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INDEX of PATENTS 



ISSUED FROM 



THE UNITED STATES 
PATENT OFFICE 



1936 







INDEX OF PATENTS 



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PATENT OFFICE 



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1936 




UNITED STATES 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

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CONTENTS 

PAGE 

Decisions Printed in the Official Gazette in 1936 3 

List of Reissue Patentees 5 

List of Plant Patentees 13 

List of Patentees 15 

List of Design Patentees 725 

List of Disclaimers 785 

List of Reissue Inventions- 789 

List of Plant Inventions 792 

List of Inventions 793 

List of Design Inventions 1101 

List of Disclaimers Arranged bt Inventions 1124 



DECISIONS PRINTED IN THE OFFICIAL GAZETTE IN 1936 



Alden and Towers. In re. 467 0. G. 977. 

Alt\-ater v. Knight. 4G9 O. G. 267 and 209. (Two cases.) 

Armstrong. In re. 473 O. G. 993. 

jVyres. In re. 471 O. G. 247. 

Bakelite Corporation v. Coe, Commissioner of Patents. 
469 O. G. 6. 

Bakelite Corporation, Weiss and Downs v. National 
Aniline & Cliemical Company, Iii'o., and Punnett. 467 
O. G. 3. 

Ball. In re. 466 O, G. 244. 

B.irbarino. In re. 470 O. G. 239. 

Barber. In re. 465 O. G. 724. 

Bard v. Flodin. 470 0. G. 721. 

Ba.ssick JIanufacturing Company, The, v. The E, M. Hol- 
lingshead Company. 469 O. G. 3. 

Bechtold v. Lanser. 470 0. G. 723. 

Bissell Carpet Sweeper Co., a corporation, v. Coe, Com- 
missioner of Patents. 466 O. G. 243. 

Blunchard. In re. 470 O. G. 492. 

Elodgett and Hanson v. Kichter. 463 O. G. 231. 

Brandenburg. In re. 463 O. G. 3. 

Bullard, William Potter, and James Samuel Guy v. Con- 
way P. Coe, Commissioner of Patents. 471 0. G, 245. 

Burns. In re. 471 0. G. 246. 

Carlson and Stitt. In re. 462 O. G. 479. 

Carter and Merriam. In re. 463 O. G. 230. 

Caunt. In re. 465 O. G. 461. 

Chandler & Price Company, The, v. Brandtjen & Kluge, 
Inc.. and .Joseph Freeman, Inc. 462 O. G. 3. 

Christiansen. In re. 468 O. G. 10 and 277. (Two cases.) 

Coe V. V. S. Ex Rel. Remington Rand, Inc. 469 O. G. 763. 

Cohn. In re. 464 O. G. 481. 

Cole. In re. 470 O. G. 725. 

Crowell. In re. 463 O. G. 4, 466 O. G. 3, 472 O. G. 737. 
(Three cases.) 

Curtis. In re. 466 0. G. 5. 

Davies v. Coe. 466 0. G. 741. 

Davis V. Carrier. 466 O. G. 4S3. 

Davis V. Maelachlan. 467 O. G. 244. 

Davis V. Temple, Jr. 464 0. G. 3. 

Dougherty. In re. 463 O. G. 229. 

Duplate Corporation and Pittsburgh Plate Glass Company 
V. Triplex Safety Glass Company of North America. 
470 O. G. 235. 

Egloffi. In re. 464 O. G. 3. 

Engle. In re. 471 O. G. 706. 

Ferenci. In re. 468 O. G. 747, 469 O. G. 517, 470 0. G. 
943. (Three cases.) 

Ferguson. In re. -172 O. G. 3. 

Friedeli. In re. 472 O. G. 495. 

Garcia. In re. 470 0. G. 937. 

Garreau. In re. 465 0. G. 462. 

Georgiev v. Edelman. 465 O. G. 722. 

Goerke, Bystrom and Schmale. In re. 470 O. G. 946. 

Greenstreet. In re. 464 O. G. 952. 

Guastavino. In re. 472 O. G. 8. 

Haas. In re. 466 O. G. 485. 

Hammond. Ex parte. 473 O. G. 3. 

Harrison. In re. 470 O. G. 3. 

Hansman v. Hochman. 472 O. G. 496. 

Home. In re. 472 O. G. 500. 

Imes. In re. 470 0. G. 7. 

International Cellucotton Products Company v. Coe. 471 
O. G. 243. 

Isom. In re. 473 O. G. 237. 

James. In re. 471 O. G. 251. 

Kauffman II. In re. 470 0. G. 719. 

Kaufmann and Bungartx. Ex parte. 470 O. G. 235. 

Keller. In re. 472 O. G. 736. 



Kleine, Pfannenstiel and Matthaes. In re. 473 O. G. 7. 

Knight V. King. 471 O. G. 11. 

Kraeuter. In re. 473 O. G. 4. 

Krueger v. Gautier and Nichols. Krueger v. Chabot. 472 

0. G. 253. 
Lang. In re. 468 O. G. 283. 
Lawson. In re. 472 0. G. 498. 
Lawson and Cloutier. In re. 472 0. G. 497. 
Lindberg. In re. 464 0. G. 713. 
Long. In re. 470 0. G. 939. 
MacMicbael v. Newnam. 471 O. G. 480. 
Macready. In re. 466 O. G. 743. 
Mantle Lamp Company of America, The, v. Aluminum 

Products Company. 467 O. G. 721. 
Martin v. Coe, Commissioner of Patents. 467 O. G. 243. 
McCallum and Schraubstadter. In re. 463 O. G. 461. 
McKean. In re. 473 0. G. 771. 
McKee. In re. 462 0. G. 253, 465 0. G. 721. 473 0. G. 

496. (Three cases.) 
McKee et al. In re. 471 O. G. 707. 
McKee v. Stevens. 462 O. G. 673. 
Miller. In re. 465 O. 6. 243. 
Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company v. ■ Coe, 

Commissioner of Patents. 469 0. G. 764. 
Mosher. In re. 463 O. G. 463. 
Moss and Crutchfield v. Ellis. 473 O. G. 995. 
Mulligan. In re. 473 O. G. 233. 
Murdoch. In re. 473 O. G. 6. 

Myers v. Coe, Commissioner of Patents. 467 0. G. 4. 
Nelson. In re. 469 O. G. 767. 
Neuberth. In re. 470 O. G. 720. 
Nielsen. In re. 464 O. G. 5. 
Novick. In re. 471 O. G. 9. 
Oswald. In re. 472 O. G. 257. 
Palm and Salzman. In re. 471 0. G. 711. 
Parker. In re. 462 O. G. 5. 
Place. In re. 467 0. G. 981. 
Reichel. In re. 473 O. G. 772. 
Reid. In re. 468 0. G. 280. 
Rhodes. In re. 464 O. G. 712. 
Riddle. In re. 473 O. G. 774. 
Robins v. Wettlaufer. 468 O. G. 3. 

Rogers, G. S., et al. v. Alemite Corporation. 469 0. G. 3. 
Schwab. In re. 473 O. G. 3. 
Schwartz v. Graenz. 467 O. G. 473. 
Schwartz and AcIUey. In re. 470 O. G. 491. 
Seelig and Wheeler. In re. 466 O. 6. 742. 
Shoemaker. In re. 470 0. G. 494. 
Smith V. Place. 472 O. G. 739. 
Steenbock. In re. 473 0. G. 495. 
Swan V. Thompson, Thompson v. Swan. Holtzman v. 

Swan. 465 O. G. 3. 
Thomas and Hochwalt. In re. 470 O. G. 944. 
Thompson v. Murray. 473 O. G. 493. 
Triplett, A. G., R. M. Triplett, A. Nelson et al. v. Percival 

D. Lowell, Francis W. Dunmore, and Dubilier Con- 
denser Corporation. 467 O. G. 721. 
Ufer and Niemann v. Williams. 464 0. G. 237. 
United States Ex Relatione American Gas-Accumulator 

Company, a corporation of New Jersey, v. Conway P. 

Coe, Commissioner of Patents. 471 O. G. 479. 
Wait. In re. 471 0. G. 709. 
Walter. In re. 473 O. G. 496. 
Wheeler. In re. 470 O. G. 945. 
White V. Trube. 473 0. G. 234. 
Whittelsey. In re. 473 0. G. 497. 

Wilson and Dick v. Sherts and Hamill. 467 O. G. 724. 
Wine Railway .\ppliance Company v. Enterprise Railway 

Equipment Company. 466 O. G. 240. 



LIST OF REISSUE PATENTEES FOR THE YEAR 1936 



Note. — Arranged in accordance with the first significant cliaracter or word of the name (in accordance willr city and 

telephone directory practice) 



Disclaimers follow in separate indexes, but precede the List of Reissue Inventions 



Abendroth, Wilhelm, Berlin-Charlottenburg, Germany, as. 
signor to Siemens-Schuckertwerke Aktiengesellschaft, 
Berlin-Siemensstadt, Germany. Steam generator. 
19,977 ; May 26. 

Abercromble, James S. (See Martin, John R., assignor.) 

Aeeves, Julius G. (See Amy, E. V., and Aceves.) 

Adlake Company, The. (See Larson, Carl H., assignor.) 

Adslt, Frank W., St. Paul, Minn., assignor of one-tenth to 
J. B. Skorstad, Minneapolis, Minn. Television device. 
19,862 ; Feb. 25. 

Aisenstein. Michael D.. Berkeley, assignor to United Iron 
Works, Oakland, Calif. Pump. 19,826 ; Jan. 21. 

Aktiengesellschaft Brown, Boverl & Cie. (See Wettstein, 
August, assignor.) 

Alexander, Joseph P., Pensacola, Fla., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Newport Industries, Inc. Container 
top. 20,057 : Aug. 4. 

Alexander, William, Glasgow, Scotland. Silencer. 19,942 ; 
Apr. 28. 

Alexanderson, Ernst F. W., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor 
to General Electric Company. Control system. 19,896 ; 
Mar. 24. 

Alexanderson, Ernst F. W., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor 
to Radio Corporation of America. Signaling. 20,153 ; 
Nov 3 

Allen-Bradley Company. (See Power, Laurence E., as- 
signor.) 

Allen-Bradley Company. (See Wilms, G. O., and Dawe, 
assignors.) 

Allen, Scott E., Glen Ridge, N. J., and J. E. Rennert, 
Springfield. N. J., assignors to C-O-Two Fire Equipment 
Company, Newark, N. J. Discharge head for fluid con- 
tainers. 19,978 : May 26. 

Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Stlvender, 
Paul M., assignor.) 

Altenkirch, Edmund, Neuenhagen, near Berlin, Germany, 
assignor, by mesne assignments, to The Hoover Com- 
panv. North Canton, Ohio. Absorption apparatus. 
19,888: Mar. 17. 

Altenkirch, Edmund, Neuenhagen, near Berlin, Germany, 
assignor, by mesne assignments, to The Hoover Com- 
pany, North Canton, Ohio. Absorption refrigerating 
system. 19,889; Mar. 17. 

Alther, Joseph G., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Universal Oil Products Company, Chicago, 111. Hydro- 
carbon oil conversion. 20,066 ; Aug. 18. 

American Brass Company, The. (See Freeman, John R., 
Jr., assignor.) 

American Can Company. (See Hothersall, John M., as- 
signor.) 

American Colloid Company. (See Bechtner, Paul, as- 
signor.) 

American Decal Corporation, The. (See McNutt, James F., 
assignor.) 

American Enka Corporation (See Moritz, A. J. L., and 
Schilthuis, assignors.) 

American Laundry Machinery Company, The. (See Sil- 
ver. Harold F., assignor.) 

American Rolling Mill Company, The. (See Hofer, Wil- 
liam H., assignor.) 

.American Steel Foundries. (See Baselt, Walter H., as- 
signor.) 

American Sterilizer Company. (See Jewell, Raymond L., 
assignor.) 

American Trl-Ergon Corporation. (See Massolle, J., 
Vogt, and Engl, assignors.) 

Ames, Adelbert. Jr.. and G. H. Gliddon, assignors to Trus- 
tees of Dartmouth College, Hanover, N. H. Clinical 
optical mensuration method and instrument. 19,841 ; 
Feb. 4. 

Amy, Aceves, & King, Inc. (See Amy, E. V., and Aceves, 
assignor.) 

Amy, Erne.«;t V., and J. G. Aceves, assignors to Amy, Aceves 
& King. Inc.. New York, N. Y. Duplex radio aerial sys 
tem. 19,854 : Feb. IS. 

Anderson, Samuel M. and R. T. Palmer, Sharon, Mass., as- 
signors to B. F. Sturtevant Company, Boston, Mass. 
Air conditioning control. 20,083 ; Sept. 1. 

Anthony, Felix M., Piedmant, Calif., assignor of one-fourth 
to K. C. Gillis, and one-fourth to D. B. Edwards, Oak- 
land Calif. Spark plug. 19.875 ; Mar. 3. 

Apex Electrical Manufacturing Company, The. (See Criner, 
Harry J., assignor.) 

Arf, Herman R., Louisville, Ky., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Carrier Engineering Corporation, Newark, 
N. J. System for air conditioning railroad cars. 
20,178 ; Nov. 24. 



Armstrong Cork Company. (See Humphreys, Harry S., 
assignor.) 

Arzberger, Cornelius F., assignor to Commercial Solvents 
Corporation, Terre Haute, Ind. Production of butyl al- 
cohol by fermentation. 2.050,219 : Aug. 4. 

Auditorium Conditioning Corporation. (See Eleisher, 
Walter L., assignor.) 

Auditorium Conditioning Corporation. (See Karr, A. D., 
and Perkins.) 

Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Fletcher, James, 
assignor.) 

Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Hardgrove, Ralph 
M., assignor.) 

Bacharach Industrial Instrument Company. (See Stein, 
Joseph A., assignor.) 

Bager, William M., Fox Point, Wis., assignor to Bucyrus- 
Erie Company, South Milwaukee, Wis. Excavating dip- 
per. 19,979 ; May 26. 

Bakelite Building Products Co. Inc. (See Harshberger, 
Norman P., assignor.) 

Baker, Herbert K., Kokomo, Ind. Manufacture of ex- 
panded metal. 20,154 : Nov. 3. 

Barber, Pearley L., Turner, Oreg. Molded container. 
19,819 ; Jan. 14. 

Barclay, Gustaf I., Niles, Mich., assignor to Detroit Steel 
Products Company, Detroit, Mich. Window construc- 
tion. 20,054; Aug. 4. 

Fames, John A., Chappaqua, N. Y., assignor to The Super- 
heater Company, New York, N. Y. Marine type super- 
heater boiler. 20,192 ; Dee. 8. 

Barnes, Leon E., Westfield, N. J. Sorting machine. 
20.003 ; June 16. 

Barnhart. George E., Pasadena, Calif. Airplane wing con- 
struction. 20.075 ; Aug. 25. 

Baselt, Walter H., assignor to American Steel Foundries, 
Chicago, 111. Brake mechanism. 19,835 ; Jan. 28. 

Bate, John W., assignor to Walker Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Racine, Wis. Balloon tire jack. 19,923 ; Apr. 14. 

Baumer, Edward, Fort Thomas, Ky., assignor to The P. 
Goldsmith Sons Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. Gameball 
and covering same. 20.036 ; July 21. 

Baumgartner, Godfrey, Astoria, N. Y., assignor to The 
Union Switch & Signal Company, Swissvale, Pa. Rail- 
way traflBc controlling apparatus. 20,134 ; ()ct. 20. 

Beaumont, James F. (See Moore, G. D. and Beaumont.) 

Bechtner, Paul, Chicago, 111., assignor to American Colloid 
Company, Lead, S. Dak. Composition material. 19,919 ; 
Apr. 7. 

Beetem, Frank G., assignor to The Electric Storage Bat- 
tery Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Emergency lighting 
system. 19.848 ; Feb. 11. 

Belluche. Fi-ank R., assignor to Christensen Machine Com- 
pany, Racine. Wis. Method of and apparatus for feeding 
sheets. 20.194 ; Dec. 8. 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Weymouth, Frederick 
R., assignor.) 

Bendix Brake Company. (See Hofer, Alfred H., assignor.) 

Bendix Brake Company. (See McConkey, Montgomery W., 
assignor.) 

Bendix Brake Company. (See Sanford, Ray S., assignor.) 

Benedict, Wayne L., assignor to Universal Oil Products 
Company, Chicago, 111. Treatment of motor fuel. 
19,804: Jan. 7. 

Berger, Clarence E., Shrewsbury, N. J., assignor to Hanson- 
Van Winkle-Munning Company, Matawan, N. J. Rheo- 
stat. 20,195 ; Dec. 8. 

Berger, Kornel, New York, N. Y. Swivel harp fixture for 
electric lamps. 20,170 ; Nov. 17. 

Bezzenberger, Fred K., Cleveland Heights, Ohio, assignor, 
by mesne assignments, to The Fulton Sylphon (Com- 
pany, Knoxville, Tenn. Method of and apparatus for 
making metallic walls. 19,890 ; Mar. 17. 

Bierer, John M., Waban, assignor to Boston Woven 
Hose and Rubber Company, Cambridge, Mass. Method 
of and apparatus for vulcanizing rubber articles. 
20,037 : July 21. 

Bjurstrom, John B., St. Paul, Minn. Hot air respirator. 
20,135 ; Oct 20. 

Black. Knox C, Mountain Lakes, N. J., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Radio Corporation of America, New 
York, N. Y. Combined rectifier and amplifier circuit. 
19,943 : Apr. 28. 

Black, Knox C, Mountain Lakes, N. J., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Radio Corporation of America, 
New York, N. Y. Rectifier circuit. 20,122 ; Oct. 6. 

Blake, Dennis B. D., Danville, 111., assignor to (General 
Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Shock absorber. 
20,084 ; Sept. 1. 

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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1936 



Blanc, Francis B., New Westminster, Canada. Cutting 
tools. 20,020; June 30. 

Bleibtreu, Herman, Darmstadt, Germany, and J. B. Eber- 
lein, Chicago, III., assignors to Freyn Engineering Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Flue gas cleaning apparatus. 
19,863 ; Feb. 25. 

Bliss, Carl G., assignor, by mesne assignments, to Stand- 
ard Steel Works, Lqs Angeles, Calif. Measuring ap- 
paratus. 20,141 ; Oct. 27. 

Bohn Aluminum & Brass Corporation. (See Nelson, 
Adolpb L., assignor.) 

Bohnenblust, Arnold, Riley, Kans. Pump construction. 
20,019; June 30. 

BoUnsack, John A. (See Hauserman, E. F., Mowery, and 
Bohnsack.) 

Bolas, Harold, Providence, E. I. Aircraft. 19,932; Apr. 
21. 

Bonhote, GSrald. (See de Montmollin, G., Danuser, Bon- 
h5te and Johner.) 

Boston Woven Hose and Rubber Company. (See Bierer, 
John M., assignor.) 

Bouchard, Blanch E. (See Du Grenier, Francis C, as- 
signor.) 

Boucher, Charles P., assignor of one-half to Ii. G. Mickles, 
Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Electrical system and ap- 
paratus. 20,141; Oct. 27. 

Boucher, Marcel, Eltingville, Staton Island, N. Y. Brooch 
assemblage. 20,076 ; Aug. 25. 

Bourdon, Pierre M.. Paris, France, assignor to Michelin 
& Cie, Clermont-Ferrand, France. Pneumatic tire. 
19,969 ; May 12. 

Bowen, Herbert C, assignor to Hydraulic Brake Company, 
Detroit, Mich. Fluid pressure operated brake mecha- 
nism. 20,021; Jline 30. 

Bradbury, ClifEord C, et al. (See Stokes, Charles L., as- 
signor.) 

Breuer, Adam A., Chicago, 111. Method of and apparatus 
for spraying insecticides. 20,058 ; Aug. 11. 

Bridgham, Arthur L., Boston, Mass. Bell ringer. 19,855 ; 
Feb. 18. 

Bristol, Edgar H., assignor to The Foxboro Company, Fox- 
boro, Mass. Control system. 19,944 ; Apr. 28. 

Browne, Frank A., Wayne, Pa., assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments of one-half to Walworth Patents, Inc., Boston, 
Mass., and one-half to Merco Nordstrom Valve Com- 
pany, Pittsburgh, Pa. Plug valve. 20,196 ; Dec. 8. 

Brunner, John, Chicago, 111. Heat treatment of steel rails. 
19,884; Mar. 10. 

Brush Beryllium Company, The. (See Sawyer, C. B., and 
Kjellgren, assignors.) 

Brush Development Company, The. (See Sawyer, Charles 
B., assignor.) 

Brussell, Jacob, New York, N. Y., assignor to I. Fried- 
man, Koselle, N. J. Pinking appliance. 20,204 ; Dec. 
15. 

Buckeye Blower Company. (See Ewald, Warren, assignor.) 

Bucyrus-Erie Company. (See Bager, William M., as- 
signor. ) 

Bucyrus-Erie Company. (See Poor, Frederic H., assignor.) 

Budd, Edward G., Manufacturing Company. (See Led- 
winka, Joseph,- assignor.) 

Budd, Edward G., Manufacturing Company. (See Tarbox, 
John P., assignor.) 

Buffalo Electric Furnace Corporation. (See Wiles, Sydney 
T., assignor.) 

Bulldog Electric Products Company. (See Frank, H. J. L., 
and Harper, assignors.) 

Bureau, Arthur A., Chicago, 111., assignor to Western Elec- 
tric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Reel. 
20.106 ; Sept. 15, 1986. 

Burger, Frederick W., Niles, Mich., assignor to Clark 
Equipment Company, Buchanan, Mich. Dual wheel. 
19,885 ; Mar. 10. 

Burger, Frederick W., Niles, assignor to Clark Equip- 
ment Company, Buchanan, Mich. Dual pneumatic wheel. 
20,022 ; June 30. 

Burroughs Adding Machine Company. (See Trew, Arthur 
S., assignor.) 

Busey, Herbert S., Providence, R. I., assignor to Kenne- 
cott Wire and Cable Company, Phillipsdale, R. I. Wire 
drawing apparatus. 20,067 ; Aug. 18. 

Butusov, Emil P., deceased, Hollywood, by F. C. Eck- 
mann, administrator. Riverside, 111., assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. Elevator 
control system. 20,023 ; June 30. 

Byerlein, Arthur A,, Detroit, Mich., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to General Machinery Corporation, Hamil- 
ton, Ohio. Drawing press. 20,042 ; July 28. 

Calkins, Seward H., Audubon, N. J., assignor to The 
Traitel Marble Company, Long Island City, N. Y. 
Pattern and guide strip. 19,891 ; Mar. 17. 

Campbell, Donald J., Spring Lake Township, Ottawa 
County, assignor to Campbell, Wyant & Cannon Foundry 
Company, Muskegon Heights, Mich. Making brake 
drums. 20,043; July 28. 

Campbell, Francis B. (See Marshall. James H., assignor.) 

Campbell, Wyant & Cannon Foundry Company. (See 
Campbell, Donald J., assignor.) 

Candor, Robert R., Dayton, Ohio, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to General Motors Corporation. Refrigerat- 
ing apparatus. 20,107 ; Sept. 15, 1936. 

Canton, Allen A., New York, N. Y., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to The Crosley Radio Corporation, Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. Door construction for refrigerators. 
20,004 ; June 16. 



Carborundum Company, The. (See Prey, Arthur H., as- 
signor.) 

Carborundum Company, The. (See Tone, Frank J., as- 
signor.) 

Carey, Philip, Manufacturing Company, The. (See 
Fischer, Albert C, assignor.) 

Carlson, Wendell L., Haddonfield, N. J., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Radio apparatus. 19,945 ; Apr. 28. 

Carrier Engineering Corporation. (See Arf, Herman R., 
assignor.) 

Chabot, Ephraim H., assignor to Nashua Gummed & 
Coated Paper Company, Nashua, N. H. Strip-serving 
mechanism. 20,179 ; Nov. 24. 

Chadwick, William H., Chicago, 111. Publicity apparatus. 
19,976; May 19. 

Champion Machine & Forging Company, The. (See John- 
son, Howard F., assignor.) 

Chapman, Ralph W., Old Town, Maine, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to The Old Town Company. Method of 
and machine for making pulp articles. 19,856 ; Feb. 18. 

Cheezits Corporation. (See Romney, Reuben, Jr., as- 
signor.) 

Chemical Construction Corporation. (See Hechenbleikner, 

Ingenuin, assignor.) 
Chemipulp Process Inc. (See Dunbar, Thomas L., as- 
signor.) , 
Chemipulp Process Inc. (See Merrill, Albert D., assignor.) 
Chenicek, George W. (See Moore, J. E., and Chenicek.) 
Cherry, George L., Western Springs, 111., and L. F. Lam- 
plough, Baltimore, Md., assignors to Western Electric 
Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Apparatus 
for handling treated articles. 19,820 ; Jan. 14. 
Christensen Machine Company. (See Belluche, Frank R., 
assignor.) 

Cincinnati Milling Machine Company, The. (See Sassen, 
Bernard, assignor.) 

Clancy, Patricia, San Diego, Calif. Corrective brassifere. 
19,960 ; May 12. 

Clark Equipment Company. (See Burger, Frederick W., 
assignor.) 

Clark Equipment Company. (See Spatta, George, as- 
signor.) 

Clenient, George A., Mount Vernon, N. Y. Multifocal lens 
and making same. 20,059 ; Aug. 11. 

Clerc, Andr4, Villeurbanne, assignor to Societe Ateliers de 
Constructions Blectriques de Delle, Paris, France. Elec- 
tric circuit-breaker with compressed gas blow-out. 
20,044; July 28. 

Cochran, Ralf S., and J. R. Moser, assignors to Surface 
Combustion Corporation, Toledo, Ohio. Walking beam 
furnace. 20,028 ; July 7. 

Cohen, Harry, New York, N. Y., assignor to Milbert Com- 
pany. Tourniquet. 19,924 ; Apr. 14. 

Cole, William, Bristol, assignor, by mesne assignments, 
to Molins Machine Company, Limited, London, England. 
Cutting-off mechanism in cigatette making and similar 
machines. 19,941 ; Apr. 21. 

Coleman, Thomas A., Carbondale, Pa. Gas burner. 19,959 ; 
May 5. 

Collins, Harry R. et al. (See Stonebraker, Fred, Sr., as- 
signor.) 

Columbus McKinnon Chain Corporation. (See Stahl, 
Frank B., assignor.) 

C-O-Two Fire Equipment Company. (See Allen, S. B., 
and Rennert, assignors.) 

Covyeow, Daniel L., Chicago, 111. Charge treating device 
for internal combustion engines. 20,108 ; Sept. 15, 1936. 

Crabbs, Herbert J., Wilkinsburg, Pa., assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. Discon- 
necting switch. 20,085 ; Sept. 1. 

Crane, Harvey E., Fort Wayne, Ind., assignor to The 
Hoover Company, North Canton, Ohio. Motor Com- 
pressor unit. 19,961 ; May 12. 

Creech, Charles L., Jr., Winston-Salem, N. C. Table. 
19,940 : Apr. 21. 

Criley, William W., Cleveland, Ohio. Clutch. 19,876; 
Mar. 3. 

Criner, Harry J., Davenport, Iowa, assignor to The Apex 

Electrical Manufacturing Company, Cleveland, Ohio. 

Driving mechanism for combined washers and driers. 

19,925 ; Apr. 14. 
Crosley Radio Corporation, The. (See Canton, Allen A., 

assignor.) 
Crowe, James H., assignor to The Midland Steel Products 

Company, Cleveland. Ohio. Automobile chassis frame 

and making same. 20,197 ; Dec. 8. 
Crowell, Erd V., Los Angeles, Calif. Cementing wells. 

19,897 ; Mar. 24. 

Crowell, Erd V., Los Angeles, Calif. Apparatus for cement- 
ing wells. 19,952 ; Apr. 28 . 
Cunningham, George L., Niagara Falls, assignor to 
The Mathieson Alkali Works, Inc., New York, N. Y. 
Production of chlorine dioxide. 19,849 ; Feb. 11. 
Curry, James P. (See Hopkins, Ernest R., assignor.) 
Curtis, Kenneth L., assignor to Trans-Lux Daylight Pic- 
ture Screen Corporation, New York, N. Y. Method of 
and apparatus for feeding or pulling tape. 20,095 ; 
Sept. 8. 
Curtiss, Evan H., et al. (See Stonebraker, Fred, assignor.) 
Curtiss, Glenn H., deceased. Country Club Estates, by 
L. P. Wheeler, Miami Springs, Fla., assignee. Motor 
vehicle. 20,171 ; Nov. 17. 



LIST OF REISSUE PATENTEES 



Cushman, Everett B., assignor to Food Machinery Cor- 
poration, San Jose, Calif. Curing tiay. 19,971 ; May 
19. 

Cutler-Hammer, Inc. (See Stansbury, Carroll, assignor.) 

Dalilstrom Metallic Door Company. (See Dawson, Axel G., 
assignor.) 

Daimler-Benz Alvtieugesellscliaft. (See Devillers, Ren6 J., 
assignor.) 

Danuser, Jacob. (See de MontmoUin, G., Danuser, Bon- 
hOte and Johner.) 

Dartmouth College, Trustees of. (See Ames, A., Jr., and 
Gliddon, assignors.) 

Da vies, W. Sanders, trustee et al. (See Durham, Hobart 
N., assignor.) 

Dawe, Albert J. (See Wilms, G. 0., and Dawe.) 

Dawson, Axel G., assignor to Dahlstrom Metallic Door Com- 
pany, Jamestown, N. Y. Partition. 19,946 ; Apr. 28. 

Dean, Oscar M., Sioux City, Iowa. Cutting fur. 19,970 ; 
May 12. 

De Lanty, Loren J., assignor to Sperry Products, Inc., 
Brooldyn, N. Y. Rail flaw detector car. 19,991 ; June 2. 

De MontmoUin, Guillaume, J. Danuser, G. Bonhote and 
H. Johner, assignors to Society of Chemical Industry 
in Basle, Basel, Switzerland. Unsulphonated diacylated 
diamines and maldng same. 19,842 ; Feb. 4. 

Desmond, John J. Hubbard Woods, 111., assignor to Line 
Material Company, South Milwaukee, Wis. Gang oper- 
ated switch. 19,864 ; Feb. 25. 

Des Hosiers, John B., Providence, R. I. Vehicle brake 
controlling means. 20,086 ; Sept. 1. 

Detroit Steel Products Company. (See Barclay, Gustaf I., 
assignor.) 

Devillers, Rene J.. Paris, France, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Daimler-Benz Aktiengesellsehaft, Stutt- 
gart-Unterturkheim, Germany. Motor vehicle provided 
with four independent wheels. 19.832 ; Jan. 21. 

Dibner, Bern, New York, N. Y. Manufacturing connecters 
and articles produced thereby. 20,096 : Sept. 8. 

Dienner, John A., Evanston, and J. E. Gardner, Chicago, 
111., assignors to R. Ford, Detroit, Mich. Defrosting 
cooling element of mechanical refrigerators. 20,087 ; 
Sept. 1. 

Doll, Anne M. L., administratrix. (See Schlumberger, 
Conrad.) 

Donaldson, John S., St. Albans, N. Y., assignor to Donald- 
son Piston Corporation, Belleville, N. J. Piston. 
19,904 ; Mar. 31. 

Donaldson Piston Corporation. (See Donaldson, John S., 
assignor.) 

Dorr Company, The. (See Keefer, C. E., and Wachter, as- 
signors.) 

Dorr Company, The. (See Scott, Charles H., assignor.) 

Douglas, Harrv A.. Bronson, Mich. Reflecting electric 
lamp. 20,032 ; July 14. 

Drake, Frederick H., and W. D. Loughlin, Boonton, N. J., 
assignors, by mesne assignments, to Radio Corporation 
of America, New York, N. Y. Input system for elec- 
trical amplifiers. 19,892 ; Mar. 17. 

Draving, Arthur M., assignor to H. H. Eby, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. Molded socket. 20,162 ; Nov. 10. 

Du Grenler. Francis C, assignor one-half to B. E. Bouchard, 
Haverhill, Mass. Coin controlled dispenser. 20,077 ; 
Aug. 25. 

Dunbar, Thomas L., assignor to Chemipulp Process Inc., 
Watertown, N. Y. Process and apparatus for digesting 
fibrous materials. 20,123 ; Oct. 6. 

Dunbar, Thomas L., assignor to Chemipulp Process, In- 
corporated. Watertown, N. Y. Production of pulp. 
20,217; Dec. 29. 

Du Pont, E. I., de Nemours & Company. (See Lewis, 
Harold A., assignor.) 

Du Pont. B. I., de Nemours & Company. (See Mathey, 
C. A., and Lewis, assignors.) 

Durham, Hobart N., Munsey Park, N. Y., assignor to R. 
Peale, Clearfield, Pa., W. S. Davies, New York, N. Y., 
and W. B. Oakes, Rutherford, N. J., trustees. Mecha- 
nism for separating intermixed divided materials. 
20,082 ; Aug. 25. 

Eastman, Joseph P., Manitowoc, Wis. Hose coupling. 
19,865 : Feb. 25. 

Eastwood, Harold B., assignor to Hatford-Empire Com- 
panv. Hartford, Conn. Glassware leer construction. 
20.209 ; Dec. 22. 

Eavestaffi, W. G., & Sons Limited. (See Lundholm, Gustaf 
W., assignor.) 

Eberlein, John B. (See Bleibtreu, H.. and Eberlein.) 

Eby, Hugh H. (See Draving, Arthur M., assignor.) 

Eckmann, Fred C., administrator. (See Butusov, Emil P.) 

Edtbauer, Petronella, Berwyn, assignor to R. and J. Edt- 
bauer, Chicago. 111. Coffee filter. 20,124 ; Oct. 6. 

Edtbauer. Roset, et al. (See Edtbauer, PetroneUa, as- 
signor.) 

Educational Laboratories, Inc. (See Taylor, James Y., 
assignor.) 

Edwards, Darrell B., et al. (See Anthony, Felix M., as- 
signor.) 

Egloff, Gustav, assignor, by mesne assignments, to Uni- 
versal Oil Products Company, Chicago, 111. Cracking hy- 
drocarbon oils. 20,109 : Sept. 15, 1936. 

Egry Register Company, The. (See Pfeiffer, William C, 
assignor.) 

Eidco, Inc. (See Hokanson, Martin, assignor.) 



Eitzen, August D., Rockville Centre, assignor to News Pro- 
jection Corporation, New York, N. Y. Lamp control 
mechanism for message transmitting system. 20,110 ; 
Sept. 15, 1936. 

Electric Storage Battery Company, The. (See Beetem, 
Frank G., assignor.) 

Electron Corporation, The. (See Macksoud, Michel E., 
assignor.) 

Electronic Television Company, The. (See Henroteau, 
Francois C. P., assignor.) 

Ellis, Charles E., Jr., Mahwah, N. J., assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric Elevator Company, Chicago, 111. Ele- 
vator. 19,805 ; Jan. 7. 

Ellis-Foster Company. (See Weber, Harry M., assignor.) 

Emerson, Lilley W., Hooksett, N. H., assignor of one-half 
to H. A. Freedman, Brooklyn, N. Y. Folding chair. 
20,205 ; Dec. 15. 

Engl, Josef. (See MassoUe, J., Vogt and Engl.) 

Epstein, Albert K., Chicago, 111. Cake process and product. 
19,933 ; Apr. 21. 

Epstein, Alex, assignor to Epstein & Hammer, Inc., Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. Knitted cap or similar article. 19,866 ; Feb. 
25. 

Epstein & Hammer, Inc. (See Epstein, Alex, assignor.) 

Equitable Paper Bag Co. (See Poppe, George W., as- 
signor.) 

Erling, Ralph, Cranford, N. J. Automatic by-pass for 
hydraulic mechanisms. 19,992 ; June 2. 

Esselen, Gustavus J., Swampscott, assignor to The Fiber- 
loid Corporation, Indian Orchard, Mass. Forming sheet 
pyroxylin. 19,926 ; Apr. 14. 

Evans Case Company. (See Reilly, Alfred F., assignor.') 

Evans, Ralph L., assignor to Zotos Corporation, New 
York, N. Y. Hair waving pad. 19,972 ; May 19. 

Ewald, Warren, Philadelphia, Pa., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Buckeye Blower Company, Columbus, Ohio. 
Heating and ventilating apparatus. 19,914 ; Apr. 7. 

Farnham, Paul O., Boonton, N. J., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Radio Corporation of America! New York, 
N. Y. Carrier wave receiver. 19,857. Feb. 18. 

Fehr, John R., Dayton, Ohio, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to General Motors Corporation. Refrigerating 
apparatus. 19,858 ; Feb. 18. 

Fellows Gear Shaper Company, The. (See Miller, Edward 
W., assignor.) 

Felt & Tarrant Mfg. Co. (See Niemann, F. A., and Ziehm, 
assignors.) 

Fiberloid Corporation, The. (See Esselen, Gustavus J., 
assignor.) 

Fidelity Machine Company. (See Larkiu, Walter, as- 
signor.) 

Finch, James L., Rocky Point, N. Y., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Keying. 20,163 ; Nov. 10. 

Fischer, Albert C, Chicago, 111., assignor to The Philip 
Carey Manufactuing Company. Preformed composition 
strip and making same. 20,029 ; July 7. 

Fish. Ezra B.. Kansas City, Mo., assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to The Interstate Folding Box Company. Middle- 
town, Ohio. Multiple-ply paper. 19,821 ; Jan. 14. 

Fitton, Cyrus J. (See Yingling. Frank B., assignor.) 

Pleisher, Walter L., New City, N. Y., assignor to Auditorium 
Conditioning Corporation. Ventilating system. 20,088 ; 
Sept. 1. 

Fletcher, Henry O., Manchester, N. H. Milling machine. 
19,998 ; June 9. 

Fletcher, James, Akron, Ohio, assignor to The Babcock & 
Wilcox Company, Bayonne, N. J. Heat exchanger method 
and apparatus. 20,045 ; July 28. 

Food Machinery Corporation. (See Cushman, Everett B., 
assignor.) 

Food Machinery Corporation. (See Jones, Lloyd E., as- 
signor.) 

Ford, Richard. (See Dienner, J. A., and Gardner, as- 
signors.) 

Forman, Harold L., Kitchawan, N. Y. Refrigerating ap- 
paratus and process. 19,973 ; May 19. 

Forse, Harry D., Anderson, Ind. Method of and ap- 
paratus for pressing. 20,060 ; Aug. 11. 

Fousek, Joseph, San Francisco, Calif., assignor to Ovolo 
Incorporated. Sterilization and preservation of eggs. 
19,898 ; Mar. 24. 

Fox. Gordon, and A. J. Wliitcomb, assignor to Freyn En- 
gineering Company, Chicago, 111. Tuy6re. 19,980 ; May 
26. 

Foxboro Company, The. (See Bristol, Edgar H., assignor.) 

Poxboro Company, The. (See Mason, Clesson E., assignor.) 

Frank, Harrison J. L., and W. A. Harper, assignors to 
Bulldog Electric Products Company, Detroit. Mich. 
Duct for current distributing systems. 20,005 ; June 16. 

Freedman, Harry A. (See Emerson, Lilley W., assignor.) 

Freedman, Harry A., Brooklyn, N. Y. Beach chair. 
20,181 ; Nov. 24. 

Freeman, Benjamin W. (See Knight, George, assignor.) 

Freeman, Benjamin W., Cincinnati, Ohio. Ornamenting 
machine. 20,177 : Nov. 17. 

Freeman, Benjamin W.. Cincinnati. Ohio. Cut-out machine 
for shoe uopers. 20,202 : Dee. 8. 

Freeman. Benjamin W., Cincinnati, Ohio. Cut-out machine 
for shoe uppers. 20,203 : Dec. 8. 

Freeman, John R., Jr., Cheshire, Conn., assignor to The 
American Brass Company, Waterbury, Conn. Die cast- 
ing alloy. 19.915 ; Apr. 7. 

Freyn Engineering Company. (See Bleibtreu, H., and 
Eberlein, assignors.) 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1936 



Freyn Ensineering Company. (See Fox, 6., and Whit- 
comb, assignors.) 

Friedman, Isadore. (See Brussell, Jacob, assignor.) 

Fiiediich, Walter, Troisdorf, Germany. Manufacturing 
nitrous oxide. 19,953 ; May 5. 

Frigidaire Corporation. (See Soberer, Cbarles W., as- 
signor.) 

Frink, Carl H., Clayton, N. Y. Snow plow attachment 
for motor trucks. 20,125 ; Oct. 6. 

Frink, Frederick W., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to 
General Electric Company. Electric power convert- 
ing apparatus. 19,850 ; Feb. 11. 

Fulton Sylphon Company, The. (See Bezzenberger, Fred 
K., assignor.) 

G. B. G. Corporation. (See Graf, Elmer J., assignor.) 

Gallon Metallic Vault Company, The. (See Smith, Ralph 
E., assignor.) 

Galligan, .Joseph W. (See Kinney, E. A., and Galligan.) 

Gardner, Jolin E. (See Dienner, J. A., and Gardner.) 

Gastrich, Gustav, assignor to Textile Machine Works, 
Wyomissing, Pa. Mechanism for knitting full-fashioned 
hosiery. 19.843 ; Feb. 4. 

Gautier, Trevor R. and H. E. Nichols, assignors to 
Nashua Gummed and Coated Paper Company, Nashua, 
N. H. Strip-serving machine. 20,180 ; Nov. 24. 

General Electric Company. (See Alexanderson, Ernst F. 
W., assignor.) 

General Electric Company. (See Carlson, Wendell I/., as- 
signor.) 

General Electric Company. (See Frink, Frederick W., 
assignor.) 

General Electric Company. (See Kellogg, Edward W., as- 
signor.) 

General Electric Company. (See McCarty, Orin P., as- 
signor.) 

General Electric Company. (See Van Billiard, Lewis H., 
assignor.) 

General Electric Company. (See Warneke, Roman C, as- 
signor.) 

General Electric Company. (See Young, Charles J., as- 
signor.) 

General Machinery Corporation. (See Byerlein, Arthur 
A., assignor.) 

General Motors Corporation. (See Blake, Dennis, B. D., 
assignor.) 

General Motors Corporation. (See Candor, Robert R., 
assignor.) 

General Motors Corporation. (See Fehr, John R., as- 
signor.! 

General Motors Corporation. (See Parker, Leslie O., as- 
signor.) 

General Motors Corporation. (See Smith, Harry P., as- 
signor.) 

General Railway Signal Company. (See Wight, Sedgwick 
N.. assignor.) 

Gengler, Edwin J., Milwaukee, Wis. Stock enclosure and 
system of electrically charging the same. 19,922 ; 
Apr. 7. 

Gillette Safety Razor Company. (See Testi, Nicholas, 
assignor.) 

Gillis, Kenneth C, et al. (See Anthony, Felix M., as- 
signor.) 

Gilman, Lyle A., Sedan, Kans. Traffic control device. 
20,006 : June 16. 

Girard Manufacturing Company, The. (See Smith, An- 
thony N., assignor.) 

Gliddon, Gordon H. (See Ames, A., Jr., and Gliddon.) 

Globe Iron Roofing & Corrugating Company, The. (See 
Little, Howard J., assignor.) 

Glunz, Henry F., Saratoga Springs, N. Y., assignor of one- 
half to R. M. McMuUen, New York, N. Y. Method of 
and apparatus for applying sealing closures to bottles 
and other containers. 19,886 ; Mar. 10. 

Goder, Max, Neuss, Germany, assignor to United States 
Envelope Company, Springfield, Mass. Folding of en- 
velope blanks and the like. 19,867 ; Feb. 25. 

Goetz, Harry, deceased, by Yale Slot & Slug Company, 
Chicago, 111., assignee. Slot and slug for check con- 
trolled apparatus. 19,981 ; May 26. 

Goldsmith, P., Sons Company, The. (See Baumer, Edward, 
assignor.) 

Goldsmith, Samuel J., Chicago, 111. Garment protector. 
19,947 ; Apr. 28. 

Goodman, Glenn W., deceased, by W. B. Rosenfield, execu- 
tor, assignor to The Grade Crossing Guard Corp., Mem- 
phis, Tenn. Crossing guard. 20.157; Nov. 3. 

Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company, The. (See State, Will 
C, assignor.) 

Goss Printing Press Company, The. (See Walser, Joseph 
J., assignor.) 

Grade Crossing Guard Corp., The. (See Goodman, Glenn 
W., assignor.) 

Graf, Elmer J., Roselle Park, N. J., assignor to G. B. G. 
Corporation, Newark, N. J. Illuminated ornamental 
device for decorative purposes. 19,836; Jan. 28. 

Graf, Elmer J., Roselle Park, N. J., assignor to G. B. G. 
Corporation, Newark, N. J. Illuminated ornamental de- 
vice. 19,859: Feb. 18. 

Grant, .Tohn. (See Parker, Lloyd A., assignor.) 

Gray, Raymond K., Chicago, 111. Lock. 20,143 ; Oct. 
27. 

Grindrod, George, Oconomowoc, Wis., assignor to Grindrod 
Process Corporation, Waukesha, Wis. Food product and 
manufacturing the same. 19,868 ; Feb. 25. 



Grindrod Process Corporation. (See Grindrod, George, 
assignor.) 

Grison, Joseph, New York, N. Y., assignor to National 
Fire Detector Corporation. Fire alarm device. 20,158 : 
Nov. 3. 

Grob, Benjamin and T., West Allis, Wis. Filing machine. 
19,999 ; June 9. 

Grob, Theodore. (See Grob, Benjamin and T.) 

Groene, William F., assignor to The R. K. Le Blond Machine' 
Tool Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. Double center drive 
crankshaft lathe. 20,090 ; Sept. 1. 

Groene, William F., and G. W. Luning, assignors to The 
R. K. Le Blond Machine Tool Company, Cincinnati, 
Ohio. Crankshaft lathe. 19,905 ; Mar. 31. 

Grosvenor, Graham B., New York, N. Y., assignor to 
Otis Elevator Company, Jersey City, N. J. Electric ele- 
vator system. 19,806 ; Jan. 7. 

Guiberson Corporation, The. (See Standlee, Harvey E., 
assignor.) 

Gulliksen, Finn H., Wilkinsburg, Pa., assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. Regula- 
tor compensator. 19.807: Jan. 7. 

Hadsel, Alvah D., Oakland, Calif., assignor to Monarch 
Development Company, Ltd. Rock crusher. 20,136 : 
Oct. 20. 

Hall, Carlos, Jr., assignor of one-half to H. H. Hallatt, 
Mexico, D. F., Mexico. Attachment for operating gate 
valves by means of fluid pressure from any desired dis- 
tance. 20,007 ; June 16. 

Hall, Mora S., Baltimore, Md., assignor to May Oil Burner 
Corporation. Combustion chamber heating device. 
19,833: Jan. 21. 

Hall, William J., Detroit, Mich., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, of thirty per cent to O. L. Herron, thirty per 
cent to J. B. Zimmers, thirty-three per cent to W. J. Hall, 
and seven per cent to R. C. Schemmel. Hinge con- 
struction. 20,111 ; Sept. 15, 1936. 

Hallatt, Harry H. (See Hall, Carlos, Jr., assignor.) 

HallenbPCk, Charles V., Denver, Colo. Trailer. 20,218 ; 
Dec. 29. 

Hanna, Clinton R.. Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company. Electro- 
dynamic microphone. 20,155 ; Nov. 3. 

Hanson-Van Winkle-Munning Company. (See Berger, Clar- 
ence n;.. assignor.) 

Hardgrove, Ralph M.. Westfield. N. J., assignor to Tlie 
Babcock & Wilocx Company, New York, N. Y. Control 
system 20,156; Nov. 3. 

Harper, William A. (See Frank, H. J. L., and Harper.) 

Harris, Romaine R., Portland, Ores. Steering apparatus 
for multiwheel vehicles. 20.198 ; Dec. 8. 

Harshberger, Norman P., Scarsdale, N. Y., assignor to 
Bakelite Building Products Co. Inc., New York, N. Y. 
Roofing material. 19,903 ; Mar. 24. 

Hartford-Empire Company. (See Eastwood, Harold B., 
assignor.) 

Hartley, Henry J., Hastings-upon-Hudson, assignor to 
Nichols Engineering and Research Corporation, New 
York, N. Y. Treating sewage or similar material. 
20,046; July 28. 

Hartley, Kenneth, Houston, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Humble Oil & Refining Company, Harris 
County, Tex. Gravity measuring instrument. 20,137 ; 
Oct. 20. 

Hauserman, E. F., Company, The. (See Hauserman, B. P., 
Mowery, and Bohnsack, assignors.) 

Hauserman. Earl F., Clevel&nd Heights, L. D. Mowery, 
Cleveland, and J. A. Bohnsack, Cleveland Heights, Ohio, 
assignors to The E. F. Hauserman Company, Cleveland, 
Ohio. Metallic wall structure. 19,822 ; Jan. 14. 

Hauserman, Earl F., Cleveland Heights, L. D. Mowery, 
Cleveland, and J. A. Bohnsack, Cleveland Heights, as- 
signors to The E. F. Hauserman Company, Cleveland, 
Ohio. Wall structure. 20,008 ; June 16. 

Hays Corporation, The. (See Sprague, P. T., and SoUer, 
assignors.) 

Hazeltine Corporation. (See Hazeltine, Louis A., assignor.) 

Hazeltine, Louis A.. Hoboken, N. J., assignor to Hazeltine 
Corporation. Antenna coupling system. 19,823 ; Jan. 
14. 

Heath, Forre.«t A., Upper Montclair, N. J. Oil burning 
furnace. 19,860 ; Feb. 18. 

Hechenbleikner, Ingenuin, deceased. Charlotte, N. C, by 
Chemical Construction Corporation, New York. N. Y., 
assignee. Nitric acid concentration. 19,837 ; Jan. 28. 

Heigis, Henry B., West Orange, assignor to Walter Kidde 
& Company, Inc., Bloomfield, N. J. Release device for 
inflatable flotation devices. 20,047 ; July 28. 

Heil Co.. The. (See Thwaits, Frederick G., assignor.) 

Hemphill Company. (See Lawson, John and R. H., as- 
signors.) 

Henroteau, Prangois C. P., assignor to The Electronic 
Television Company, Limited, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. 
Television. 20,187 : Dec. 1. 

Herron, Ollle L., et al. (See Hall, William J., assignor.) 

Herzberg, Anton A., Waukesha, H. O. Schultz and J. S. 
Tumpak, Milwaukee, assignors to Waukesha Universal 
Drill Head Company, Milwaukee, Wis. Universal 
multiple drill head. 20,068 ; Aug. 18. 

Hewes, Laurence I., San Francisco, Calif. Headlamp. 
20,129; Oct. m. 

Hines, James F., assignor to R. J. Hines, Lakewood, Ohio. 
Making hinges. 20.089: Sept. 1. 

Hines, Russell J. (See Hines, James F., assignor.) 



LIST OF REISSUE PATENTEES 



Hofer, Alfred H., Dayton, Obio, assignor to Bendix Brake 
Companv, Chicago, 111. Brake for landing gear wheels 
of airplanes. 20,126: Oct. 6. 

Hofer, William H., assignor to The American Rolling Mill 
Company, Middletown, Ohio. Apparatus and process 
for uncoiling coiled sheet metal. 20,000 ; June 9. 

Hokanson, Martin, assignor to Eidco, Inc., Duluth, Minn. 
Refrigerator. 19,948 ; Apr. 28. 

Holmes, Morris P., Claromont, N. H., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Sullivan Machinery Company. Explo- 
sionproof mining apparatus. 19,954 ; May 5. 

Hoof Piodiicts Company. (See Weaver, Ray J., assignor.) 

Hoover Company, The. (See Altenkirch, Edmund, as- 
sigtior. ) 

Hoover Company, The. (See Crane, Harvey E., assignor.) 

Hoover Company, The. (See Kitto, William H.) 

Hoover Company, The. (See Smellie, Donald G., as- 
signor.) 

Hopkins, Ernest R., assignor of one-half to J. P. Curry, 
Kansas City, Mo. Refrigerating coil. 20.016 ; June 23. 

Horn, Emil A., Jamaica, assignor to Russell & StoU Com- 
pany, Inc., New York, N. Y. Electrical connecter. 
20,097 ; Sept. 8. 

Horton, E. C. (See Hueher, H., and Horton.) 

flothersall. John M., Brooklyn, assignor to American Can 
Company, New York, N. Y. Drawing. 20,009 ; June 16. 

Houde Engineering Corporation. (See Smith, Frederick 
A., assignor.) 

Hoy, Harry L., Chicago, 111., assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Vaco Products, Inc.. Detroit, Mich. Change 
speed gear transmission. 20,186 ; Dec. 1. 

Huck, Louis C, Buchanan, Mich., assignor to Huxon Hold- 
ing Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Rivet and method of 
setting the same. 20,055 ; Aug. 4. 

Hudson, Frank W., Los Angeles, Calif. Soft rubber plug 
and socket body. 20,033 ; July 14. 

Hueber, Henry. Buffalo, and E. C. Horton, Hamburg, as- 
signors to Trico Products Corporation, Buffalo, N. Y. 
Windshield cleaner ocerated from the motor vehicle 
lubricating system. 20.219 : Dec. 29. 

Hughes Tool Company. (See Neuhaus, Ralph, assignor.) 

Humble Oil & Refining Company. (See Hartley, Kenneth, 
assignor.) 

Humphreys, Harry S., assignor to Armstrong Cork Com- 
pany, Lancaster, Pa. Ornamental hard surface cover- 
ing. 19,906 : Mar. 31. 

Hutchison, Miller R., Jr., Madison, N. J., assignor to 
Multicycol Pump & Engine Corporation, New York, N. Y. 
Compressor. 19,962 ; May 12. 

Huxon Holding Corporation. (See Huck, Louis C, as- 
signor.) 

Hydraulic Brake Company. (See Bowen, Herbert C, as- 
signor.) 

Industrial Patents Corporation. (See Walter, Charles T., 
assignor.) 

International Business Machines Corporation. (See Wat- 
son, Glenn W., assignor.) 

International Carbonic, Inc. (See Rice, Edward, Jr., as- 
signor.) 

Interstate Folding Box Company, The. (See Fish, Ezra B., 
assignor.) 

Irgens, Finn T., Wauwatosa, Wis., assignor to Outboard 
Motors Corporation, Milwaukee, Wis. Charge control- 
ling device for internal combustion engines. 19,949 ; 
Apr. 28. 

Isom, Edward W., Scarsdale, assignor to Sinclair Re- 
fining Company, New York, N. Y. Cracking hydro- 
carbon oils. 20,098 : Sept. 8. 

Ives, Charles Q., Reading, Mass., assignor to Sherman 
Paper Products Corporation, Newton, Mass. Fabrica- 
tion of Corrugated papers. 20.034 : July 14. 

Jackson, Ralph G., Woodbury, N. J. Decorative sheet 
material and preparing the same. 20.182; Nov. 24. 

Jandus, Herbert S., Detroit, Mich., and F. A. Smith, as- 
signors to Oakes Products Corporation, North Chicago, 
111. Lock for spare wheels and tires. 19.993 ; June 2. 

Jenkins, Geo. O., Co. (See Richter, Herman W., as- 
signor.) 

Jennings. Oliver S., Mansfield, Ohio, assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company, Panel circuit 
breaker. 19,887; Mar. 10. 

Jewell, Raymond L.. Millcreek Township, Erie County, 
assignor to American Sterilizer Company, Erie, 
Pa. Water steiilizer. 20.164: Nov. 10. 

Johner, Hans. (See de MontmoUin, G., Danuser, BonhSte 
and Johner.) 

Johnson, Howard F., assignor to The Champion Machine & 
Forging Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Method and ma- 
chine for forming channel shaped articles. 19,927 ; 
Apr. 14. 

Johnson, William C. (See McCahey, George F., assignor.) 

Jones, Leo D., assignor to The Sharpies Specialty Com- 
pany. Philadelphia. Pa. Method and apparatus for 
avoiding shock chill in precipitating substances from 
liquids. 19,R69 : Feb. 25. 

Jones, Lloyd B., Santa Monica, Calif., assignor to Food 
Machinery Corporation, San Jose, Calif. Method and 
apparatus for treating fruit. 19.877 : Mar. 3. 

Kaelini, Frank J. (See Kaebni, William L., assignor.) 

Kaehni. William L. and F. J., Cleveland. Ohio. Voltage 
supply system for vacuum tubes. 20,078 ; Aug. 25. 

Knrr, Alfred D., Newark, N. J., and Karl D. Perkins, 
Providence, R. I., assignors, by mesne assignments, to 
Auditorium Conditioning Corporation. Method and ap- 
paratus for conditioning air. 20,069 ; Aug. 18. 

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Keefer, Clarence E., and F. C. Wachter, Baltimore. Md., 
assignors to The Dorr Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. 
Sewage treating apparatus. 19,878 ; Mar. 3. 

Kellogg, Edward W., Moorestown, N. J., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Electrical system. 20,114 ; 
Sept. 22. 

Kennecott Wire and Cable Company. (See Busey, Her- 
bert S., assignor.) 

Kennedy, George H., Jr., Worcester, assignor to United 
States Envelope Company, Springfield, Mass. Envelope. 
19,934; Apr. 21. 

Kidde, Walter, & Company. (See Heigis, Henry E., as- 
signor.) 

Kinney, Edward A., Watertown, and J. W. Galligan, Ja- 
maica Plain, Boston, Mass. Radio program selecting 
apparatus. 19,851 ; Feb. 11. 

Kirby, Charles H., assignor to Marvel Carbureter Com- 
pany, Flint, Mich. Carburetor. 19,916 : Apr. 7. 

Kirk, John A., Detroit, Mich. Combination of os uteri 
locating device and medical applicator. 20,061 ; Aug. 
11. 

Kirschbraun, Lester, Leonia, N. J., assignor to Universal 
Oil Products Company, Chicago, 111. Treating hydro- 
carbons. 19,818 ; Jan. 7. 

Kitto, William H., Canton, assignor to The Hoover 
Company, North Canton, Ohio. Suction cleaner. 19,844 ; 
Feb. 4. 

Kjellgren. Bengt. (See Sawyer, C. B., and Kjellgren.) 

Klein. Harry H., New York, N. Y. Hair curler. 20,115 ; 
Sept. 22. 

Knapp, Andrew S., assignor to Knapp-Monarch Com- 
pany, Belleville, 111. Iron handle. 20,165 ; Nov. 10. 

Knapp-Monarch Company. (See Knapp, Andrew S., as- 
signor.) 

Knauer, Berthold. (See Ogden, J. W., and Knauer.) 

Knight, George, Brockton, Mass., assignor to B. W. Free- 
man, Cincinnati, Ohio. Perforating machine. 20,206 ; 
Dec. 15. 

Knowles, Dewey D., Forest Hills, Pa., assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. Safety 
system. 20,210 : Dec. 22. 

Knox, Samuel L. G., Englewood, N. J. Vaporizer for vapor 
burners. 20,091 ; Sept. 1. 

Kohler, Michael J., New York, N. Y., assignor to National 
Nut Company of California. Apparatus for treating 
nuts. 20,024 ; June 30. 

Konold, Clyde H. (See Wurzbach. H. E., and Konold.) 

Kranz, Frederick W., Fort Wayne, Ind., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Sonotone Corporation, New York, N. Y. 
Vibration instniments for bone audition. 19,808 ; Jan. 7. 

Krautzberger, Albert, Holzhausen, near Leipzig, Germany, 
assignor to R. A. Ruess, Washington, D. C. Coating by 
spraying. 19,907 ; Mar. 31. 

Krebs, Frank A., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to The Perfect 
Circle Company, Hagerstown, Ind. Piston ring ex- 
pander. 19,900 ; Mar. 24. 

Kublanow, Joseph. Pittsburgh, Pa. Side wall mounting 
structure. 20,116; Sept. 22. 

Kucher, Andrew A., Dayton, Ohio, assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company. Refriger- 
ating machine. 19,908. Mar. 31. 

Kucher, Andrew A., Dayton, Ohio, assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company. Refriger- 
ating machine. 20,166 ; Nov. 10. 

Kuyper, Peter H., assignor to Rolscreen Company, Pella, 
Iowa. Venetian blind construction. 20,133 ; Oct. 20. 

L. C. L. Corporation, The. (See Woodruff, Graham C, 
assignor.) 

Lachman, Arthur, Berkley, Calif., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Vapor Treating Processes, Inc. Refining 
hydrocarbon oils. 19,879 ; Mar. 3. 

Lamplough, Leslie F. ( See Cherry. G. L., and Lamplough.) 

La Poite, C. W., trustees, et al. (See Schueler, Julian L., 
assignor.) 

Larason, John E., Dayton, Ohio. Propeller clamping and 
balancing ring. 20. 3 59 ; Nov. 3. 

Larkin, Walter. Norristown, Pa., assignor to Fidelity Ma- 
china Company, Wilmington, Del. Knitting machine. 
19,827: Jan. 21. 

Larson, Carl H., assignor to The Adlake Company, Elk- 
hart, Ind. Relay. 20,099 ; Sept. 8. 

Larson, Carl H., Elkhart, Ind., assignor to The Adlake 
Company. Time delay mercury switch. 20,100 ; 
Sept. 8. 

Lasker, William W., Jr., Brooklyn, N. Y. Carrying mech- 
anism for tabulating machines. 20,199 ; Dec. 8. 

Laurent, Milton P., assignor to W-K-M Company, Inc., 
Houston, Tex. Gate valve. 20,101 ; Sept. 8. 

Lawson, John. Bristol, and R. H. Lawson. Pawtucket, as- 
signors to Hemphill Company, Central Falls, R. I. Ma- 
chine for knitting fabric. 2(),025 ; June 30. 

Lawson, Robert H. (See Lawson, John and R. H.) 

Le Blond, R. K., Machine Tool Company, The. (See 
Groene, William F., assignor.) 

Le Blond, R. K., Machine Tool Company, The. (See 
Groene, W. F., and Luning, assignors.) 

Lederer, Ernest A., Glen Ridge, and J. W. Marden, East 
Orange, N. J., assignors to Westinghouse Lamp Com- 
pany. Electron discharge device with indirectly heated 
cathode. 19,870 ; Feb. 25. 

Ledwinka, Joseph, assignor to Edward G. Budd Blanufac- 
turing Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Vehicle frame. 
20,030 ; July 7. 

Lesti. Arnold, Los Angeles, Calif. Electric translating 
device for musical instruments. 20,070 ; Aug. 18. 



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INDEX OF ^PATENTS, 1936 



liewis, Harold A., assignor to E3. I. du Pont de Nemours 
& Company, Wilmington, Del. Deonator. 20,190 ; 
Dec. 1. 

Lewis, Paul F. (See Matliey, C. A., and Lewis.) 

Lewis, Robert P. (See Padgett, J. B., and Lewis.) 

Light, Albert T., Canton, Ohio, assignor to York Ice 
Machinery Corporation, Yorlj, Pa. Continuous freezer. 
20,183 ; Nov. 24. 

Lincoln, Paul M., Ithaca, N. Y. Electric meter of the 
thermal type. 20,172; Nov. 17. 

'Line Material Company. (See Desmond, John J., assignor.) 

Line Material Company. (See Steinmayer, Alwin G., 
assignor.) 

Linsley, Douglas F., Norwalk, Conn. Vacuum operated 
gear shift mechanism. 19,928 ; Apr. 14. 

Lipman, Carl E. L., Chicago, 111., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Servel, Inc. Magnetic unloader. 19,898: 
Mar. 17. 

Little, Howard J., Fort Thomas, Ky., assignor to The 
Globe Iron Roofing & Corrugating Company. Sheet metal 
roofing and similar construction. 19,880 ; Mar. 3. 

Loftus, Fred H., Mount Lebanon, Pa. Nonreversing open- 
hearth furnace. 19,935 ; Apr. 21. 

Loughlin, William D. (See Drake, F. H., and Loughlin.) 

Lower, Nathan M., Ramsey, N. J., assignor to The Stand- 
ard Stoker Company, Incorporated. Locomotive tender. 
20,062 ; Aug. 11. 1936. 

Lundholm, Gustaf W., Stockholm, Sweden, assignor to 
W. G. Eavestaffi & Sons Limited, London, England. 
Miniature upright piano. 20,144 ; Oct. 27. 

Luning, George W. (See Groene, W. F., and Luning.) 

Lyon, George A., Allenhurst. assignor to Lyon Incorpo- 
rated, Asburv Park. N. J. Cover for spare tires of 
automobiles. 20,220 ; Dec. 29. 

Lyon Incorporated. (See Lyon, George A., assignor.) 

MacFarland, L. W. (See Myers, J. W., and Murray, as- 
signors.) 

Machlet, Adolph W., Elizabeth, N. J. Carburizing process. 
19.936 : Apr. 21. 

Macksoud, Michel E., St. Albans, N. Y., assignor to The 
Electron Corporatiin. East Orange, N. J. Combined 
amplifying and rectifying system. 20,221 ; Dec. 29. 

Macready, George A., Los Angeles, Calif. Apparatus for 
obtaining samples from drilled wells. 19,963 ; May 12. 

Mallory, Marion, Detroit, Mich., assignor to The Mallory 
Research Company. Engine ignition system. 19,937 ; 
Apr. 21. 

Mallory Research Company, The. (See Mallory, Marion, 
assignor.) 

Malm, Henry, New York, N. Y. Footwear. 19,809 ; Jan. 7. 

Marchant, Guy O., et al. (See Walker, Jay P., assignor.) 

Marden, John W. (See Lederer. E. A., and Marden.) 

Marsh, Charles W., assignor to Chas. W. Marsh Company, 
Muskegon, Mich. Oil seaL 20,145 ; Oct. 27. 

Marsh, Chas. W., Company. (See Marsh, Charles W., 
assignor.) 

Marshall, James H., assignor to F. E. Campbell, Hamlet, 
N. C. Hat brim protector. 19,955 ; May 5. 

Martin, John R., assignor to J. S. Abercrombie, Houston, 
Tex. Blowout preventer and support. 20,017 ; June 23. 

Marvel Carbureter Company. (See Kirby, Charles H., as- 
signor.) 

Mason, Clesson E., assignor to The Foxboro Company, 
Foxboro, Mass. Control mechanism. 20,092 ; Sept. 1. 

Massolle, Joseph, Gros-Glienicke, near Cladow, Berlin, H. 
Vogt, Berlin-Dahlem, and J. Engl, Berlin Schmargen- 
dorf, Germany, assignors, by mesne assignments, to 
American Tri-Ergon Corporation, N. Y. Electron tube. 
19.974 : Mny 19. 

Mathey, Chester A., and P. F. Lewis, Tulsa, Okla., said 
Lewis assignor, by mesne assignments, to B. I. du Pont 
de Nemours & Company. Method of and apparatus for 
placing explosive charges. 20,191 ; Dec. 1. 

Mathieson Alkali Works, Inc., The. (See Cunningham, 
George L., assignor.) 

May Oil Burner Corporation. (See Hall, Mora S., as- 
signor.) 

Mayeda, Mitsuo. (See Okamoto, Y., and Mayeda.) 

McArthui', Warren, Jr., assignor, by mesne assignments, 
to Warren McArthur Corporation, Rome, N. Y. Furni- 
ture. 19.909 ; Mar. 31. 

McArthur, Warren, Corporation. (See McArthur, Warren, 
Jr., assignor.) 

McCahey, George F., assignor of one-half to W. C. John- 
son, Providence, R. I. Core covering machine. 20,146 ; 
Oct. 27. 

McCanna, John F. (See Stickney, Charles A. assignor.) 

McCarthy, Lewis M., South Ozone Park, New York, N. Y. 
Garbage, ashes, and refuse disposal and land reclama- 
tion process. 20,056 ; Aug. 4» 

McCarty, Orin P., Pittsfield, Mass., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Transformer tap changing mecha- 
nism. 20,147 : Oct. 27. 

McConkey, Montgomery W., Chicago, HI., assignor to 
Bendix Brake Company, South Bend, Ind. Brake. 
20,001 ; June 9. 

McCoy, Verl E., assignor to Wilson Engineering Cor- 
poration, Chicago, 111. Continuous sludge removal 
method and apparatus. 19,881 ; Mar. 3. 

McDonough, Francis T. (See Moyer, A. F., and McDon- 
ough). 

Mcllvaine, Oran T., assignor to Mcllvaine Patent Corpo- 
ration, St. Charles, 111. Thermionic tube. 20,048 : 
July 28. 



Mcllvaine Patent Corporation. (See Mcllvaine, Oran T., 
assignor.) 

McKinstry, Bruce L., Entiat, Wash. Fruit press. 
19,838; Jan. 28. 

McKnight, Clarence B., Los Angeles, Calif. Tire and 
wheel construction. 19,939 ; Apr. 21. 

McMuUen, Robert M. (See Glunz, Henry F., assignor.) 

McNutt, James F., Cleveland, Ohio, assignor to The Amer- 
ican Decal Corporation, Youngstown, Ohio. Decalco- 
mauia. 19,839 ; Jan. 28. 

McPherson, Bruce, Greenville, S. C. Cigarette package. 
20,173 ; Nov. 17. 

Merco Nordstrom Valve Company, et al. (See Browne, 
Frank A., assignor.) 

Merrill, Albert D., assignor to Chemipulp Process Inc., 
Watertown, N. Y. Treatment of digestion liquors. 
20,200 ; Dec. 8. 

Merrill, Patterson D., assignor to M. B. Skinner Co., South 
Bend, Ind. Pipe joint sealing means. 19,938 ; Apr. 21. 

Messinger Devices, Incorporated. (See Messinger, L. H., 
Jr., assignor, and Riker.) 

Messinger, Lester H., Jr., Trumbull, Conn., and A. L. 
Riker, deceased, late of Fairfield, Conn., by A. L. Riker, 
Fairfield, Conn., assignee, said Messinger assignor to 
Messinger Devices, Incorporated. Attachment for in- 
ternal combustion engines. 19,828 ; Jan. 21. 

Meusy, Eugene E., assignor to Milwaukee Gas Specialty 
Company, Milwaukee, Wis. Gas cock. 19,810 ; Jan. 7. 

Michelin & Cie. (See Bourdon, Pierre M., assignor.) 

Mickles, Lovell G. (See Boucher, Charles P., assignor.) 

Midland Steel Products Company, The. (See Crowe, James 
H.. assignor.) 

Milbert Company. (See Cohen, Harry, assignor.) 

Miller, Edward W., assignor to The Fellows Gear Shaper 
Company, Springfield, Vt. Machine and method for 
forming externally toothed machine elements. 20,063 ; 
Aug. H. 

Miller, Herbert E., assignor to Utilities Service Company, 
Inc., Allentown, Pa. Guy wire protector. 19,845 : 
Feb. 4. 

Miller, Wilber B., Niagara Falls, N. Y., assignorj by mesne 
assignments, to Union Carbide and Carbon Corporation. 
Coated welding rod. 20,102 ; Sept. 8. 

Milwaukee Gas Specialty Company. (See Meusy, Eugene 
E., assignor.) 

Molins Machine Company. (See Cole, William, assignor.) 

Melius Machine Company Limited. (See Molins, Walter 
E., assignor.) 

Molins, Walter E., London, deceased, by Molins Machine 
Company Limited, Depford, London, England, assignee. 
Method and machine for making filter plugs or wads 
for cigarettes. 20,138 ; Oct. 20. 

Monarch Development Company. (See Hadsel, Alvah D., 
assignor.) 

Moore, George D., and J. F. Beaumont, Worcester, Mass. 
Mixing device. 19,811 : Jan. 7. 

Moore, John E., and G. W. Chenicek, Hammond, Ind., as- 
signors to Standard Oil Company, Chicago. 111. Auto- 
matic engler distillation apparatus. 19,824 ; Jan. 14. 

Moore, Lee C, Tulsa, Okla. Oil field derrick post. 19,982 ; 
May 26. 

Moritz, Adrian J. L., and J. J. Schilthuis, assignors 
American Enka Corporation, Enka, N. C. Manufacture 
of artificial silk and by-product recovery therefrom. 
20,079 ; Aug. 25. 

Moser, Jesse R. (See Cochran, R. S., and Moser.) 

Motsinger, Armand V., Aberdeen, Md. Gas mask head 
harness. 20,211 ; Dec. 22. 

Mowery, Leroy D. (See Hauserman, B. F., Mowery, and 
Bohnsack.) 

Moyer, Amos P., Minneapolis, Minn., and F. T. McDon- 
ough, deceased, Madison, Wis., by Precision Balancing 
Machine Company of Eau Claire, Wis., assignee, by 
mesne assignments. Balancing machine. 19,812 ; Jan. 7. 

Multicycol Pump & Engine Corporation. (See Hutchison, 
Miller R., Jr., assignor.) 

Murray, Ernest E. (See Myers, J. W., and Murray.) 

Myers, Joseph W., Philadelphia, Pa., and B. B. Murray, 
Jackson, Mich., assignors, by mesne assignments, of one- 
half to L. W. MacFarland, Long Island City, N. Y. 
Buffing wheel. 19,894 ; Mar. 17. 

Nashua Gummed & Coated Paper Company. (See Chabot, 
Ephraim H., assignor.) 

Nashua Gummed and Coated Paper Company. (See 
Gautier, T. R., and Nichols, assignors.) 

National Cash Register Company, The. (See Smith, 
Abraham, assignor.) 

National Fire Detector Corporation. (See Grison, Joseph, 
assignor.) 

National Nut Company of California. (See Kohler, Michael 
J., assignor.) 

Nelson, Adolph L., assignor to Bohn Aluminum & Brass 
Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Piston. 20,010 ; June 16. 

Neuhaus, Ralph, assignor to Hughes Tool Company, 
Houston, Tex. Lubricated plug valve. 20,093 ; Sept. 1. 

Newly Weds Baking Co. (See Schorno, Albert, assignor.) 

Newport Industries, Inc. (See Alexander, Joseph P., as- 
signor.) 

News Projection Corporation. (See Bitzen, August D., as- 
signor.) 

Nichols Engineering and Research Corporation. (See 
Hartley, Henry J., assignor.) 

Nichols, Harold E. (See Gautier, T. R., and Nichols.) 



LIST OF REISSUE PATENTEES 



11 



Niemann, Frederick A., and K. F. Ziehm, assignors to Felt 
& Tarrant Mfg. Co., Cbicago, 111. Device for distribu- 
tion of accounts. 19,994 ; June 2. 

Norton Company. (See Silven, Herbert A., assignor.) 

Oakes Products Corporation. (See Jandus, H. S., and 
Smith, assignors.) 

Oakes, William B., trustee et al. (See Durham, Hobart 
N., assignor.) 

Ober, Beverly, and E. H. Wight, assignors to The Oberphos 
Company, Baltimore, Md. Fertilizer. 19,825 ; Jan. 14. 

Oberphos Company, The. (See Ober, B., and Wight, as- 
signors.) 

O'Brien, Joseph P. (See Vanorio, Joseph, assignor.) 

Ogden, Jacob W., Springdale, and Berthold Knauer, Kast 
Nor\YaJk, assignors to Pitney-Bowes Postage Meter Co., 
Stamford, Conn. Means for setting and locking the 
printing and registering mechanisms of postage meter 
machines. 20,064 ; Aug. 11. 

Olds, Howard A. (See Wells, I. M., and Olds.) 

Old Town Company, The. (See Chapman, Ralph W., as- 
signor.) 

Olsson, Elis, West Point, Va. Preparation of fibrous 
material. 20,065 ; Aug. 11. 

Ostertag. Julius, Stuttgart. Germany. Purification system 
for boilers. 20,105 ; Sept. 8. 

Otis Elevator Company. (See Grosvenor, Graham B., as- 
signor.) 

Outboard Motors Corporation. (See Irgens, Finn T., as- 
signor.) 

Ovolo Incorporated. (See Fousek, Joseph, assignor.) 

Paardecamp, John B., Brooklyn, N. Y. Container sealing 
and dispensing device. 20,174 ; Nov. 17. 

Padgett, Joseph E.. and R. P. Lewis, Toledo, Ohio. Driv- 
ing axle. 20,149 ; Oct. 27. 

Page, Albert B., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to Scott & Wil- 
liams, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Yarn cutter and 
clamp for knitting machines and operating same. 
19,995 : June 2. 

Palmer, Robert T. (See Anderson, S. M., and Palmer.) 

Paradise, Raymond P., Indianapolis, Ind. Nozzle. 19,913 ; 
Mar. 31. 

Parker, Leslie O., Anderson, Ind., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to General Motors Corporation, Detroit, 
Mich. Connecter. 19.920; Apr. 7. 

Parker, Lloyd A., Long Beach, Calif., assignor to J. Grant, 
Los Angeles, Calif. Circulating head. 19,910 ; Mar. 31. 

Patent Securities Corporation. (See Tompkins, James G., 
assignor.) 

Peale, Richard, trustee et al, (See Durham, Hobart 
N., assignor.) 

Pease, William T., Huntington Park, assignor to Snow 
Manufacturing Co., Los Angeles, Calif. Gate valve 
construction. 20,071 ; Aug. 18. 

Pelzer, Harry L., Houston, Tex., assignor to Sinclair Re- 
fining Company, New York, N. Y. Cracking and coking 
hydrocarbon oils. 20,011 ; June 16. 

Perfect Circle Company, The. (See Krebs, Frank A., 
assignor.) 

Perkins. Karl D. (See Karr, A. D., and Perkins.) 

Permutit Company (1934), The. (See Pick, Eric, as- 
signor.) 

Pfeiffer, William C., assignor to The Egry Register Com- 
pany, Dayton, Ohio. Apparatus for handling multiple 
paper strips. 19.871 ; Feb. 25. 

Pick, Eric, New York, N. Y., assignor to The Permutit 
Company (1934), Wilmington, Del. Heat exchanger. 
20,139; Oct. 20. 

Pistilli, Joseph C, Meriden, Conn. Belting. 20,148 ; 
Oct. 27. 

Pitney-Bowes Postage Meter Co. (See Ogden, J. W., and B. 
Kneuer, assignors.) 

Poeter, E.. & Co. (See Poeter, Edward, assignor.) 

Poeter, Edward, assignor to E. Poeter & Co., Irvington, 
N. J. Handbag frame. 20,160 ; Nov. 3. 

Poor, Frederic H., deceased, Yonkers. N. Y., by Bucyrus- 
Brie Company, South Milwaukee, Wis., assignee. Power 
unit. 20,140; Oct. 20. 

Poppe, George W., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to Equitable 
Paper Bag Co., Inc. Paper bag and process and machine 
for making same. 19,921 ; Apr. 7. 

Power, Laurence E., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Allen-Bradley Company, Milwaukee, Wis. Applying in- 
sulator coating. 20,117 ; Sept. 22. 

Precision Balancing Machine Company. (See Moyer, A. 
P., and McDonough.) 

Pressed Steel Company Limited. (See Swallow, William, 
assignor.) 

Prey, Arthur H., assignor to The Carborundum Company, 
Niagara Palls. N. Y. Rotary bonded abrasive articles. 
20,012; June 16. 

Pritchard, William S.. Mount Vernon, assignor to 
Trans-Lux Daylight Picture Screen Corporation, New 
York, N. Y. Tape puller. 20,130 ; Oct. 13. 

Radio Corporation of America. (See Alexanderson, Ernst 
P. W., assignor.^ 

Radio Corporation of America. (See Black, Knox C, as- 
signor.) 

Radio Corporation of America. (See Drake, P. H., and 
Loughlin, assignors.) 

Radio Corporation of America. (See Farnham, Paul O., 
assignor.) 

Eadio Corporation of America. (See Pinch, James L., 
assignor.) 

Rado, Leopold, Berlin. Germany. Corner holder for pic- 
tures or the Uke. 19,983 ; May 26. 



Ranco Incorporated. (See Raney, Estel C, assignor.) 

Raney, Estel C, assignor to Ranco Incorporated, Colum- 
bus, Ohio. Refrigerator control. 20,212 ; Dec. 22. 

Rankow, Harry A. (See Viall, W. G., and Rankow.) 

Rauen, Carl P., Grosse Pointe, Mich. Automatic brake for 
power transmission systems. 19,882 ; Mar. 3. 

Reilly, Alfred, assignor to Evans Case Company, North 
Attleboro, Mass. Vanity case. 20,222 ; Dec. 29. 

Reilly, John L., Claremont, N. H., assignor to Sullivan 
Machinery Company. Drill steel guide. 20,131 ; 
Oct. 13. 

Rennert, John E. (See Allen, S. E., and Rennert.) 

Rice, Edward, Jr., New York, N. Y., assignor to Inter- 
national Carbonic, Inc., Wilmington, Del. Method and 
apparatus for refrigeration. 19,950 ; Apr. 28. 

Richter, Herman W., assignor to Geo. O. Jenkins Co., 
Bridgewater, Mass. Leatherboard product and making 
the same. 20,184 ; Nov. 24. 

Rieke Metal Products Corporation. (See Rieke, Theodore 
W., assignor.) 

Rieke, Theodore W., Auburn, Ind., assignor to Rieke Metal 
Products Corporation. Fitting for containers. 19,956 ; 
May 5. 

Riker, Andrew L. (See Messinger, L. H., Jr., and Riker.) 

Riviere, Albert S., assignor to Union Special Machine Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Sewing machine. 20,161 ; Nov. 3. 

Robbins, William H., Delray Beach, Fla., assigiior to The 
Williams Company, London, Ohio. Polishing device, 
20,002 ; June 9. 

Robertson, Harold P., Coraopolis, Pa., assignor to Union 
Carbide and Carbon Corporation. Making films and 
the like and products thereby made. 20.080 ; Aug. 25. 

Rolscreen Company. (See Kuyper, Peter H., assignor.) 

Romney, Reuben, J., Salt Lake City, assignor to 
Cheezits Corporation, Salt Lake City, Utah. Cooking 
edibles. 20,040; July 21. 

Ronning, Adolph, and A. G. Eonning, deceased, by J. and 
A. Ronning, joint executors ; said A. and A. G. Ronning, 
assignors to Ronning Machinery Company, Minneapolis, 
Minn. Combination tractor grader. 19,846 ; Feb. 4. 

Ronning, Andrean G. (See Ronning, Adolph and A. G.) 

Ronning, Jacob. (See Ronning, Adolph and A. G.) 

Ronning Machinery Company. (See Ronning, Adolph and 
A. G., assignors.) 

Roosenstein, Hans O., assignor to Telefunken Gesellschaft 
fiir Drahtlose Telegraphic m.- b. H., Berlin, Germany. 
Oscillation circuit for electric waves. 20,189 ; Dec. 1. 

Rosenberg, May, West Hartford, Conn. Treating tobacco. 
19,984; May 26. 

Rosenfield, William B. (See Goodman. Glenn W.) 

Rubenstein, Jacob H., Syracuse, N. Y. Wireless trans- 
mission system. 19,834 ; Jan. 21. 

Ruess, Royce A. (See Krautzberger, Albert, assignor.) 

Russell & Stoll Company. (See Horn, Emil A., assignor.) 

Sachs, Joseph, West Hartford, Conn. Automatic circuit 
breaker. 20,018 ; June 23. 

Sanford, Roy S., New York, N. Y., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Bendix Brake Company, Chicago, 111. Ve- 
hicle brake. 19,872; Feb. 25. 

Sassen, Bernard, assignor to The Cincinnati Milling Ma- 
chine Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. Pattern controlled 
die-sinking machine. 19,985 ; May 26. 

Sawyer, Charles B., Cleveland Heights, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to The Brush Development Company, 
Cleveland, Ohio. Piezoelectric device. 20,213 ; Dec. 22. 

Sawyer, Charles B., and B. Kjellgren, Cleveland Heights, 
assignors to The Brush Beryllium Company, Cleveland, 
Ohio. Obtaining beryllium and aluminum compounds. 
20,214 ; Dec. 22. 

Schemmel, R. C, et al. (See Hall, William J., assignor.) 

Scherer, Charles W., Dayton, Ohio, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Frigidaire Corporation. Refrigerating 
apparatus. 19,964 ; May 12. 

Schilthuis, Jan J. (See Moritz, Adrian J. L.) 

Schlumberger, Conrad, deceased, by A. M. L. Doll, born 
Schlumberger, administratrix, Paris, France, said C. 
Schlumberger, assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Schlumberger Well Surveying Corporation, Houston, Tex. 
Core taking device. 20,120 ; Sept. 29. 

Schlumberger Well Surveying Corporation. (See Schlum- 
berger, Conrad, deceased.) 

Schorno, Albert, Detroit, Mich., assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Newlv Weds Baking Co. Ice cream roll cakes. 
20.118; Sept. 22. 

Schroder, Einer and J. A. S. van Deurs, Frederiksburg, 
Denmark. Process and apparatus for the mechanical 
production of froth. 19,965 ; May 12. 

Schueler, J. L., trustees, et al. (See Schueler, Julian L 
assignor.) 

Schueler, Julian L., Kokomo, Ind., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to C. W. La Porte, Peoria, 111., and J. L. 
Schueler, Kokomo, Ind., trustees. Continuous galvaniz- 
ing. 20,049; July 28. 

Schultz, Henry O. (See Herzberg, A. A., Schultz, and 
Tumpak.) 

Schwarz, Elmer H. (See Stickney, Charles A., assignor.) 

Scott, Charles H., Ozone Park, assignor to The Dorr Com- 
pany, Inc., New York, N. Y. Sedimentation apparatus. 
20,072; Aug. 18. 

Seott & Williams, Incorporated. (See Page, Albert E., as- 
signor.) 

Scrimgeour, William, Washington, D. C. Hollow forged 
valve and making the same. 20,014 ; June 23. 

Servel, Inc. (See Lipman, Carl B. L.. assignor.) 



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INDEX OP PATENTS, 1936 



Sharpies Specialty Company, The. (See Jones, Leo D., 
assignor.) 

Shei-man Paper Products Corporation. (See Ives, Charles 
Q., assignor.) 

Siemens-Schuckertwerke AUtiengesellschaft. (See Abend- 
roth, Wilhelm, assignor.) 

Silven, Herbert A., assignor to Norton Company, Worces- 
ter, Mass. Control mechanism for grinding machines. 
20,127 ; Oct. 6. 

Silver, Harold F., Salt Lake Oity, Utah, assignor to The 
Ajmerican Laundry Machinery Company, Cincinnati, 
Ohio. Dry cleaning apparatus. 19,986 ; May 26. 

Simonds, Herbert R., Oakwood, assignor to Simonds 
Worden White Company, Dayton, Ohio. Balancing 
abrasive wheels and wheels thereby balanced. 20,207 ; 
Dec. 15. 

Simonds Worden White Company. (See Simonds, Herbert 
R., assignor.) 

Simons, Walter R., Los Angeles, Calif. Building construc- 
tion. 20,188 ; Dec. 1. 

Sinclair Refining Company. (See Isom, Edward W., as- 
signor.) 

Sinclair Refining Company. (See Pelzer, Harry L., as- 
signor.) 

Sivon, Charles A. (See Sivon, Stephen U., and C. A.) 

Sivon, Stephen TJ., Ravenna, and C. A. Sivon, Painesville, 
Ohio. Phimosis hemostatic forceps. 20,201 ; Dec. 8. 

Skinner, Clifton R., San Francisco, Calif. Sound record- 
ing system. 20,053. Aug. 4. 

Skinner, M. B , Co. (See Merrill, Patterson D., assignor.) 

Skorstad, James B. (See Adsit, Frank W., assignor.) 

Slayter & Company. (Se« Slayter, Games, assignor.) 

Slayter, Games, Newark, Ohio, assignor to Slayter & Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Heat Insulating. 19,929 ; Apr. 14. 

Smellie, Donald G., Canton, Ohio, assignor to The Hoover 
Company. Suction cleaner agitator. 20,073 ; Aug. 18. 

Smith, Abraham, Erie, Pa., assignor to the National Cash 
Register Company. Bookkeeping machine. 20,167 ; 
Nov. 10. 

Smith, Anthony N., assignor, by mesne assignments, to The 
Girard Manufacturing Company, Girard, Pa. Trans- 
former. 19,957 ; May 5. 

Smith, Frederick A. (See Jandus, H. S., and Smith.) 

Smith, Frederick A., North Chicago, 111., assignor to 
Houde Engineering Corporation, Buffalo, N. Y. Ad- 
justable window wing. 20,132 ; Oct. 13. 

Smith, Harry P., Dayton, Ohio, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to General Motors Corporation, Refriger- 
ating and air conditioning apparatus. 19,901 ; Mar. 24. 

Smith, Ralph E., assignor to The Gallon Metallic Vault 
Company, Gallon, Ohio. Hydraulic hoist lever con- 
struction. 20.013 ; June 16. 

Snow Manufacturing Co. (See Pease, William T., as- 
signor.) 

Societe Ateliers de Constructions Electriques de Delle. 
(See Clerc, Andr6, assignor.) 

Society of Chemical Industry in Basle. (See de Mont- 
moUin, G., Danu.=;er, Bonhote, and Johner, assignors.) 

SoUer, Arnold. (See Sprague, P. T., and Soller.) 

Sommer, Albert, Zurich, Switzerland, assignor to T. R. C. 
Corporation, Wilmington, Del. Method and apparatus 
for producing pulverulent building material with bitumi- 
nous constituents. 20,119 ; Sept. 22. 

Sonotone Corporation. (See Kranz, Frederick W., as- 
signor.) 

Spatta, George, assignor to Clark Equipment Company, 
Buchanan, Mich. Axle casing and making the same. 
20,10.3 ; Sept. 8. 

Sperry Products, Inc. (See De Lanty, Loren J., assignor.) 

Sprague, Philip T., and A. Soller, assignors to The Hays 
Corporation, Michigan City, Ind. Pressure gauge. 
19,902 ;. Mar. 24. 

Springer, Ray WL, Detroit, Mich. Antisqueak, strip. 
19,847 ; Feb. 4. 

Stahl, Frank E., assignor to Columbus McKinnon Chain 
Corporation, Tonawauda, N. Y. Lockingly engaging 
coacting elements. 20,074 : Aug. 18. 

Standard Mailing Machines Company. (See Storck, Fred- 
erick W., assignor.) 

Standard Oil Company. (See Moore, J. E., and Chenicek, 
assignors.) 

Standard Steel Works. (See Bliss, Carl G., assignor.) 

Standard Stoker Company, The. (See Lower, Nathan M., 
assignor.) 

Standloe, Harvey R., Tnlsa, Okla., assisrnor to The Gul- 
berson Corporation, Dallas, Tex. Well spider. 19,852 : 
Feb. 11. 

Stansbury, Carroll. Wauwatosa. assignor to Cutler- 
Hammer, Inc., Milwaukee, Wis. Motor controller. 
19.853; Feb. 11. 

State, Will C assignor to The Goodyear Tire & Rubber 
Company, Akron. Ohio. Method and machine for build- 
ing tire.s. 19,895; Mar. 24. 

Staffer, Estella E., assignor to Humphrey Staffer, Jr., 
Sioux City, Iowa. Sanitary napkin belt. 19,829 ; Jan. 
21. 

Staffer, Humphrey, Jr. (See Staffer, Estella E., as- 
signor.) 

Stein, Joseph A., Pittsburgh. Pa., assignor to Bacharach 
Industrial Instrument Company. Determining the com- 
bustible content in a gas mixture. 20.041 ; July 21. 

Steinmayer. Alwin G., Milwaukee, assignor to Line Ma- 
ferial Company, South Milwaukee, Wis. Fuse. 20,168 : 
Nov. 10. 



Steudel, Erich O., Chicago, 111. Cake plate. 19,813; 
Jan. 7. 

Stickney, C^harles A., deceased, by J. F. McCanna, assignee, 
Rockford, 111., assignor to E. H. Schwarz, Englewood, 
N. J. Frigid unit. 20,150; Oct. 27. 

Sti vender, Paul M., West Allis, assignor to Allis-Chalmers 
Manufacturing Company, Milwaukee, Wis. Control sys- 
tem. 19,966 ; May 12. 

Stokes, Charles L., Beverly Hills, Calif., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to L. A. Wiliams, Evanston, and C. C. Brad- 
bury, Glencoe, 111., successor trustees. Automatic fuel 
regulator. 20,112; Sept. 15, 1936. 

Stonebraker, Fred, Sr., assignor of one-fourth to E. H. 
Curtiss and one-fourth to H. R. Collins, San Diego, 
Calif. Display sign. 20,104 ; Sept. 8. 

Storck, Fi-ederick W., Arlington, assignor to Standard Mail- 
ing Machines Company, Everett, Mass. Apparatus for 
duplicating imprinted matter. 19,951 ; Apr. 28. 

Strobel, Karl, Whittier, Calif., assignor to Karl Strobel 
Corporation, Puente, Calif. Electric arc cutting ma- 
chine. 20,035 ; July 14. 

Strobel, Karl, Corporation. (See Strobel, Karl, assignor.) 

Sturtevant, B. F., Company. (See Anderson, S. M., and 
Palmer.) 

Sullivan Machinery Company. (See Holmes, Morris P., 
assignor.) 

Sullivan Machinery Company. (See Eeilly, John L., as- 
signer.) 

Superheater Company, The. (See Barnes, John A., as- 
signor.) 

Surface Combustion Corporation. (See Cochran, R. S., 
and Moser, assignors.) 

Swallow, William, Headington, Oxford, England, assignor 
to Pressed Steel Company, Limited, Cowley, Oxford, 
England. Vehicle. 19,975 ; May 19. 

Swarovski, Daniel, Wattens, Tycol, Austria. Articles of 
jewelry and ornaments. 20,193 ; Dec. 8. 

Swezey, William F., Cleveland, Ohio, assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. Refrig- 
erating apparatus. 19,988 ; May 26. 

Swift, George W., Jr., assignor to George W. Swift, Jr., 
Inc., Borden town, N. J. Variable speed cutting mecha- 
nism. 19,989 ; May 26. 

Swift, George W., Jr., Inc. (See Swift, George W., Jr., 
assignor.) 

T. R. C. Corporation. (See Sommer, Albert, assignor.) 

Tarbox, John P., assignor to Edward G. Budd Manufactur- 
ing Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Automobile body and 
mounting therefor. 20,176 ; Nov. 17. 

Taylor, James Y., Southbridge, Mass., assignor, by direct 
and mesne assignfnents, to Educational Laboratories, 
Inc., Brownwood, Tex. Educational device and method 
for the treatment of eyes. 20,223 ; Dec. 29. 

Telefunken Gesellschaft fiir Drahtlose Telegraphic m. b. 
H. (See Roosenstein, Hans O., assignor.) 

Test!, Nicholas, assignor to Gillette Safety Razor Com- 
pany, Boston, Mass. Safety razor and blade. 20,185 ; 
Nov. 24. 

Textile Machine Works. (See Gastrich, Gustav, assignor.^ 

Thoma, Hans, Karlsruhe, Germany. Hydraulic pump and 
motor. 20,026 ; June 30. 

Thrush, H. A., & Co. (See Thrush Homer A., assignor.) 

Thrush, Homer A., assignor to H. A. Thrush & (io., Peru, 
Ind. Hot water heating system. 19,873 ; Feb. 25. 

Thwaits, Frederick G., Wauwatosa, assignor to The 
Heil Co., Milwaukee, Wis. Drop frame tank trailer. 
20,038 ; July 21. 

Thwaits, Frederick G., Wauwatosa, assignor to The 
Heil Co., Milwaukee, Wis. Running board and hose car- 
rier. 20,039 ; July 21. 

Tompkins. James G., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Patent Securities Corporation, Los Angeles County, Callt 
Hose supporter. 19,930; Apr. 14. 

Tone, Prank J., assignor to The Carborundum Company, 
Niagara Falls, N. Y. Method and apparatus for drying 
freshlv printed webs. 20.015 ; June 23. 

Traitel Marble Company, The. (See Calkins, Seward H., 
assignor.) 

Trans-Lux Daylight Picture Screen Corporation. (See 
Curtis, Kenneth L., assignor.) 

Trans-Lux Daylight Picture Screen Corporation. (See 
Pritchard, William S., assignor.) 

Trew, Arthur S., Detroit, Mich., assignor to Burroughs 
Adding Machine Company. Adding machine and the 
like. 19,917 ; Apr. 7. 

Trico Products Corporation. (See Hueber, H., and Hor- 
ton, assignors.) 

Tucker, Lawrence H., Hapeville, Ga. 
i?ignal. 19.990 ; May 26. 

Tumpak, John S. (See Herzberg, A. 
Tumpak.) 

Union Carbide and Carbon Corporation, 
her B., assignor.) 

Union Carbide and Carbon Corporation. 
Harold P., assignor.) 

Union Special Machine Company. (See Riviere, Albert S., 
assignor.) 

Union Switch & Signal Company, The. (See Baumgartner, 
Godfrey, assignor.) 

United Iron Works. (See Aisenstein, Michael D., as- 
signor.) 
United States Envelope Company. (See Goder, Max, as- 
signor.) 
United States Envelope Company. (See Kennedy, George 
H., Jr., assignor.) 



Combined vehicle 

A., Schultz, and 

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LIST OF REISSUE PATENTEES 



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Universal Oil Products Company. (See Alther, Joseph 
G., assignor.) 

Universal Oil Products Company. (See Benedict, Wayne 
L., assignor.) 

Universal Oil Products Company. (See Egloff, Gustav, 
assignor.) 

Universal Oil Products Company. (See Kirschbrauu, Les- 
ter, assi?;nor. ) 

Urscbel, William E., Valparaiso, Ind. Mecbanical move- 
ment. 20,151 ; Oct. 27. 

Utilities Service Company. (See Miller, Herbert B., as- 
signor.) 

Vaco Products, Inc. (See Hoy, Harry L., assignor.) 
Van Billiard, Lewis H., Bridgeport, Conn., assignor to 
General Electric Company. Assembly of electrical ap- 
paratus. 20,224 : Dec. 29. 

Van Deurs, Jan A. S. (See SchrSder, E. and van Deurs.) 

Vanorio, Joseph, Mount Vernon, N. Y., assignor of one- 
fifth to J. F. O'Brien, Englewood, N. J. Water heating 
apparatus for house heating systems. 20,175 ; Nov. 17. 

Vapor Treating Processes, Inc. (See Lachman, Arthur, 
assignor.) 

Viall, William G., Bloomfield, N. J., and H. A. Rankow, 
Bronx, N. Y. Shaving instrument. 20,169 ; Nov. 10. 

Victor, John H., Wllmette, 111., assignor to Victor Manu- 
facturing & Gasket Company, Chicago, 111. Skeleton 
metal-backed gasket. 19,874 ; Feb. 25. 

Victor Manufacturing & Gasket Company. (See Victor, 
John H., assignor.) 

Vogel, Max, Frankfort-on-the-Main, Germany. Envelope. 
10,883 ; Mar. 3. 

Vogt, Hans. (See Massolle. J.. Vogt, and Engl.) 

W-K-M Company. (See Laurent, Milton P.. assignor.) 

Wachter. Prank C. (See Keefer, C. E., and Wachter.) 

Walker, Jay P., assignor of forty per cent to G. O. Mar- 
chant and six per cent to C. G. Wells, Tulsa, Okla. Liq- 
uid and gas separation. 20,051 ; July 28. 

Walker Manufacturing Company. (See Bate, John W., as- 
signor.) 

Walser, Joseph J., deceased, late of Ann Arbor, Mich., by 
The Goss Printing Press Company, Chicago, 111., as- 
signee. Stereotype platemaking machine. 19,861 ; Feb. 
18. 

Walter, Charles T.. assignor to Industrial Patents Corpo- 
ration, Chicago, 111. Slicing machine. 19,830 ; Jan. 21. 

Walworth Patents, Inc., et al. (See Browne, Frank A., as- 
signor.) 

Warneke, Roman C, Port Wayne, Ind., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Refrigerating machine. 20,031 ; 
July 7. 

Watson, Glenn W., Binghamton, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to International Business Machines Corpora- 
tion, New York, N. Y. Communication system. 20,052 : 
July 28. 

Waukesha Universal Drill Head Company. (See Herz- 
berg, A. A., Schultz, and Tumpak, assignors.) 

Weaver, Ray J., Shelby, Ohio, assignor to Hoof Products 
Company, Chicago, 111. Suction controlled governor. 
19,911 ; Mar. 31. 

Weber, Harry M., Newton, Mass., assignor to Ellis-Poster 
Company. Composition of matter comprising resin 
esters. 19,967 : May 12. 

Weiner, Samuel N., Far Rockway, N. Y. Seam for gar- 
ments. 19,968 ; May 12. 

Wells, C. G., et al. (See Walker, Jay P., assignor.) 

Wells. Ira M., Oakland, and H. A. Olds, San Francisco, 
Calif. Road working machine. 19.987 ; May 26. 

Western Electric Company. (See Bureau, Arthur A., as- 
signor.) 

Western Electric Company. (See Cherry, G. L., and Lam- 
plough, assignors.) 

Westinghouse Electric Elevator Company. (See Ellis, 
Charles E.. Jr., assignor.) 

Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. (See 
Butusov, Emil P., assiguor.) 

Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. (See 
Crabbs, Herbert J., assignor.) 

Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. (See 
Gulliksen, Finn H., assignor.) 

Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. (See 
Hanna, Clinton R., assignor.) 

Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. (See 
Jennings. Oliver S., assignor.) 

Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. (See 
Knowles, Dewey D., assignor.) 

Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. (See 
Kucher, Andrew A., assignor.) 

Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. (See 
Swezey, William P.. assignor.) 

Westinghouse Lamp Company. (See Lederer, E. A., and 
Marden, assignors.) 



Wettstein, August, assignor to Aktiengesellschaft Brown, 
Boveri & Cie., Baden, Switzerland. Fuel nozzle for oil 
furnaces. 20,027 ; June 30. 

Weymouth, Frederick R., Buffalo, N. Y., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Bendix Aviation Corporation, South 
Bend, Ind. Airplane shock absorber. 19,931 ; Apr. 14. 

Wheeler, Lena P. (See Curtiss, Glenn H. ) 

Whitcomb, Arthur J. (See Fox, G., and Wliitcomb.) 

White, William J., Chicago, 111. Pile. 20,081 ; Aug. 25. 

Whiteley, Frank A., Covington, Ky. Device for condi- 
tioning air. 20,208 ; Dec. 15. 

Wight, Edward H. (See Ober, B., and Wight.) 

Wight, Sfdgwick N., assignor to General Railway Signal 
Company, Rochester, N. Y. Interlocking system for 
railroads. 19,814 ; Jan. 7. 

Wiles, Sydney T., deceased, by Buffalo Electric Furnace 
Corporation, Buffalo, N. Y., by mesne assignee. Elec- 
trothermic reduction of iron ores. 20,128 ; Oct. 6. 

Wilkes, John E., Paulsboro, N. J. Receptacle cleaning 
apparatus. 19,918; Apr. 7. 

Will & Baumer Candle Co. (See Will, Howard C, as- 
signor.) 

Will, Howard C, assignor to Will & Baumer Candle Co., 
Inc., Syracuse, N. Y. Sanctuary lamp. 19,912 ; Mar. 31. 

Williams Company, The. (See Eobbins, William H., as- 
signor.) 

Williams, Lynn A., et al. (See Stokes, Charles L., as- 
signor.) 

Wilms, Gustav O. and A. J. Dawe, assignors to Allen- 
Bradley Company, Milwaukee, Wis. Electric switch. 
20,094 ; Sept. 1. 

Wilson Engineering Corporation. (See McCoy, Verl E., 
assignor.) 

Wine Railway Appliance Company. (See Wine, William E., 
assignor.) 

Wine, William E., assignor to Wine Railway Appliance 
Company, Toledo, Ohio. Railway car. 20,121 ; Sept. 

Winther, Anthony. Kenosha, Wis., assignor to M. P. Win- 
ther, trustee, Waukegan, 111. Electromagnetic pol«. 
20,225 ; Dec. 29. 

Winther, Martin P., trustee. (See Winther, Anthony, 
assignor.) 

Withain, George S., Jr., Lincoln, N. H. Preeness indicator 
and recorder. 19,997 ; June 2: 

Wood, Henry A. Wise, assignor to Wood Newspaper Ma- 
chinery Corporation. New York, N. Y. Quick change 
splicing device. 19,958 : May 5. 

Wood, Henry A. W., assignor to Wood Newspaper Ma- 
chinery Corporation, New York, N. Y. Automatic splic- 
ing device. 19,996 ; June 2. 

Wood, Henry A. W., assignor to Wood Newspaper Ma- 
chinery Corporation, New York, N. Y. Automatic splic- 
ing device. 20,050 ; July 28. 

Wood Newspaper Machinery Corporation. (See Wood, 
Henry A. W., assignor.) 

Woodall, Herbert J., assignor to Woodall Industries In- 
corporated, Detroit, Mich. Laminated panel and fabri- 
cation. 19,840 ; Jan. 28. 

Woodall Industries Incorporated. (See Woodall, Herbert 
J., assignor.) 

Woodruff, Graham C, Bronxville, N. Y., assignor to The 
L. C. L. Corporation. Interchangeable container 
freight car. 19,815 : Jan. 7. 

Woodruff, Graham C, Bronxville, N. Y., assignor to The 
L. C. L. Corporation. Drop side container car. 19,831 ; 
Jan. 21. 

Wooll, John H., San Francisco, Calif. Refrigerated pack- 
age. 20,215 ; Dec. 22. 

Wurzbach, Hugh E., and C. H. Konold, Magna, Utah. 
Electromagnetic vibrating apparatus. 19,816 ; Jan. 7. 

Wurzbach, Hugh E., and C. H. Konold, Magna, Utah. 
Electromagnetic vibrating apparatus. 19,817 ; Jan. 7. 

Yale Slot & Slug Company. (See Goetz, Harry, as- 
signor.) 

Yingling, Prank B., assignor to C. J. Fitton, Hamilton, 
Ohio. Coal mining machine. 20,216 ; Dec. 22. 

York Ice Machinery Corporation. (See Light, Albert T., 
assignor. ) 

Young, Charles J., Haverford, Pa., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Picture receiving apparatus. 
20,152; Oct. 27. 

Zlehm, Kurt P. (See Niemann, P. A., and Ziehm.) 

Zlmmer, Otto, deceased, by P. Zimmer, assignee, Gladbach- 
Rheydt, Germany. Corn holder. 20,113 ; Sept. 15. 

Zimmer, Paul. (See Zlmmer, Otto.) 

Zimmers, Joseph B., et al. (See Hall, William J., as- 
signor.) 

Zotos Corporation. (See Evans, Ralph L., assignor.) 



LIST OF PLANT PATENTEES 



Aicardi, Domenico, San Remo, Italy, assignor to Jackson 
& Perkins Company. Newark, N. Y. Rose. 201; Oct. 13. 

Anderson, Frederic W., Merced, Calif. Nectarine. 173 ; 
Apr. 7. 

Armacost & Royston, Inc. (See Armacost, Walter L., 
assignor.) 



Armacost, W'alter L., Los Angeles, assignor to Armacost & 
Royston, Inc., Los Angeles. Calif. Rose. 180 ; June 9. 

Aronowitz, Meyer. (See Kevitt, Tice C, assignor.) 

A^mus, Edward R.. Sr., Closter. N. J. Rose. 179: June 9. 

Baker Bros. Company. (See Trauernicht, Erich C, as- 
signor.) 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1936 



Balderston, 3d, Lloyd, Colora, assignor to Bountiful Ridge 
Nurseries, Princess Anne, Md. Apple tree. 168 ; Mar. 
10. 

Barclay Nursery. (See Kevitt, Tice C.) 

Baur, Aclolphe F. J., assignor to Baur-Stelnkamp and Com- 
pany, Incorporated, Indianapolis, Ind. Carnation. 198 ; 
Sept. 29. 

Baur-Steinkamp and Company. (See Baur, Adolphe F. J., 
assignor.) 

Bountiful Ridge Nurseries. (See Balderston, 3d, Lloyd, 
assignor.) 

Bourne, Benjamin A., Clewiston, Fla. Sugar cane. 
203 ; Oct. 27. 

Bourne, Benjamin A., Clewiston, Fla. Sugarcane. 
210 ; Dec. 29. 

Brownell, Josephine D., Little Compton, R. I. Rose. 
200 ; Oct. 13. 

Conard-Pyle Company, The. (See de Vink, John, as- 
signor.) 

Conard-Pyle Company, The. (See Dot, Pedro, assignor.) 

Conard-Pyle Company, The. (See Mallerin, Charles, as- 
signor.) 

Cook, John, Incorporated, The. (See Cook, Joseph W., 
assignor.) 

Cook, Joseph W., assignor to The John Cook, Incorporated, 
Baltimore, Md. Rose bush. 192 ; Sept. 15. 

Cremer, Frank E., Hanover, Pa. Rose. 177 ; May 12. 

De Vink, John, Boskoop, Netherlands, assignor to The 
Conard-Pyle Company, West Grove, Pa. Rose. 169 ; 
Mar. 17. 

Dixie Rose Nursery. (See Watklns, Archibald F., as- 
signor.) 

Dixie Rose Nursery, et al. (See Watkins, Archibald F., 
assignor.) 

Dot, Pedro, St. Feliu de Llobregat, Spain, assignor to The 
Conard-Pyle Company, West Grove, Pa. Rose. 174 ; 
Apr. 14. 

Dot, Pedro, St. Feliu de Llobregat, Spain, assignor to The 
Conard-Pyle Company, West Grove, Pa. Rose. 197 ; 
Sept. 29. 

Elliott, William C, Modesto, Calif. Peach. 166 ; Feb. 18. 

Florex Gardens, The. (See Lukens, George E., assignor.) 

Prey, Alois, San Fernando, Calif. Freesia. 196 ; Sept. 29. 

Gerber, Menno, OrrviUe, Ohio. Cherry variety. 164 ; 
Jan. 21. 

Greening Nursery Company. (See Le Duke, Lawrence B., 
assignor.) 

Hemmings, Shirley, Abington, Mass., assignor to Little- 
field-Wyman Nurseries. Carnation. 193 ; Sept. 15. 

Hillock, Verne S., Arlington, Tex. Rose. 185 ; June 23. 

Hillock, Verne S., Arlington, Tex. Rose. PI. Pt. 194 ; 
Sept. 15. 

Hiscox, Jesse F., East Patchogue, N. Y. Rose. 208 ; 
Nov. 24. 

Huher, Carlton E., Groesbeck, Ohio. Barberry plant. 
189 ; Aug. 4. 

Jackson & Perkins Company. (See Aicardi, Domenlco, 
assignor.) 

Jackson & Perkins Company. (See Mallerin, Charles, 
assignor.) 

Jackson & Perkins Company. (See Nicolas, Jean H., as- 
signor.) 

Jackson and Perkins Company. (See Poulsen, Svend, 
assignor. ) 

Jackson & Perkins Company. (See van Rossem, Gerard A., 
assignor.) 

Jackson & Perkins Company, et al. (See Watkins, Arch- 
ibald F., assignor.) 



Johnston, Walter I., Portadown, Ireland, assignor to Jack- 
son & Perkins Company, Newark, N. Y. Rose. 190 ; 
Aug. 25. 

Kevitt, Tice C, Pompton Lakes, N. J., assignor to M. 
Aronowitz, doing business as Barclay Nursery, New 
York, N. Y. Grapevine. 195 ; Sept. 15. 

Kistler, Robert H., Houston, Tex. Rose. 183 ; June 16. 

Le Duke, Lawrence B., Lawrence, assignor to Greening 
Nursery Company, Monroe, Mich. Peach tree. 175 : 
Apr. 28. 

Littlefield-Wyman Nurseries. (See Hemmings, Shirley, as- 
signor.) 

Lukens, (Seorge E., assignor to The Florex Gardens, North 
Wales, Pa. Rose. 209 ; Dec. 8. 

Mallerin, Charles, Varces, France, assignor to The Conard- 
Pyle Company, West Grove, Pa. Rose. 191. 

Mallerin, Charles, Varces, France, assignor to Jackson & 
Perkins Company, Newark, N. Y. Rose. 202 ; Oct. 13. 

May hew, Clarence C., assignor to Texas Nursery Company, 
Sherman, Tex. White chrysanthemum. 204 ; Nov. 17. 

Mayhew, Clarence C, assignor to Texas Nursery Company, 
Sherman, Tex. Bronze chrysanthemum. 205 ; Nov. 17. 

McKee, Ralph H., New York, N. Y. Hybrid poplar. 
207; Nov. 17. 

Montgomery Company, The. (See MuUer, Richard T., as- 
signor. ) 

Moore, Chester N., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Regal lily. 165 ; Feb. 18. 

MuUer, Richard T., Darien, Conn., assignor to The Mont- 
gomery Company, Incorporated, Hadley, Mass. Rose. 
199 ; Sept. 29. 

Murray, William B., Atco, N. J. Hybrid tea rose. 
181 ; June 9. 

Nicolas, Jean H., assignor to Jackson & Perkins Company, 
Newark, N. Y. Rose. 171 ; Apr. 7. 

Nicolas, Jean H., assignor to Jackson & Perkins Com- 
pany, Newark, N. Y. Rose. 172 ; Apr. 7. 

Page, Stephen M., Port Arthur, Tex. Poinsettia. 176 ; 
Apr. 28. 

Poulsen, Svend, Copenhagen, Denmark, assignor to Jack- 
son and Perkins Company, Newark, N. Y. Rose. 182 ; 
June 9. 

Schmidt, Paul, Youngstown, Ohio. Buddleia. 206 ; Nov. 
17. 

Smith, Neville M., York, Pa. 
188 ; June 23. 

Spandikow, William, Jr., Maywood, 111. 
187 ; June 23. 

Spandikow, William, Jr., assignor to William Spandikow 
& Sons, Maywood, lU. Rose. 167; Feb. 25. 

Spandikow, William, & Sons. (See Spandikow, William, 
Tr s.ssi&mor' 1 

Sullivan, Charles E., Yuba City, Calif. Peach. 186; 
June 23. 

Texas Nursery Company. (See Mayhew, Clarence C, as- 
signor. ) 

Trauernicht, Erich C, assignor to Baker Bros. Company, 
Fort Worth, Tex. Pomegranate. 184 ; June 16. 

Van Rossem, Gerard A., Naarden, Netherlands, assignor to 
Jackson & Perkins Company, Newark, N. Y. Rose. 
170; Apr. 7. 

Watkins, Archibald F., assignor to Dixie Rose Nursery, 
Tyler, Tex. Rose. 162 ; Jan. 21. 

Watkins, Archibald F., Tyler, Tex., assignor of one-half 
to Jackson & Perkins Company, Newark, N. Y., and one- 
half to Dixie Rose Nursery, Tyler, Tex. Rose. 168 ; 
Jan. 21. 

Wilber, Rena E., Seattle, Wash. Rose. 178; June 2. 



Ornamental cherry tree. 
Rose plant. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



A. G. Vorm-Seidel & Naumann. (See Gebauer, Walter, 
assignor.) 

A. P. W. Paper Co. Inc. (See Farichild, William, as- 
signor.) 

A/S. Den Norske Eemfabrik. (See Neerbye, Willy, as- 
signor.) 

A/S Elektrisli Bureau. (See Meier, Brling, assignor.) 

A. & S. Shoe Engineering Co. (See Aronov, P., and 
Scott, assignors.) 

A and Z Cbain Company. (See Dalo, John, assignor.) 

A and Z Chain Company. (See Johnson, Sylvester A., 
assignor. ) 

Aalborg, Christian. (See Conrad, F., and Aalborg.) 

Aalbotg, Christian. (See Conrad, F., Aalborg, and 
French.) 

Aalborg, Christian, Springfield, Mass., assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. Circuit controlling apparatus. 2,039,376 ; 
May 5. 

Aalto, Alvar, Helsinki, Finland. Bending wood. 2,042,976 ; 
June 2. 

Aamodt, Thoralf, Westerleigh, assignor to Bell Telephone 
Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. T. Tuned 
vibrating system. 2,030,421 ; Feb. 11. 

Aanesen, Finn and T. Lindboe, Oslo. Norway. Sticking of 
strips. 2,062,280; Dec. 1. 

Aarni, Hannes, et al. (See Satugangas, Hannes, assignor.) 

Aaronson, Harry B., Camden, N. J., assignor to H. Brinton 
Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Striper for knitting ma- 
chines. 2,059,076; Oct. 27. 

Abadie, Jean-Baptiste J. M., Paris, France. Device for 
applying luminescent tubes to power transmission lines. 
2,030,491 ; Feb. 11. 

Abadjieff, Ivan V., Auburn, assignor to Leland-Gifford 
Company, Worcester, Mass. Fuel burning system and 
t apparatus therefor. 2,056,702 ; Oct. 6. 

Abate, Antonio G., Napa, Calif. Carburetor air intake 
and vaporizer. 2,029,210; Jan. 28. 

Abbe, Earl C., Longmeadow, Mass. Making piston pins. 
2,049,411 ; Aug. 4. 

Abbe, Earl C, Longmeadow, assignor to Moore Drop Forg- 
ing Company, Springfield, Mass. Making hinge leaves. 
2,081,244; Feb. 18. 

Abbey, Archie L., Flagstone, British Columbia, Canada. 
Gate. 2,044,658 ; June 16. 

Abbott, Charles C, Pittsfield, Mass., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Electric heating unit. 2,036,788 ; 
Apr. 7. 

Abbott, Charles C, Pittsfield, Mass., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Electric terminal connection. 
2,046,102; June 30. 

Abbott, Charles C, Pittsfield, Mass., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Electric heater. 2,053,933 ; Sept. 8. 

Abbott, Charles C, Pittsfield, Mass., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Electric soldering iron. 2,064,645 ; 
Dec 15 

Abbott, Charles W., Larchmont, N. Y., assignor to The 
Bryant Electric Company, Bridgeport, Conn. Appara- 
tus for applying conduits. 2,065,298 ; Dec. 22. 

Abbott, Charles W., Larchmont, N. Y., assignor to The 
Brvant Electric Company, Bridgeport, Conn. Conduit 
construction. 2,066,242 ; Dec. 29. 

Abbott, Edward J. assignor to Abbott Machine Company, 
Wilton. N. H. Winding machine. 2.028.140; Jan. 21. 

Abbott, Edward J., assignor to Abbott Machine Company, 
Wilton, N. H. Apparatus for fluid treating fibrous ma- 
terials. 2,031,588 ; Feb. 25. 

Abbott, Edward J., assignor to Abbott Machine Company, 
Wilton, N. H. Drying fibrous masses. 2,039,285 ; May 5. 

Abbott, Ernest J., and F. A. Firestone; said P. A. Fire- 
stone assignor to Regents of the University of Michigan, 
Ann Arbor, Mich. Apparatus for determining rough- 
ness of surfaces. 2,048,154 ; July 21. 

Abbott, Henry H., Yonkers, N. Y., assignor to American 
Telephone and Telegraph Company. Stock quotation 
system. 2,060,545 ; Nov. 10. 

Abbott, Henry H., Yonkera, N. Y., and N. D. Newby, 
Woodridge, N. J., assignors to American Telephone and 
Telegraph Company. Telephone system. 2,037,106 ; 
Apr. 14. 

Abbott, John, trustees et al. (See Pratt, William B., as- 
signor.) 

Abbott, Joseph, C. W. Fast and T. J. Abbott, Winnipeg, 
Manitoba, Canada : said Fast assignor tO' said Joseph 
Abbott and said Thomas J. Abbott. Pool and billiard 
table. 2,047,048 ; July 7. 

Abbott Laboratories. (See Raiziss, G. W., and Kremens, 
assignors.) 

Abbott Laboratories. (See Eavenscroft, Edward A., as- 
signor.) 

Abbott Laboratories. (See Volwiler, B. H., and Vliet, as- 
signors.) 

Abbott Machine Company. (See Abbott, Edward J., as- 
signor.) 



Abbott, Owen C, and P. A. Faust, assignors to The Bristol 
Company, Waterbury, Conn. Control system having sta- 
bilizing and anticipatory features. 2,062,437 ; Dec. 1. 

Abbott, Robert N., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to Manifold 
Vacuum Valve Corporation. Auxiliary air inlet valve. 
2,044,342 ; June 16. 

Abbott. Thomas A., Marblehead, and A. T. Sinks, Beach 
Bluff, Mass., assignors to General Electric Company. 
Volt-ampere hour meter. 2,048,534 ; July 21. 

Abbott, Thomas J. (See Abbott, J., Fast, and Abbott.) 

Abegg, Walter A., Los Angeles, Calif. Packing for joints. 
2,046,597 ; July 7. 

Abegg, Walter A., assignor of one-half to B. Reinhold, Los 
Angeles, Calif. Rotary disk bit. 2,046,598 ; July 7. 

Abegglen, Jean. (See Frischknecht, B., and Abegglen.) 

Abel, Walter T., West Cheshire, assignor to The Patent 
Button Company, Waterbury, Conn. Machine for mak- 
ing button backs and the like. 2,042,375 ; May 26. 

Abele, Richard P. (See Vandever, James R., assignor.) 

Abele, Richard P., Tulsa, Okla. Circulating oil well heater. 
2,035,381 ; Mar. 24. 

Abele, Richard P., Tulsa, Okla. Heater for oil wells, 
2,035,382 ; Mar. 24. 

Abell, Arthur H., New York, N. Y. Starter for engines. 
2,064.099 ; Dec. 15. 

Abell, Leonard H., Sycamore, 111. Cow's tail holder. 
2,053,388; Sept. 8. 

Abendroth, Otto A. (See Abendroth, Paul J. and O. A., 
and Wessenberg.) 

Abendroth, Paul J. and O. A., Appleton, and W. Wes- 
senberg, Menasha, Wis. Apparatus for making wire 
fabric seams. 2.049,187; July 28. 

Abercrombie & E^tch Company. (See Baxter, William P., 
assignor.) 

Aberle, H. C, Company. (See Reuther, Frank G., as- 
signor.) 

Abernethy, Harry D., Lakewood, Ohio. Railway track clr- 
cuit apparatus. 2,040,969 ; May 19. 

Abernethy, Julius W., S. J. Smyer, and A. B. Kuhn, New 
ton, N. C. Method and composition for treating friction 
fabric. 2,037,189 ; Apr. 14. 

Aberson, Nathaniel L., Detroit, Mich. Multiple unit fac- 
ing wall. 2,053,412; Sept. 8. 

Abilene Cotton Oil Company. (See Mackenzie, Alexander 
S., assignor.) 

Abkowitz, Harold B., New Castle, and P. H. Freshwater, 
Pittsburgh, assignor to Koppel Industrial Car and 
Equipment Company, Koppel, Pa. Mine car. 2,051,538 ; 
Aug. 18. 

Ableson, Harold H. (See Dalziel, G. A., and Ableson.) 

Aborn, Robert H. (See Bain, E. C, and Aborn.) 

Abraham, Herbert, assignor to The Ruberoid Co., New 
York, N. Y. Shingle. 2,047,161 : July 7. 

Abraham, Herbert, assignor to The Ruberoid Co., New 
York, N. Y. Flexible shingle. 2,050,218 ; Aug. 4. 

Abraham, Leonard G. (See Nyquist, H., Wright, and 
Abraham.) 

Abraham, Leonard G. (See Wright, S. B., and Abraham.) 

Abraham, Leonard G., Madison, N. J., assignor to Ameri- 
can Telephone and Telegraph Company. Transmission 
gain control. 2,037,107 ; Apr. 14. 

Abraham, Leonard G., Madison, N. J., assignor to Amer- 
ican Telephone and Telegraph Company. Two-way sig- 
naling system. 2.060.008 ; Nov. 10. 

Abraham, Leonard G., Madison, and D. Mitchell, Bound 
Brook, N. J., assignors to American Telephone and Tele- 
graph Company. Telephone transmission circuit. 
2,040,970; May 19. 

Abraham, Leonard G., Madison, and A. P. Grenell, Mont- 
clair, N. J. ; said Abraham assignor to American Tele- 
phone and Telegraph Company, and said Grenell as- 
signor to Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, 
New York, N. Y. Transmission system. 2,060,843; 
Nov. 17. 

Abrahams, Alexander I., New York, N. Y. Wave translat- 
ing device. 2,066,133 ; Dec. 29. 

Abrahams, Jacob M. (See Gottschalk, M., and Abrahams.) 

Abrahams, Samuel A., Redwood City, assignor to Plant 
Rubber & Asbestos Works, San Francisco, Calif. Manu- 
facturing basic magnesium carbonate. 2,027,714 ; Jan. 
14. 

Abrahamson, Gunnar V., et al. (See Nelson, Oscar C, 
assignor.) 

Abram, Ernest S., Heaton Chapel, Stockport, assignor of 
one-half to Harry Eva, Stockport, England. Bathing 
cap. 2,033,802 ; Mar. 10. 

Abrams, Allen, and C. L. Wagner, Wassau, assignors to 
Marathon Paper Mills Company, Rothschild, Wis. Sheet 
or film forming, or coating composition and preparing the 
same. 2.054,112 ; Sept. 15. 

Abrams, Allen, and C. L. Wagner, Wausau, assignors to 
Marathon Paper Company, Rothschild, Wis. Coated sheet 
material. 2,054,113 ; Sept. 15. 

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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1936 



Abrams, Allen, and C. L. Wagner, Wausau, assignors to 
Marathon Paper Mills Company, Bothschild, Wis. 
Foi-ming flexible self-sustaining sheet material. 
2,054,114; Sept. 15. „ 

Abrams, Allen, C. L. Wagner, and G. W. Forcey, Wausau, 
assignors to Marathon Paper Mills Company, Kotlischild, 
Wis. Composition for coating, laminating, and film form- 
ing. 2,054,115 ; Sept. 15. _ 

Abrams, Allen, C. L. Wagner, and G. W. Forcey, Wausau, 
assignors to Marathon Paper Mills Company, Rothschild, 
Wis. Laminated sheet material. 2,054,116 ; Sept. 15. 

Abrams, Armand J. (See Curtis, H. A., and Abrams.) 

Abrams, Avel tj. (See Abrams, 1., and Pesakof, assignors.) 

Abrams, Isaac, Kings County, and N. Pesakof, Bronx 
County, assignors, by mesne assignments, to Avel S. 
Abrams, New York, N. Y. Steam generating electric 
iron. 2.059,620 ; Nov. 3. 

Abrams, Jack B., Chicago, 111. Framed mirror. 2,031,627 ; 
Feb 25. 

Abrams, John M., Brooklyn, N. Y. Safetypin. 2,030,674 ; 
Feb. 11. 

Abrams, Mver, Brooklyn, N. Y. Convertible garment. 
2,064,399 ; Dec. 15. 

Abramson, Abraham, assignor to Raylite Trading Com- 
pany, Inc., New York, N. Y. Christmas tree electric 
socket and support-holder. 2,057,078; Oct. 13. 

Abramson, Ernest L., assignor to Westco Pump Corpora- 
tion, Davenport, Iowa. Pump. 2,034,549; Mar. 17. 

Abramson, Ernest L., Davenport, assignor to Micro-West- 
co, Inc., Bettendorf. Iowa. Pump. 2,056.553 ; Oct. 6. 

Abramson, Hugo, Lidingo, Sweden. Indicator gear for 
measuring instruments and the like. 2,203,318 ; Mar. 10. 

Abramson, John H., and E. C. Swanson, assignor to 
Greenlee Bros. & Co., Rockford, 111. Tubular boring 
tool. 2,027.139 ; Jan. 7. 

Abrasive Products, Inc. (See Walker, Charles R., as- 
signor.) 

Accardi, Ferruccio, assignor to Fiat Society. Anonima, 
Turin, Italy. All-metal automobile door. 2,056,440 ; 
Oct. 6. 

Accetta, Anthony C, Cleveland, Ohio. Artificial lure. 
2.051,978 : Aug. 25. 

Accles and Pollock Limited. (See Henderson, Leonard B., 
assignor.) 

Accounting Machines Ltd. (See Campos, Francisco, as- 
signor.) 

Accounting and Tabulating Corporation, The. (See Bald- 
win, Richard E.. assignor.) 

Accounting and Tabulating Corporation, The. (See 
Thomas, Arthur, assignor.) 

Accounting & Tabulating Corporation of Great Britain 
Limited. The. (See Gregory, C. W., and English, as- 
signors.) 

Accounting & Tabulating Corporation of Great Britain 
Limited, The. (See Thomas, Arthur, assignor.) 

Accumulator Aktiebolaget Leif Nobel. (See Hjelmblad, 
Karl W. J., assignor.) 

Accurate Spring Mfg. Company. (See Caestecker, Charles 
E., assignor.) 

Ace Carton Corporation. (See Berg, Edward C, as- 
signor. ) 

Ace Drill Company. (See Hayden, George D. and H. A., 
assignors.) 

Ace Fastener Corporation. (See Pankonin, William G., 
assignor.) 

Ace Fastener Corporation. (See Weber, William F., as- 
signor.) 

Ace Racket Strin.gers (Foreign Rights) Limited. (See 
Proctor, .Tames H., assignor.) 

Aceves, Julius G., New York, N. Y., assignor to Amy, 
Aceves & King, Inc., New York, N. Y. Duplex radio 
aerial system. 2,064,400 ; Dec. 15. 

Ach, Lorenz, Mannheim-Waldhof, and W. Dirscherl, Hei- 
delberg, Germany, assignors to Rare Chemicals, Inc., 
Nepera Park. N. Y. Sexual hormone derivatives. 
2.0.S1.581 ; Feb. 25. 

Ach, Lorenz, and C. von Hofe, assignors to C. F. Boehringer 
& Soehne G. m. b. H., Mannheim, Waldhof, Germany. 
Derivatives of amino-quinolines and making same. 
2,065,879 ; Dec. 29. 

Achauer, Charles V., Philo, and L. Price, Zanesville, Ohio, 
assignors to Hazel-Atlas Glass Company, Wheeling, W. 
Va. Apparatus for etching glass articles. 2,036,647 ; 
Apr. 7. 

Acheson Colloids Corporation. (See Syzmanowitz, Ray- 
mond, assignor.) 

Acheson. Marcus A., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to (Jen- 
eral Electric Company. Water jacket for electric dis- 
charge devices. 2.061,415 : Nov. 17. 

"Acldia." (See Boecker, Gustav. assignor.) 

Acieries De Gennevilliers Anciens Etablissements Delach- 
aux. (See Delachaux, Clarence L., assignor.) 

Acken, Marshall F., Woodbury, N. J., assignor to B. I. du 
Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Con- 
centrating sulphuric acid. 2.032,457 : Mar. 3. 

Acker, Frank E. Warrensvllle Heights, Ohio. Curtain 
stretcher. 2,042.874 : .Tune 2. 

Acker, John T. (See Wilson, J. R., Acker, and Hartman.) 

Ackerman, Frank. (See Gould, H.. and Ackerman.) 

Ackerman, Frank, University City, assignor to Curtis 
Manufacturing Company. St. Louis, Mo. Cleaning tele- 
phone switchboards. 2,043,278 ; June 9. 

Ackerman-Gould Corporation. (See Gould, H., and Acker- 
man, assignors.) 



Ackerman, James E., Devon, Conn., assignor to the Singer 
Manufacturing Company, Elizabeth, N. J. Hemmer at- 
tachment for sewing machines. 2,034,672 ; Mar. 17. 

Ackerman, James E., Devon, Conn., assignor to The Singer 
Manufacturing Company, Elizabeth, N. J. Binding at- 
tachment for sewing machines. 2,043,943 ; June 9. 

Ackerman, James E., Devon, Conn., assignor to The Singer 
Manufacturing Company, Elizabeth, N. J. Hem-folding 
and shaping device for sewing machines. 2,063,833 ; 
Dec. 8. 

Ackerman, William, Towners, N. Y., assignor to Mergen- 
thaler Linotype Company. Typographical composing 
machine. 2,051,803 ; Aug. 25. 

Ackermann, Franz. (See Graenacher, C, and Ackermann. ) 

Ackermann, Franz. (See (Sraenacher, C, Ackermann, 
Landolt, and Geigy.) 

Ackermann, Franz, Kinningen, near Basel, assignor to the 
firm of Society of Chemical Industry in Basle, Basel, 
Switzerland. Dyeing or coloring cellulose esters and 
cellulose ethers. 2,028,141 ; Jan. 21. 

.ickermann, Franz, Binningen, near Basel, assignor to 
the firm Society of Chemical Industry in Basle, Basel, 
Switzerland. Dyeing or coloring cellulose esters and 
cellulose others. 2,031.356 ; Feb. 18. 

Acklen, Thomas E., Memphis, Tenn. Resuscitator. 
2,036,248 ; Apr. 7. 

Ackles-Horukohl Company. (See Hornkohl, C. J., and 
Deppe, assignors.) 

Ackman, Howard E., and E. F. Carter, Emporium, Pa., 
assignors to Hygrade Sylvania Corporation. Salem, Mass. 
Space discharge tube. 2.047,944 ; July 21. 

Acksband Knitting Co. (See Buchholz, WiUiam C, as- 
signor.) 

Acly, Harry M. (See Treanor, E. D., and Acly, assignors.) 

Acme Air Appliance Company. (See Carliss, Albert E., 
assignor.) 

Acme Backing Corporation. (See Freydberg, Ralph M., 
assignor.) 

Acme Electric & Manufacturing Company, The. (See 
Comstock, J. A., and Dyer, assignors.) 

Acme Electric & Manufacturing Company, The, et al. (See 
Comstock, J. A., and Garstang, assignors.) 

Acme Indu.stries, Inc. (See Forrer, J. D., and Prough, 
assignors.) 

Acme Machine Works. (See Richbourg, James W., as- 
signor.) 

Acme Rayon Corporation. (See Huttinger, Charles A., 
assignor. ) 

Acme Rayon Corporation. (See Huttinger, C. A., and 
Timlowski. assignors.) 

Acme Sheet Metal Works. (See Suhr, Herman, assignor.) 

Acme Steel Company. (See Bigelow, Loyal A., assignor.) 

Acme Steel Company. (See Campbell, Arthur T., as- 
signor.) 

Acme Steel Company. (See Childress, William C, as- 
signor.) 

Acme Steel Company. (See Henderson, Clarence S., as- 
signor.) 

Acme Steel Company. (See MacChesney, Chester M., as- 
signor.) 

Acme Steel Company. (See MacChesney, C. M., and Wil- 
son, assignors.) 

Acme Steel Company. (See Ott, John E., assignor.) 

Acme Steel Companv. (See Wilson. Allen B., assignor.) 

Acme Steel & Malleable Iron Works, Inc. (See Ahles, 
Carl C, assignor.) 

Acme Steel & Malleable Iron Works, Inc. (See Parker, 
Prank O., assignor.) 

Acme Tank Cleaning Process Corporation. (See Olsson, 
Bengt, assignor.) 

Acocella, Philip F., Brooklyn, N. Y. Manicuring imple- 
ment. 2,056,379 ; Oct. 6. 

Acosta, Miguel B.. Los Angeles, Calif. Flushing device for 
drains. 2.061.553 ; Nov. 24. 

Acousti-Lectric Company. (See Loar, Lloyd A., assignor.) 

Acoustograph Limited. (See Democratis, Achille, as- 
signor.) 

Actiengesellschaft C. P. Goerz Optische Anstalt Actlova 
Spolecnost K. P. Goerz opticky ustav. (See Petschenig. 
Karl, assignor.) 

Actiengesellschaft C. P. Goerz Optische Anstalt Actiova 
Spolecnost K. P. Goerz Opticky Ustav. (See Raaber. 
Hans, assignor.) 

Activated Sludge Incorporated. (See Jones, E. R., Den- 
ton, and Coombs, assignors.) 

Acton, Frank, assignor to Francisco Auto Heater Company, 
Columbus, Ohio. Supporting means for automobile 
heaters. 2,049,792 ; Aug. 4. 

Acton, Russel D., Chicago, 111., assignor to International 
Harvester Company. Tractor planter. 2,062,282 ; 
Dec. 1. 

Acus. George. (See Fisher, H. C, and Acus.) 

Acushnet Process Company. (See Young, Philip B., as- 
signor.) 

Adair, Clark W., Imperial. Calif. Oscillating clothes 
washer. 2.039.508 ; May 5. 

Adair, Clark W.. Chicago, HI. Rotary steam friction 
motor. 2,043,788 ; June 9. 

Adair. John H.. Amarillo, Tex. Highway-rail vehicle. 
2.061.298 : Nov. 17. 

Adair, Samuel E. (See Jenkins, J. E., and Adair. t 

Adam, Frank, Electric Co. (See Adam, Frederick B., as- 
signor.) 



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Adam, Frederick B., St. Louis County, assignor to Frank 
Adam Electric Co., St. Louis, Mo. Electrical outlet box. 
2,033.602 ; Mar. 10. 

Adam, Geza. (See Nemeth, T., and Adam.) 

Adamant EuKineering Company Limited. (See Matravers, 
Frederick G., assiguor.) 

Adamcikas, Mykas, also known as Micliael Adamtcliik, 
AldwvcU, London, England. Ventilator. 2,050,757 ; 
Oct. 6. 

Adamczick, Kurt, et al. (See Herrmann, Ludwig, as- 
signor.) 

Adams, A. J., et al. (See Harriman, William L., assignor.) 

Adams, Archibald G., and J. Bertain, Three Rivers, Que- 
bec, Canada, assignors to International Paper Com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. Core crimping machine. 
2,056,380 ; Oct. 6. 

Adams, Arthur 11., Yonkers, N. Y. Liquid treating masses 
of fibers and other fine solids. 2,044,458 ; June 16. 

Adams, Arthur H., deceased, Jasper, Minn., R. L. Palmer, 
administrator. Load supporting device for automobiles. 
2,054,800; Sept. 22. 

Adams, Carl B., Oak, Calif. Fuel tank cap lock. 
2,041,887; May 19. 

Adams, Che.<^ter E., Hammond, Ind.. and F. W. Scheine- 
man, assignors to Standard Oil Company, Chicago, 111. 
Separation of wax from oils. 2,038,624; Apr. 28. 

Adams Company. Tlie. (See Meyer, John B., assignor.) 

Adams, Earl E., East Helena, Mont. Automatic heating 
plant for solid fuel consumption. 2,041,449 ; May 19. 

Adams, Edwin G., The Dalles, Oreg. Hose support. 
2,060,390; Nov. 10. 

Adams, Elmer W., Hammond, Ind., assignor to Standard 
Oil Company, Chicago, 111. Dispersing of phenol- 
phthalein in mineral lubricating oils. 2,063,575 ; 
Dec. 8. 

Adams, Elmer W., Hammond, Ind., and G. W. Flint, as- 
signors to Standard Oil Company, Chicago, 111. Hard 
water soluble oil. 2,039,377 ; May 5. 

Adams, Elmer W., and G. M. McNulty, Hammond, Ind., 
assignors to Standard Oil Company, Chicago, 111. 
Lubricant for free-wheeling. 2,048,479 ; July 21. 

Adams, Elmer W., and T. H. Rogers, Hammond. Ind., as- 
signors to Standard Oil Company, Chicago, 111. Fluid- 
circulating cleaning composition. 2,063.972 ; Dec. 15. 

Adams, Everett E., and M. P. Blomberg, assignors to 
Pullman-Standard Car Manufacturing Company, Chi- 
cago, 111. Rail car. 2,056.228 ; Oct. 6. 

Adams, Floyd W., Madison, Me., assignor to The Barrett 
Company, New York, N. Y. Process and apparatus for 
forming tapered fibrous units. 2,048,045 ; July 21. 

Adams, Frank H., Cleveland Heights, assignor to The 
Cleveland Hobbing Machine Company, Cleveland. Ohio. 
Multiple spindle hobbing machine. 2,032,646 ; Mar. 3. 

Adams, Frank H.. and W. H. Staples, Cleveland Heights, 
assignors to The Cleveland Hobbing Machine Company, 
Cleveland, Ohio. Hobbing machine. 2,048,173 ; July 
21. 

Adams, Frank J., University City, Mo., assignor to Fruit 
Supply Company, St. Louis, Mo. Basket. 2,050,911 ; 
Aug. 11. 

Adams, Frederick W., Stoneham, Mass., and G. S. Witham, 
Jr., Lincoln, N. H. Method of and apparatus for cook- 
ing pulp. 2,038.780 : Apr. 28. 

Adams, Frederick W., Stoneham, Mass., and G. S. Witham, 
Jr., Lincoln, N. H. Method of and apparatus for pro- 
ducing paper pulp. 2,045,818 ; June 30. 

Adams, Guy S. (See Blank, J. E., and Adams.) 

Adams, Harry D., Boston, Mass. Hinge. 2,032,078 ; 
Feb. 25. 

Adams, Henry L. (See Hedges, Ross E., assignor.) 

Adams, Henry T., and N. D. Nachtrieb, Chicago, 111., said 
Nachtrieb assignor to said Adams. Adjustable ring 
book. 2,055,273 ; Sept. 22. 

Adams, Herbert L., Washington. D. C. Parachute for 
passengers and/or aircraft. 2,032,824 ; Mar. 3. 

Adams, Herbert L., Washington, D. C. Safety fuel tank. 
2,041,450 ; May 19. 

Adams, Herbert L.. Washington, D. C. Retractable land- 
ing gear. 2.065.414 ; Dec. 22. 

Adams, J. D., Manufacturing Company. (See Cost, Wil- 
liam A., assignor.) 

Adams, J. D., Manufacturing Company. (See Notvest, 
Robert, assignor.) 

Adams, J. D., Manufacturing Company. (See Wallace, 
Floyd D., assignor.) 

Adams, James F. (See Nikitin. A. A., Myers, and Adams.) 

Adams, James L., Jr., Youngstown, Ohio. Metal rolling 
miU. 2,029,751 ; Feb. 4. 

Adams, James L., Jr., Youngstown, Ohio. Screw pump. 
2.030,560 ; Feb. 11. 

Adams, James L., Jr., Youngstown, Ohio. Oscillation- 
type lock. 2.031.089 : Feb. 18. 

Adams. James L., Jr., Youngstown, Ohio. Safety guard 
gate. 2,051,359 ; Aug. 18. 

Adams, James L., Jr., Youngstown. Ohio. Apparatus for 
controlling electrically transmitted musical programs. 
2,065,037 : Dec. 22. 

Adams, James L., Jr., assignor to The Youngstown Sheet 
and Tube Company, Youngstown, Ohio. Shaping meth- 
od and apparatus. 2,044,042 : .Tune 16. 

Adams, .Tames L., Jr., assignor to The Youngstown Sheet 
& Tube Company. Youngstown, Ohio. Interior bead 
trimmer. 2,054,311 ; Sept. 15. 



Adams, James L., Jr., assignor to The Youngstown Sheet 
and Tube Company, Youngstown, Ohio. Apparatus for 
the formation of articles by welding. 2,059,300 ; Nov. 8. 

Adams, John H., Seattle, Wash. Nonslipplng hairpin. 
2,020,760; Jan. 7. 

Adams, Jolm II., Seattle, Wash. Spring closing device. 
2,028,309 ; Jan. 21. 

Adams, John H., Seattle, Wash. Needle protector. 
2,040,289 ; May 12. 

Adams, John Q., Columbus, Ohio. Collapsible frame struc- 
ture for tents. 2,044,659 ; June 16. 

Adams, Joseph H., Detroit, Mich. Vacuum cleaning ap- 
paratus. 2,044,827 ; June 23. 

Adams, Nicholas M., Chicago, 111., assignor to Wilson & 
Co., Inc. Weasand product and method of preparing. 
2,062,489 ; Dec. 1. 

Adams, Orlando P., Irwin, C. D. Phillips, Pittsburgh, and 
J. B. Vorce, McKeesport, Pa., assignors to National 
Tube Company. Apparatus for determining fluid density. 
2,035,039 ; Mar. 24. 

Adams, Porter H., Thetford, Vt. Wind tunnel balance. 
2,065,496 ; Dec. 29. 

Adams, Robert, Bad Kreuznach, assignor to Seitz-Werke 
G. m. b. H., Rheinland, Germany. Sifting, straining, 
or filtering apparatus. 2,061,340; Nov. 17. 

Adams, Roger, Urbana, 111., H. Eatough, Wilmington, Del., 
and C. S. Marvel, Urbana, 111., assignors to E. I. du 
Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Prepa- 
ration of halogen alkanesulphonic acids. 2,036,249 ; 
Apr. 7. 

Adams, Roy L., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Arcing tip and making the same. 
2,034.550 ; Mar. 17. 

Adams, Royal E., assignor to E. Pederson, Los Angeles, 
Calif., as trustee. Electric brake mechanism for auto 
trucks and trailers. 2,039,509 ; May 5. 

Adams, Thomas E., Derby, N. Y. Hoist. 2,039,870 ; May 5. 

Adams, W. L. (See Bird, Len O., assignor.) 

Adams, Walter L., assignor to The Enterprise Manufactur- 
ing Company, Akron, Ohio. Fishing reel. 2,055,447 ; 
Sept. 22. 

Adams, Walter L., assignor to The Enterprise Manufac- 
turing Company, Akron, Ohio. Drag handle mechanism 
for fishing reels. 2,055,448 ; Sept. 22. 

Adams, Walter L., assignor to, the Enterprise Manufac- 
turing Company, Akron, Ohio. Fishing reel. 2,059,765 ; 
Nov. 3. 

Adams, Wilbur C. (See De Groote, M., Adams, Keiser, 
and Wirtel, assignors.) 

Adams, William G., Greensboro, N. C. Safety razor and 
blade combination. 2,039,047 ; Apr. 28. 

Adams, William G., Greensboro, N. C. Safety razor. 
2,047,608; July 14. 

Adams, William M., assignor of one-half to Louis Sadowski, 
Detroit, Mich. Cigarette package. 2,049,680 ; Aug. 4. 

Adamson, George H. (See Newton, G. B., and Adamson.) 

Adamson, James H., Larchmont, N. Y. Folding grand- 
stand. 2,054,960 ; Sept. 22. 

Adamson, Percy, Rye, assignor to United States Rubber 
Company, New York, N. Y. Headwear. 2,040,456 ; 
May 12. 

Adamson, Seth, Larchmont, assignor to United States 
Rubber Products, Inc., New York, N. Y. Flexible head- 
wear. 2,052,123 ; Aug. 25. 

Adamson, William A., assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours 
& Company, Wilmington, Del. Pigment. 2,032,458 ; 
Mar. 3. 

Adamtchlk, Michael (also known as). (See Adamcikas, 
Mykas.) 

Ad Art Craft, Inc. (See Shaw, Louis B., assignor.) 

Adaskin, John, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Banking de- 
vice for vehicles. 2,045,562 ; June 80. 

Additon, Forrest, Flowery Branch, Ga. Bathtub. 
2,058,284; Oct. 20. 

Addressograph Company. (See Curtis, Franklin E., as- 
signor.) 

Addressograph Company. (See Gollwitzer, Walter T., as- 
signor.) 

Addressograph Company. (See Hartley, Emmett C, as- 
signor.) 

Addressograph-Multigraph Corporation. (See Gollwitzer, 

Walter T., assignor.) 
Addressograph-Multigraph Corporation. (See Morse, 

Lawrence H., assignor.) 
Addressograph-Multigraph Corporation. (See Osborn, 

Henry C, assignor.) 
Addressograph-Multigraph Corporation. (See Rowell, 

George S., assignor.) 
Addressograph-Multigraph Corporation. (See Sand, 

Charles H., Jr., assignor.) 
Addy. Charles W. (See Kinsella, E.. and Addy.) 
Addy, Charles W. (See Parkinson, R. H., and Addy.) 
Addy, Roland, and S. Gill, assignors to The Carlton Main 

Colliery Company Limited, Barnsley. England. Retort 

for use in the low temperature distillation of carbona- 
ceous material. 2,037,556 ; Apr. 14. 
Adell, John A., Orange, Mass. Yarn measuring device. 

2.043.569 ; June 9. 
Adell, John A., Orange, assignor of one-half to A. L. 

Johnson, Worcester, Mass. Lifting Jack. 2,033,503 ; 

Mar. 10. 
Adell, John A., Orange, assignor of one-half to Alvin 

L. Johnson, Worcester, Mass. Jack. 2,057,870 ; Oct. 

20. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 193G 



Adelmann, Hans, New Eochelle, assignor to Ham Boiler 
Corporation, Port Chester, N. Y. Ham boiler. 
2,051,360 ; Aug. 18. 

Aderholz, Josepli W., Houston, Tex. Portable bed for ve- 
hicles. 2,065,415 ; Dec. 22. 

Adey, Grace B., Totteridge, London, England. Effecting 
tbe electro-deposition of metals. 2,046,440 ; July 7. 

Ad-Here Paper Company. (See Carpenter, Harry E., as- 
signor.) 

Adhesive Products Company, The. (See Harrison, Wood- 
ford P., assignor.) 

Adico Development Corporation. (See Goosmann, Justus 
C, assignor.) 

Adimari, Italo V., Philadelphia, Pa. Malsing textile combs. 
2,065.038 ; Dec. 22. 

Adirondack Steel Foundries Corporation. (See Sherman, 
Clifton W., assignor.) 

Adison, Edward A., Chicago, 111. Screw driver. 2,040,723 ; 
May 12. 

Adlvins, Homer, Madison, Wis. Preparing contact cata- 
lysts. 2,040,233 ; May 12. 

Adklns, Homer, Madison, Wis., and C. F. Winans, Akron, 
Ohio. Catalytic synthesis of amines. 2,045,574 ; June 
30. 

Adkins, Homer, Madison, Wis., and H. I. Cramer, Cuyahoga 
Falls, Ohio. Catalytic synthesis of peterocyclic amines 
and products produced thereby. 2,058,547 ; Oct. 27. 

Adlake Company, The. (See Brown, Ralph, assignor.) 

Adlake Company, The. (See Christy, George C, as- 
signor.) 

Adlake Company, The. (See Gehrand, C. E., and Larson, 
assignors.) 

Adlake Company, The. (See Hagerty, Andrew T., as- 
signor.) 

Adlake Company, The. (See Hamm, William S., as- 
signor.) 

Adlake Company, The. (See Larson, Carl H., assignor.) 

Adlake Company, The. (See Larson, C. H., and McCarthy, 
assignors.) 

Adlake Company, The. (See Moderau, Herman, assignor.) 

Adlake Company, The. (See Sevison, Harry D., assignor.) 

Adlam, Thomas N., West Orange, N. J. Heating system. 
2,060,844 ; Nov. 17. 

Adlam, Thomas N., Bethlehem, Pa., assignor to Sarco 
Company, Inc. Heating apparatus. 2,046,760 ; July 7. 

Adlam, Thomas N., Bethlehem, Pa., assignor to Sarco 
Company, Inc. Heating system. 2,053,759 ; Sept. 8. 

Adler, Benjamin, Whitestone, N. Y., assignor to Radio C!or- 
poration of America. Synchronizing system. 2,039,869 ; 
May 5. 

Adler, Benjamin H., Chicago, 111. Changeable sign and 
letters therefor. 2,038,978 ; Apr. 28. 

Adler, Carl, Lorain, Ohio. Wrist pin oiler and piston rod 
connecter. 2,033,906 ; Mar. 17. 

Adler, Charles, Jr., Baltimore, Md. Signal. 2,029,211 ; 
Jan. 28. 

Adler, Charles, Jr., Baltimore, Md. Highway patrol sys- 
tem. 2,051,194 ; Aug. 18. 

Adler, Harry, Mile End, England. Theft alarm for At- 
tache cases and similar articles. 2,038,625 ; Apr. 28. 

Adler, Herman G. (See Darnell, R. C, and Adler.) 

Adler, Howard, Chicago Heights, 111., assignor to Victor 
Chemical Works. Alkaline trisodium phosphate. 
2,050,249 ; Aug. 11. 

Adler Manufacturing Co. (See Cummins, Norman W., as- 
signor. ) 

Adler, Martha, Carlsbad, Czechoslovakia. Purification of 
water. 2,041,584; May 19. 

Adolf, Gustav. (See Haas, J., and Adolf.) 

Adolfson, Gunnar, Chicago, 111., assignor to Eindsberger 
Manufacturing Corporation. Fixture. 2,048,313 ; 
July 21. 

Adrian, Matthew B., assignor to Adrian X-Ray Shoe Fitter 
Company, Milwaukee, Wis. X-ray equipment for in- 
spection. 2,041,682 ; May 26. 

Adrian X-Ray Shoe Fitter Company. (See Adrian, Mat- 
thew B., assignor.) 

Adrianotf, Alexandre, Brussels, Belgium. Coal burner. 
2,031,199 ; Feb. 18. 

Adsit, Frank W., St. Paul, assignor to Rotary Carton Ma- 
chine Company, Minneapolis, Minn. Automatic carton 
forming and stacking machine. 2.035,857 ; Mar. 31. 

Adt, John B., Company. (See Zeun, Louis H., assignor.) 

Advance Engineering Corporation. (See Taylor, Donald 
D., assignor.) 

Adverlite, Inc. (See Gauthier, Alfred B., assignor.) 

Aeberli, Arnold, Zurich, Switzerland. Stretching mecha- 
nism for stretching textile fibers for mules, ring spin- 
ning, and stretching machines. 2,045,338; June 23. 

Aeckerle, Emil, assignor to the firm Chemische Fabrik Job. 
A. Benckiser G. m. b. H., Ludwigshafen-on-the-Rhlne, 
Germany. Making anhydrous citric acid. 2,030,619; 
Feb. 11. 

Aeolian-Skinner Organ Company. (See Hardy, Maurice E., 
assignor.) 

Aeriet Air Conditioner Company. (See Child, Lachlan W., 
assignor.) 

Aeriet Air Conditioner Company. (See Riebel, F., Jr., and 
Child, assignors.) 

Aermotor Company. (See Scholes, Daniel R., assignor.) 

Aero-Style Corporation. (See Zimmerman, Emory K., 
assignor.) 

Aerovox Corporation. (See Cole, Samuel I., assignor.) 

Aerovox Corpora tiouv (See Georgiev, Alexander, as- 
signor.) 



Aerovox Corporation. (See Rhodes, Howard E., assignor.) 
Aerovox Corporation. (See Waterman, Herbert, assignor.) 
Aerovox Wireless Corporation. (See Heyman, Sam, as- 
signor.) 
Aeschbach, Friedrich, Aarau, Switzerland. Machine for 
mixing, stirring, and kneading dough. 2,036,112 ; Mar. 

Aetna Rubber Company, The. (See Campbell, Stanley T., 

assignor.) 
Affel, Herman A., Ridgewood, N. J., assignor to American 

Telephone and Telegraph (Jompany. Frequency control 

distribution. 2,036,383 ; Apr. 7. 
AfCel, Hei-man A., Ridgewood, and E. I. Green, East 

Orange, N. J., assignors to American Telephone and 

Telegraph Company. Power line carrier system. 

2.048.091 ; July 21. 

Affel, Herman A., Ridgewood, and E. I. Green, East 
Orange, N. J., assignors to American Telephone and 
Telegraph Company. Power line carrier system. 

2.048.092 ; July 21. 

Affleck, Gregor S., Detroit, Mich. Fluid gauge. 2,054,579 ; 
Sept. 15. 

Agasote Millboard Company, The. (See Becher, Hubert 
L., assignor.) 

Agasote Millboard Company, The. (See Harvey, Harold C, 
assignor.) 

Agate, Cecil C, Orange, N. J., and M. M. Einson, Yonkers, 
N. Y., assignors to Einson-Freeman Co., Inc. Amuse- 
ment device. 2,048,365 ; July 21. 

Agfa Ansco Corporation. (See Bornm'ann, Carl, assignor.) 

(See Brunken, Johannes, as- 



Agfa Ansco Corporation. 

signer.) 
Agfa Ansco Corporation. 
Agfa Ansco Corporation. 

Diirr, assignors.) 
Agfa Ansco Corporation. 

assignors.) 
Agfa Ansco Corporation. 
Agfa Ansco Corporation. 
Agfa Ansco Corporation. 
Agfa Ansco Corporation. 

assignors.) 
Agfa Ansco Corporation. 

signer.) 
Agfa Ansco Corporation. 
Agfa Ansco Corporation. 

assignors.) 
Agfa Ansco Corporation. 
Agfa Ansco (Corporation. 
Agfa Ansco Corporation. 
Agfa Ansco Corporation. 

signors.) 
Agfa Ansco Corporation. 

signors.) 
Agfa Ansco Corporation. 
Agfa Ansco Corporation. 

signor.) 
Agfa Ansco Corporation. 

signor.) 
Agfa Ansco Corporation. 

signor.) 
Agfa Ansco Corporation. 

manns, assignors.) 
Agfa Ansco Corporation. 
Agfa Ansco Corporation. 

assignors.) 
Agfa Ansco Corporation. 
Agfa Ansco Corporation. 

assignors.) 
Aggers, Clair V., Forest Hills, assignor to Westinghouse 

Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pittsburgh, 

Pa. High voltage testing device. 2,050,250 ; Aug. 11. 
Agnew, Norman F., assignor to The Union Switch & Sig- 
nal Company, Swlssvale, Pa. Remote control apparatus. 

a,05:i,336; Aug. 25. 
Agostineto, Giacomo, Trout Creek, Mich. Leather knife. 

2,063,653 ; Dec. 8. 
Agricola, Alfred, Berlin-Tempelhof, assignor to Allge- 

meine Elektricitatz, Berlin, Germany. Tuning indica- 
tor. 2,031,295 ; Feb. 18. 
Agterberg, Gustaaf A., assignor of one-half to S. J. van 

den Berg, Amsterdam, Netherlands. Latch fastening 

for doors, windows, and the like. 2,039,048 ; Apr. 28. 
Aguelo. Dionisio. (See Gazulla, V., and Aguelo.) 
Agulnek, Harry, assignor to S. Mishcon, doing business 

as Supreme Knitting Machine Co., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Pattern wheel. 2,055,598 ; Sept. 29. 
i.gulnek, Harry, assignor to S. Mishcon, doing business 

as Supreme Knitting Machine Co., Brooklyn, N. T. 

Pattern wheel. 2,055,599 ; Sept. 29. 
Ahern, Harry H., Newport News, Va. Heel and arch sup- 
port. 2,055,399; Sept. 22. 
Aherne, Francis E., Tufts College, Mass. Road surface 

mixing device. 2,031,628 ; Feb. 25. 
Ahlbell Battery Container Corporation. (See Case, 6, 

Harry, assignor.) 
Ahlberg Bearing Company. (See Okner, B. S., and Nel- 
son, assignors.) 
Ahlburg Company. (See Mumma, H. J., and Ahlburg, 

assignors.) 
Ahlburg Company. (See Mumma, 

assignors.) 

Ahlburg, Frank. (See Mumma, H. J., and Ahlburg.) 
Ahlenius, Marie, assignor of one-third to M. H. Herman, 

Chicago, 111. Punching device. 2,030,346 ; Feb. 11. 



(See Dieterle, Walter, assignor.) 
(See Dieterle, W., Walter, and 

(See Dieterle, W., and Zeh, 

(See Erlach, Alois, assignor.) 
(See Frohlich, Alfred, assignor.) 

(See Frost. Paul, assignor.) 
(See Frost, P., and Beckenbauer, 

(See Goldhammer, Leo, as- 

(See Hagedorn, Max, assignor.) 
(See Hagedorn, M., and Moller, 

(See Heymer, Gerd, assignor.) 

(See Kipphan, Karl, assignor.) 

(See Lessler, Lew W., assignor.) 

(See Lingg, A., and Frost, as- 

(See Lingg, A., and Gelius, as- 

(See Maiser, Georg, assignor.) 
(See Roehrl, Bruno C, as- 

(See' Schmidt, Richard, as- 

(See Schneider, Wilhelm, as- 

(See Schneider, W., and Wil- 

(See Tanzen, August, assignor.) 
(See Ulrich, H., and Saurwein, 

(See Zeh, Walter, assignor.) 
(See Zeh, W., and Schneider, 



H. J., and Leonard, 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



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Ahlea, Carl C, Albany, assignor to Acme Steel & Malleable 
Iron Works, Inc., BufEalo, N. Y. Joint support and con- 
struction making use thereof. 2,037,872 ; Apr. 21. 

Ahlmark, Roy B., and F. W. Young, assignors of forty- 
five per cent to H. S. Miller, forty-five per cent to said 
Ahlmark, and ten per cent to E. McMahon, Oklahoma 
City, Okla. Collapsible basket. 2,042,977; June 2. 

Ahlquist, Uustaf R., Great Falls, Mont. Punch. 
2,031,024; Feb. 18. 

Ahnger, Yrjo A., Crockett, Calif. Sewing machine at- 
tachment. 2,051,237 ; Aug. 18. 

AhnstrOm, Erik G., Stockholm, Sweden, assignor to Elec- 
tiolux Corporation, Dover, Del. Vacuum cleaner. 
2,037,557 ; Apr. 14. 

Aho, Tahvan E., Waukegan, 111. Sanding wheel for shoes. 
2,038,154 ; Apr. 21. 

Ahrens-Fox Fire Engine Company, The. (See Pox, Charles 
H., assignor.) 

Ahrens, Henry A., Cleveland, and E. F. Kennedy, Garfield 
Heights, Ohio, and J. E. Is'ason, Erie, Pa., assignors to 
The Cleveland Co-Operative Stove Company, Cleveland, 
Ohio. Stove or range. 2,045,061 ; June 23. 

Ahrens, Robert S. (See Seeger, W. G., and Ahrens.) 

Ahrndt, Arthur H., and J. Folk, assignors to U. S. Slicing 
Machine Company, La Porte, Ind. Slicing machine 
knife guard and grinding mechanism. 2,052,366 ; Aug. 
25. 

Alcher, Alfred K, assignor to Yarnall-Waring Company, 
Philadelphia, Pa. Water column displacement Weight. 
2,028,858 ; Jan. 28. 

Aiekelin, Hans, Summit, N. J., assignors to General Ani- 
line Works, Inc., New York, N. Y. Production of mix- 
tures of secondary and tertiary aromatic amines and 
preparing them. 2,051,123 ; Aug. 18. 

Aigner, Hans, assignor to Eric von Latscher-Latka, 
Vienna, Austria. Slug-shooting attachment for machine 
guns. 2.061,341 ; Nov. 17. 

Aigner, Viktor, Berlin-Charlottenburg, Germany, assignor 
to General Electric Company. Supervision of electric 
systems. 2.052,377 ; Aug. 25. 

Aiken, Charles B., assignor to Bell Telephone Laboratories, 
Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Common frequency 
broadcasting system. 2,033,271 ; Mar. 10. 

Aiken, Walter S., assignor to The Clark-Aiken Company, 
Lee, Mass. Web handling apparatus. 2,059,979 ; Nov. 3. 

Aiken, Walter S., assignor to The Clark-Aiken Company, 
Lee, Mass. Paper cutting apparatus. 2,062,737 ; Dec. 1. 

Alkens, Andrew J., Rutherford, N. J., assignor to American 
Telephone and Telegraph Company. Reduction of dis- 
turbing voltages in electric circuits. 2,037,846 ; Apr. 21. 

Aikins, Herbert A., Cleveland, Ohio. Calculating device. 
2,063,287 ; Dec. 8. 

Aikman, Burton S. (See Crittenden, P. L., and Aikman.) 

Aikman, Burton S., Wilkinsburg, assigilor to The Westing- 
house Air Brake Company, Wilmerding, Pa. Brake sys- 
tem. 2.030.955 ; Feb. 18. 

Aikman, Burton S., Wilkinsburg, assignor to The West- 
inghouse Air Brake Company, Wilmerding, Pa. Com- 
pressor unloader. 2,042.085 ; May 26. 

Aikman, Burton S., Wilkinsburg, assignor to The West- 
inghouse Air Brake Company, Wilmerding, Pa. Braking 
apparatus. 2,058,050 ; Oct. 20. 

Aikman, Burton S., Wilkinsburg, assignor to The West- 
Inghouse Air Brake Company, Wilmerding, Pa. Electro- 
pneumatic brake. 2,061,888 ; Nov. 24. 

Aikman, Burton S., Wilkinsburg, assignor to The West- 
inghouse Air Brake Company, Wilmerding, Pa. Hydro- 
pneumatic brake. 2,065,203 ; Dec. 22. 

Aikman, Burton S., Wilkinsburg, assignor to The West- 
inghouse Air Brake Company. Wilmerding, Pa. Com- 
pressor unloading device. 2,065,204 ; Dec. 22. 

Alnsworth, Albert A., Ossining, N. Y. Hinged card. 
2,038,468 ; Apr. 21. 

Alnsworth Manufacturing Company. (See Potter, Albert 
T., assignor.) 

Air Conditioners, Inc. (See Marr, George M., assignor.) 

Air Conditioning Equipment Corporation. (See Erschen, 
C. P., and Jepertinger, assignors.) 

Air Drill Corporation, The. (See Crosman, James H., 3d, 
assignor.) 

Airetool Manufacturing Company, The. (See Hamilton, 
Walter T., assignor.) 

Air-Flo Corporation. (See Warner, Earl S., assignor.) 

Air Ice Research & Development Corp. (See Clark, Wal- 
ter G., assignor.) 

Air-Maze Corporation. (See Schaaf, A. E., and Walton, 
assignors.) 

Airotar Development Company. (See Ewers, Rolo S., as- 
signor. ) 

Airplane and Marine Direction Finder Co. (See Hefele, 
Edward J., assignor.) 

Air-Preheater Corporation, The. (See Eriksson, Erik O., 
assignor.) 

Air Reduction Company. (See Anderson, James L., as- 
signor.) 

Air Reduction Company. (See Balcar, Frederick R., as- 
signor.) 

Air Reduction Company. (See Corwin, Howard D., as- 
signor.) 

Air Reduction Company. (See Deming, George M., as- 
signor. ) 

Air Reduction Company. (See Byans, Charles T., as- 
signor.) 

Air Reduction Company. (See Hughey, Howard G., as- 
signor.) 



(See McKiernan, J. D., and 
(See Metzger, Floyd J., assign- 



Air Reduction Company. 
Begerow, assignors.) 

Air Reduction Company, 
or.) 

Air Reduction Company. (See Ost, William R., assignor.) 

Air Reduction Company. (See Ragounet, Eugene L., aa 
signer.) 

Air Reduction Company. (See Schlitt, Joseph L., as- 
signor.) 

Air Reduction Company. (See Smith, Donald L., as- 
signor.) 

Air Reduction Company. (See Van Nuys, Claude C. 
assignor.) 

Air Reduction Company. (See Wilkinson, Walter, as 
signor.) 

Air Reduction Company. (See Wilkinson, W., and Schlitt, 
assignors.) 

Air reduction Company, Inc. (See Hamilton, James K., as 
signor.) 

Air Reduction Company, Inc. (See Ost, W. R., and Hughey, 
assignors.) 

Air Reduction Company, Inc. (See Rooke, R. M., and 
Saacke, assignors.) 

Air Reduction Company, Inc. (See Smith, Donald L., 
assignor.) 

Air Systems Incorporated. (See Burner, James A., as 
signor.) 

Air-Way Blectrio Appliance Corpora tiorw. (See JDow, 
Dewey M., assignor.) 

Airway Electric Appliance Corporation. (See Hunsdorf 
William P., assignor.) 

Air-Way Electric Appliance Corporation. (See Johnson 
Thomas A.., assignor.) 

•Air- Way Electric Appliance Corporation. (See Riebel, 
Frederick, Jr., assignor.) 

Air- Way Electric Appliance Corporation. (See Riebel, F. 
Jr., and Dow, assignors.) 

Air- Way Electric Appliance Corporation. (See Riebel 
P., Jr., Dow, and Child, assignors.) 

Air-Zone Stoker Company. (See MacNerland, William 
assignor.) 

Aivaz, Boris, Budapest, Hungary. Cigarette tube and ap- 
paratus for making such tubes. 2,035,211 ; Mar. 24. 

Aivaz, Boris, Budapest, Hungary. Smoke filter plug or 
wad for cigarette paper tubes. 2,064,239 ; Dec. 15. 

Ajax Electric Company. (See Clamer, GuiUiam H., as- 
signor.) 

Ajax Electro thermic Corporation. (See Northrup, Edwin 
F., assignor.) 

Ajax Manufacturing Company, The. (See Blakeslee, John 
R., assignor.) 

Ajax Manufacturing Company, The. (See Criley, William 
W., assignor.) 

Ajax Manufacturing Co., The. (See Gaines, Frederick W., 
assignor.) 

Ajouelo, Davis J., Atlanta, Ga. Machine for making and 
inserting metallic fastenings. 2,036,988 ; Apr. 7. 

Ajouelo, Davis J., and J. L. Moore, Atlanta, Ga. Machine 
for making and Inserting metallic fasteners. 2,049,240 ; 
July 28. 

Akast, Hector, and R. K. Smith, Whangarei, New Zealand. 
Fuel carbureting or vaporization means for internal com- 
bustion engines. 2,054,734 ; Sept. 15. 

Akay Electron Co. (See Arnhym, Albert A., assignor.) 

Aken, James N., Rome, assignor to General Cable Corpora- 
tion, New York, N. Y. Treating metals. 2,047,814; 
July 14. 

Aker, Leonard, San Francisco, Calif. Folder. 2,035,254 ; 
_ Mar. 24. 

Akerman, Olof, assignor to AllmUnna Svenska Elektriska 
Aktiebolaget, Vasteras, Sweden. Arrangement for driv- 
ing vehicles by means of internal combustion machines. 
2,053,887; Sept. 8. 

Akester, Joseph C, assignor to Winsor Axia Pans Limited, 
London, England. Screw fan ventilator. 2,048,985 ; 
July 28. 

Akins, Randall P., Denver, Colo. Flotation machine. 
2,028,179 ; Jan. 21. 

Akron Brass Blanufaeturing Company. (See Schellin, 
John C, assignor.) 

Akron Brass Manufacturing Company, The. (See Schellin, 
John C, assignor.) 

Akron Lamp Company, The. (See Hoff, Chester A., as- 
signor.) 

Akron Standard Mold Company, The. (See Bostwick, 
Henry C, assignor.) 

Akroyd, Harry W., Philadelphia, Pa. Ornamenting trans- 
parent articles. 2,040.163; May 12. 

Aktiebolaget Atlas Diesel. (See Thege, Edvin 0. P., as- 
signor.) 

Aktiebolaget Atlas Diesel. (See Thege, E. 0. P., and 
Angkvist, assignors.) 

Aktiebolaget Atmos. (See Blomquist, Johan V., assignor.) 

Aktiebolaget Defibrator. (See Asplund, Arne J. A., as- 
signor.) 

Aktiebolaget Gerh. Arehns Mekaniska Verkstad. (See 
Johnson, Bror A. B , assignor.) 

Aktiebolaget Gerh. Arehns Mekaniska Verkstad. (See Von 
Segebaden, E., and Urstrom, assignors.) 

Aktiebolaget Gotaverken. (See Johanssen, Johan R., as- 
signor. ) 

Aktiebolaget Imo-Industrl. (See Montellus, Carl O. J., 
assignor.) 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1936 



Aktiebolaget Kemiska Patentai'. (See Wallny, John G., 
assignor.) 

Aktiebolaget Ljungstroms Angturbin. (See Lysholm, Alt, 
assignor.) 

Aktiebolaget Maleus Holmquist. (See Bergstrom, John, 
assignor.) 

Aktiebolaget Master Eegulator. (See Salenius, C. G. T., 
assignor.) 

Aktiebolaget Milo. (See Lysliolm, Alf, assignor.) 

Aktiebolaget Milo. (See Lysholm, A., and Boestad, as- 
signors.) 

Aktiebolaget Mo Och Domsjo Wallboard Company. (See 
Lundback, Thor A. I., assignor.) 

Aktibolaget Nomy. (See Wallgren, August G. F., as- 
signor.) 

Aktiebolaget Nomy. (See Wallgren, A. G. F., and Jan- 
son, assignors.) ,^ ^ 

Aktiebolaget Nordiska Armaturfahrikerna. (See Lundborg, 

B. H., and Tillberg, assignors.) 

Aktiebolaget Rimo. (See Llndeberg, Stig, assignor.) 

Aktiebolaget Separator-Nobel. (See Andersson, Gustav 
H., assignor.) 

Aktieholaget Separator-Nobel. (See Walch, Henri, as- 
signor.) ^ 

Aktiebolaget Spontan. (See Andersson, Nils F., assignor.) 

Aktiebolaget Spontan. (See Ljungstrom, Fredrik, as- 
signor.) 

Aktiebolaget Spontan. (See Wettstein, Fritz A., as- 
signor.) 

Aktiebolaget Stille-Werner. (See Nordin, Josef A., as- 
signor.) 

Aktiebolaget Svenska Flaktfabrlken. (See Edholm, Harald, 
assignor. ) 

Aktiebolaget Svenska Kullagerfabriken. (See Fernstrom, 
Gustav W., assignor.) 

Aktiebolaget Svenska Kullagerfabriken. (See KyWn, Karl 
E., assignor.) 

Aktiebolaget Svenska Kullagerfabriken. (See Nilsson, 
Karl G. V., atsignor.) 

Aktiebolaget Svenska Kullagerfabriken. (See Palmgren, 
Nils A., assignor.) 

Aktiebolaget Teimisk Isolation. (See Hunters, Carl G., as- 
signor.) 

Aktiebolaget Transitoria. (See Ljungstrom, Erik, as- 
signor.) , ^ 

Aktiebolaget Transitoria. (See LjungstrSm, E., and 01s- 
son, assignors.) 

Aktiebolaget Zander & Ingestrom. (See Hallman, Nils, 
assignor.) 

Aktiengesellschaft Brown, Boveri & Cie. (See Aubort, 
Edouard, assignor.) 

Aktiengesellschaft Brovs'n Boveri & Cie. (See Brynhildsen, 

C, and Kern, assignors.) 

Aktiengesellschaft, Brown Boveri & Cie. (See Ehrens- 

perger, Charles, assignor.) 
Aktiengesellschaft Brown Boveri & Cie. (See Ehrensper- 

ger, C, Widmer, Gaudenzi. and Brunner, assignors.) 
Aktiengesellschaft Brown Boveri & Cie. (See Fassler, 

Emmanuel, assignor. ) 
Aktiengesellschaft Brown Boveri & Cie. (See Franz, Leo, 

assignor.) 
Aktiengesellschaft Brown Boveri & Cie. (See HUrlimann, 

Max, assignor. ) 
Aktiengesellschaft Brown Boveri & Cie. (See Kern, Erwin, 

assignor.) 
Aktiengesellschaft Brown Boveri & Cie. (See Kopelio- 

witsch, Jakob, assignor.) 
Aktiengesellschaft Brown Boveri & Cie. (See Kopelio- 

witch, J., and Wanger, assignors.) 
Aktiengesellschaft Brown, Boveri & Cie. (See Latzko, J., 

and Plechl, assignors.) 
Aktiengesellschaft Brown Boveri Cie. (See Leiithold, 

Armin, assignor.) 
Aktiengesellschaft Brown Boveri & Cie. (See Mertens, 

Franz, assignor.) 
Aktiengesellschaft Brown, Boveri & Cie. (See Noack, 

Walter G., assignor.) 
Aktiengesellschaft Brown Boveri & Cie. (See Oertel, Wil- 

helm, assignor.) 
Aktiengesellschaft Brown, Boveri & Cie. (See Seippel, 

Claude, assignor.) 
Aktiengesellschaft Brown Boveri & Cie. (See Widmer, 

Stefan, assignor.) 
Aktiengesellschaft Brown Boveri & Cie. (See Widmer, S., 

and Hurlimann, assignors.) 
Aktien-Gesellschaft der Chemischen Produktenfabriken 

Pommerensdorf -Milch. (See Siegler, Robert, assignor.) 
Aktiengesellschaft der Eisen und Stahlwerke vormals 

Georg Fischer. (See Mijnssen, Jacob W., assignor.) 
Aktiengesellschaft fur Patent und Industriewerte. (See 

Eafn, William, assignor.) 
Aktiengesellschaft Hunziker & Cie, Zurich, Baustoffabriken 

Brugg und Alten. (See Hunziker, Hans, assignor.) 
Aktiengesellschaft vorm. Seidel & Naumann. (See Ben- 
zing, Hugo, assignor.) 
Aktieselskapet Krytal. (See Jeremiassen, Finn, assignor.) 
Alabama Asphaltic Limestone Company. (See Conzelman, 

Joseph IT., assignor.) 
Alabama Pipe Company. (See Pace, John W., assignor.) 
Alaskan Glacier Sea Food Company. (See Bottker, V., 

and Grondahl. assignors.) 
Alban, Clarence F., and S. R. Hood, assignors to W. M. 

Chace Valve Company, Detroit, Mich. Thermostatic 

switch. 2,058,-390 ; Oct. 27. 



Albee, Hugh M., assignor to The Leavitt Machine Com- 
pany, Orange, Mass. Rotary cutting tool. 2,034,277 ; 
Mar. 17. 

Albers, Clement, San Francisco, Calif. Flashlight device. 
2,028,428 ; Jan. 21. 

Albers, Heinrich assignor to Schloemann Aktiengesell- 
schaft, Dusseldorf, Germany. Hydraulic press for ex- 
truding metal rods or tubes. 2,039,947 ; May 5. 

Albers, Heinrich, assignor to Schloemann Aktiengesell- 
schaft, Dusseldorf, Germany. Vertical hydraulic tube 
extrusion press. 2,052,738 ; Sept. 1. 

Albersheim, Walter J. (See Konheim, H. S., and Alber- 
sheim.) 

Albert, Louis L., West Orange, N. J. Crate. 2,065,416 ; 
Dec. 22. 

Albert, Minnie, Brooklyn, N. Y. Training commode for 
pets. 2,053,594; Sept. 8. 

Albert, Ralph K., Howell, Mich. Switching device for 
electric motors. 2,032,349 ; Mar. 3. 

Albert, Ralph K., assignor to Howell Electric Motors 
Company, Howell. Mich. Condenser. 2,029,550 ; Feb. 4. 

Alberts, Jacob L., Yonkers, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Simplex Enterprises, Inc., New York, N. Y. 
Making hook and eye tape. 2,034,689 ; Mar. 24. 

Alberts, Jacob L., assignor to S. S. Alberts, Yonkers, N. Y. 
Corset. 2,051,065 ; Aug. 18. 

Alberts, Siney S. (See Alberts, Jacob L., assignor.) 

Albertson & Company. (See Albertson, Frans O., as- 
signor.) 

Albertson. Frans O., assignor to Albertson & Company, 
Inc., Sioux City, Iowa. Valve seat grinding machine. 
2,042,759 ; June 2. 

Albertson, Frans O,, assignor to Albertson & Company, 
Inc., Sioux City, Iowa. Valve seat tool. 2,065,486 ; 
Dec. 22. 

Albertson, Frans O., Sioux City, Iowa, assignor to Albert- 
son & Company, Inc., Sioux City, Iowa. Metal spray 
gun. 2,058,653 ; Oct. 27. 

Alborn, Frank G., assignor to The White Motor Company, 
Cleveland, Ohio. Motor vehicle. 2,035,212 ; Mar. 24. 

Albrecht, Christian A., Berlin, Germany, assignor to Mer- 
genthaler Linotype Company, Brooklyn, N. Y. Cooling 
the molds of matrix composing and line casting machines. 
2,035,443 ; Mar. 31. 

Albrecht, Christian A., Berlin, Germany, assignor to Mer- 
genthaler Linotype Company, Brooklyn, N. Y. Slug 
ejecting mechanism of typographical slug casting ma- 
chines. 2,035,444 ; Mar, 31. 

Albrecht Christian A., Berlin, Germany, assignor to 
Mergehthaler Linotype Company, Brookl.vn, N. Y. Ty- 
pographical slug casting machine. 2,042,978 ; June 2. 

Albrecht, Christian A., Berlin, Germany, assignor to Mer- 
genthaler Linotype Company, Brooklyn, N. Y. Metal 
pot for matrix composing and line casting machines. 
2,045,681 ; June 30. 

Albrecht, Christian A., Berlin, Germany, assignor to Mer- 
genthaler Linotype Company, Brooklyn, N. Y. Typo- 
graphical slu^ casting machine.' 2,051,804 ; Aug. 25. 

Albrecht, Christian A., Berlin, Germany, assignor to Mer- 
genthaler Linotype Company, Brooklyn, N. Y. Typo- 
graphical slug casting machine. 2,051,805 ; Aug. 25. 

Albrecht, Christian A., Berlin, Germany, assignor to Mer- 
genthaler Linotype Company, Brooklyn, N. Y. Mold of 
typographical slug-casting machines. 2,055,642 ; Sept. 
29. 

Albrecht. Christian A., Berlin, Germany, assignor to Mer- 
genthaler Linotype Company, Brooklyn, N. Y. Pro- 
duction of typographical slugs. 2,055,643 ; Sept. 29. 

Albrecht, Christian A., Berlin, Germany, assignor to Mer- 
genthaler Linotype Company, Brooklyn, N. Y. Typo- 
graphical slug casting machine. 2,055,644 ; Sent. 29. 

Albrecht, Christian A., Berlin, Germany, assignor to 
Mergenthaler Linotype Company, Brooklyn, N. Y. Slug 
ejecting mechanism of typographical slug casting ma- 
chines. 2,062,169 ; Nov. 24. 

Albrecht, Ernst, Berlin, Germany. Machine for cleaning 
the matrices of typesetting machines. 2,056,159 ; Oct. 6. 

Albrecht, John, Kewaunee, Wis. Clutch controlling trac- 
tor hitch. 2,046,358 ; July 7. 

Albrecht. John C., Garber, Okla. Pressure switch. 
2,056,084 ; Sept. 29. 

Albrecht, John H., Utica, N. Y., assignor of one-half to 
W. A. Bringe, New Hartford, N. Y. Joint for wind musi- 
cal instruments. 2,061.928 : Nov. 24. 

Albree, George N., Concord, Mass. Keeper retainer for 
gun-slings. 2.032,342 ; Mar. 3. 

Albree, George N., Concord, Mass. Oil burner. 2,047,303 ; 
July 14. 

Albright, Harry W., Blue Island, 111. Mangle. 2,060,273 ; 
Nov. 10. 

Albright, Raymond W., and A. Szegvari, assignors to 
American Anode Incorporated, Akron, Ohio. Tempo- 
rary protective coating. 2,050,239 ; Aug. 11. 

Albright, Robert B., assignor to Philco Radio & Tele- 
vision Corporation, Philadelphia, Pa. Antenna cou- 
pling device. 2,050,912 ; Aug. 11. 

Albright, Robert B., assignor to Philco Radio & Television 
Corporation, Philadelphia, Pa. Image suppression sys- 
tem. 2,062,956 ; Dec. 1. 

Albright. Robert B., Broomall, assignor to A. L. Wurster, 
Philadelphia, Pa. Cravat holder. 2.059.301 ; Nov. 3. 

Albright & Wilson Limited. (See King. George, assignor.) 

Alby, Pierre L., Bordeaux, France. Supplying an addition- 
al fluid to the cylinder of an internal combustion engine. 
2,034,855 ; Mar. 24. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



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Alco Products Incorporated. (See Barton, I'aul D., as- 
signor.) 

Alco Products Incorporated. (See Forbes, James B., as- 
signor.) 

Alco Products Incorporated. (See Parent, E. J., and 
Kriojr, assignors.) 

Alco Products, Incorporated. (See Wallis, J. S., and 
deBence, assignors.) 

Alcorn, Walter, and L. Hamiter, Columbia, S. C. Resizing 
and drying machine. 2,027.894; Jan. 14. 

Alcott, Fred A. (See Hopkinson, E., Belanger, Alcott, 
and Hewitt.) 

Aldeen, Gedor W., assignor to American Cabinet Hard- 
ware Corp., Rocliford, 111. Lock. 2,049,416 ; Aug. 4. 

Alden, Carroll R., assignor to Ex-Cell-O Aircraft & Tool 
Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Fuel injection system. 
2.027.360 ; Jan. 14. 

Alden, Carroll R., assignor to Ex-Cell-O Aircraft & Tool 
Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Metering pump. 2,052,549 ; 
Sept. 1. 

Alden, Gardner R. (See Kallander, E. L., and Alden.) 

Alden, Herbert W., assignor to The Timken-Detroit Axle 
Company, Detroit, Mich. Transmission mechanism. 
2,044 660 ; June 16. 

Alden, Herbert W., assignor to The Timken-Detroit Axle 
Company, Detroit, Mich. Difeerential axle. 2,056,881 ; 
Oct. 6. 

Alden, Herbert W., and L. R. Buckendale, assignors to The 
Timken-Detroit Axle Company, Detroit, Mich. Auto- 
motive vehicle. 2,044,196 ; June 16. 

Alden, John L., La Grange, and H. A. Anderson, Western 
Springs, 111., assignors to Western Electric Company, In- 
corporated, New York, N. X. Apparatus for skimming 
liquids. 2,049^937 ; Aug. 4. 

Alden, Milton, Brockton, Mass. Vacuum tube socket. 
2,039,871 : May 5. 

Alden, Milton, Brockton, Mass., assignor to Radio Inven- 
tions, Inc., New York, N. Y. Vacuum tube socket. 
2,036,384 ; Apr. 7. 

Alden, Milton, Brockton, Mass., assignor to Radio Inven- 
tions, Inc., New York, N. Y. Vacuum tube conductor 
and socket. 2,059.077 : Oct. 27. 

Alder, Jenness A. (See Alder, William P., assignor.) 

Alder, William F., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
J. A. Alder, Altadena, Calif. Apparatus for determining 
amplitude of sound. 2,043,983 ; June 16. 

Alder, William F., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
J. A. Alder, Altadena, Calif. Portable closed chamber 
determination of sound absorption. 2,043.984 ; June 16. 

Alder, William F., assignor, by mesne assignments, to J. A. 
Alder, Altadena, Calif. Gravimetric determination of 
sound amplitudes. 2,052,550 ; Sept. 1. 

Alder, William F., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Jenness A. Alder, Altadena, Calif. Hydrostatic sound 
amplitude meter. 2,055,713 ; Sept. 29. 

Alder, William F., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
J. A. Alder, Altadena, Calif. Acoustic testing appa- 
ratus. 2.060.009 : Nov. 10. 

Alderfer, Sterling W., assignor of one-half to Edward D. 
Andrews, Akron, Ohio. Elastic thread and making the 
same. 2,054,354 ; Sept. 15. 

Alderm.m, Eugene R., South Hadley, Mass. Warping ap- 
paratus. 2,050,775 : Aug. 11. 

Aldine Corporation, The. (See Wahl, John C, assignor.; 

Aldinger, Jacob G., York, assignor to York Ice Machinery 
Corporation, York, Pa. Compressor. 2.036.846 ; Apr. 7. 

Aldinger, Jacob G., assignor to York Ice Machinery Corpo- 
ration, York, Pa. Compressor. 2,036,847 ; Apr. 7. 

Aldrich, Charles H., Elizabeth, N. J., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to The American Metal Company, Limited, 
New York, N. Y. Stool to support molds for casting 
metal. 2,039,872 ; May 5. 

Aldrich, Harold B., et al. (See Lambert, Thomas H., 
assignor.) 

Aldrich, John G. (See Scott, R. M., and Aldrich.) 

Aldrich, William O., assignor to Whitin Machine Works, 
Whitlnsville, Mass. Spindle brake. 2,034,601 ; Mar. 17. 

Aldridge, Blair G. (See Fisher, H. F., and Aldridge.) 

Aldridge, Blair G., assignor to Union Oil Company of Cali- 
fornia, Los Angeles, Calif. _^Pump. 2,038,155; Apr. 21. 

Aldridge, Blair G., Los Angeles, and B. Hopper, Compton, 
assignors to Union Oil Company of California, Los 
Angeles, Calif. Treating oil. 2,041,278 ; May 19. 

Aldridge, Blair G.. Los Angeles, and B. Hopper, San Pedro, 
assignors to Union Oil Company of California, Los 
Angeles, Calif. Process and apparatus for dewaxing 
oils. 2,042,758 ; June 2. 

Aldworth, Donald A., et al. (See Maxfield, Donald F., as- 
signor.) 

Alefantis. James, Tarpon Springs, Fla. Work glove. 
2,034,169 ; Mar. 17. 

Alefanti.*;. James, Tarpon Springs, Fla. Sponge device. 
2.052,337 : Aug. 25. 

Alexander Brothers, Inc. (See de Rabot, John L., as- 
signor.) 

Alexander, Clive M., Webster Groves, Mo. Apparatus for 
compounding lubricating oils. 2,051.932 ; Aug. 25. 

Alexander, Clyde. (See Suppiger, G. S., Alexander, and 
Schreiber. ) 

Alexander, Earl C, Glen Ellyn. assignor to Massey Con- 
crete Products Corporation, Chicago, 111. Concrete pile. 
2,065,507 : Dec. 29. 

Alexander Engineering Works Limited. (See Davies, 
Samuel, assignor.) 



Alexander, James N., Biimiugham, Ala. Universal saw 
handle. 2.038,819 ; Apr. 28. 

Alexander, James N., Birmingham, Ala. Saw attach- 
ment. 2,003,139 ; Dec. 8. 

Alexander, James N., Birmingham, Ala. Saw. 2,046,231 ; 
June 30. 

Alexander, Jay C. (See Casey, Hilton W., assignor.) 

Alexander, Johan W., Eindhoven, Netherlands, assignor to 
Radio Corporation of America. Radio receiving appa- 
ratus. 2,027,951 ; Jan. 14. 

Alexander, Johan W., and B. van der Pol, Eindhoven, 
Netherlands, assignor to Radio Corporation of America. 
Wireless receiving set. 2,052,687 ; Sept. 1. 

Alexander, Johan W., and H. Rinia, Eindhoven, Netherlands, 
assignors to Radio Corporation of America. Antenna 
system. 2,054,645 ; Sept. 15. 

Alexander, John M. (See Watson, J. C, and Alexander.) 

Alexander, John W., Clarendon, Va. Fire alarm. 
2.029,402 ; Feb. 4. 

Alexander, Lloyd E., Shelby, Mont. Wheel locking at- 
tachment for trucks. 2,050,251 ; Aug. 11. 

Alexander, Paul, assignor to La Dispersion Cathodique (en 
abrgge Disca) S. A. Brussels, Belgium. Cathode dis- 
integration. 2,047,350 ; July 14. 

Alexander, Paul, assignor to La Dispersion Cathodique 
(en abr^ge Disca) S. A., Brussels, Belgium. Cathode 
disintegration. 2,047,351 ; July 14. 

Alexander, Peter P., Marblehead, Mass., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Reduction of refractory oxides. 
2,038,402 ; Apr. 21. 

Alexander, Peter P., Marblehead, Mass., assignor to 
Ventures Limited. Reduction of ores by metallic 
calcium. 2,043,363 ; June 9. 

Alexander Wacker, Dr., Gesellschaft fur Electrochemlsche 
Industrie, G. m. b. H. (See Gruber, Wolfgang, as- 
signor.) 

Alexander, William H., Klamath, Falls, Oreg. Trailer hitch 
and support. 2,038,156 ; Apr. 21. 

Alexanderson, Ernst F. W., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor 
to General Electric Company. Torque amplifying sys- 
tem. 2,027,140; Jan. 7. 

Alexandersson, Harald V., assignor to Telefonaktiebolaget 
L. M. Ericsson, Stockholm, Sweden. Automatic tele- 
phone system. 2,045,682; June 30. 

Alexandre, Paul, Strasbourg, France. Waist band. 
2,063,886; Dec. 15. 

Alfaro, Heraclio, Boston, Mass. Cam generating machine. 
2,030,907 ; Feb. 18. 

Alfaro, Heraclio, Cambridge, Mass. Aeroplane. 
2,049,188 ; July 28. 

Alfina-Immobilien-Flnanzierungs- & Verwaltungs A. G. 
(See Korbuly, Klroly, assignor.) 

Alford, Edward L., Union City, N. J., assignor to Bell 
Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Cable grip link. 2,059.188 ; Nov. 3. 

Alford, William F. (See Connell, Alvin H., assignor.) 

Alfreds, Torris H., assignor to H. J. Taylor, Park Ridge, 
111. Emulsifying apparatus. 2,026,604 ; Jan. 7. 

Alfthan, Johannes, New York, N. Y., assignor to Du Pont 
Viscoloid Company, Wilmington, Del. Refining cellu- 
lose acetate. 2,045,628 ; June 30. 

Alger, Don L., Avalon, Calif. Mechanical game apparatus. 
2,034.321 ; Mar. 17. 

Alger, Philip L,, Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Arrangement for reducing torsional 
oscillation of motors. 2,032,900 ; Mar. 3. 

Alger, Philip L., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Dynamo-electric machine. 2,046,992 : 
July 7. 

Algren Manufacturing Co. Inc. (See Kainen, Joseph, as- 
signor.) 

Aliauo, Peter, assignor of 40 percent to J. Milea, Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. Automobile body. 2,027,141 : Jan. 7. 

Alibert, Jean M., Lyon, France, assignor to Du Pont Rayon 
Company, New York, N. Y. Method and apparatus for 
preparing artificial materials. 2,054,786 ; Sept. 22. 

Alig, Candace B., Des Moines, Iowa. Pur and woolen cold 
storage compartment for household refrigerators. 
2,062,631 ; Dec. 1. 

Alink, Roelof J. H. (See De Boer, J. H., Dippel, and 
Alink.) 

Alison, Noah L., assignor to American Blower Corporation, 
Detroit, Mich. Hydraulic coupling. 2.002,281 ; Dec. 1. 

Alkin, Emanuel M., assignor to Morays Watch Case Co., 
Inc., New York, N. Y. Safety catch for wrist watch 
bands, bracelets, necklaces, and other jewelry. 
2,044.869 ; June 23. 

Alkins, William E. (See Anstey, H. C, and Alkins.) 

All American Slide Corporation. (See Gertz, Samuel M., 
assignor.) 

Allan. Alexander M., Sapulpa, Okla. Trailer hitch con- 
nection. 2,027. .S52 : Jan. 14. 

Allan, Benjamin W., Baltimore, Md. Production of tita- 
nium dioxide. 2,040,823 ; May 19. 

Allan, Charles C, Pieterraaritzburg, Natal, Union of South 
Africa. Means for use in making angular adjust- 
ments and measurements. 2.028,034; Jan. 14. 

Allan. Stephen G., Kansas City, Mo. Display form. 
2,057.079 ; Oct. 13. 

Allan. William. .Tr (See Phillins, A. H.. and Allan.) 

Alland, Maurice, Wlnthrop, Mass. Receptacle closure. 
2,038,517 ; Apr. 28. 

-Vllard. Frangois, Monl-sur-Marchienne, Belgium. Appa- 
ratus for the pneumatic separation of materials. 
2,060,960 ; Nov. 17. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1936 



Allard. Herbert K., Cranston, R. I. Reverse gear for loco- 
motives and other engines. 2,064,051 ; Dec. 15. 

Allard, Peter L., Hovland, Minn. Saw set. 2,043,876; 
June 9. 

Allardt, Hans-Georg. (See Feldt, A., Schoeller, and 
Allardt.) 

Allegheny Steel Company. (See Porter, Harry F., as- 
signor.) 

Allegri, Charles. (See Dilger, J. B., and Allegri.) 

Allemann, Huga, Bettlach, Switzerland. Gripping device. 
2,054,962 ; Sept. 22. 

Allemann, Otto, assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & 
Company, Wilmington, Del. Manufacture of thioflavine 
T. 2,037,448 ; Apr. 14. 

Allen, Arthur F., Hayward, Calif. Fruit sizing machine. 
2,063,008 ; Dec. 8. 

Allen-Bradley Company. (See Loock, Frederick F., as- 
signor. ) 

Allen-Bradley Company. (See Matthias, Lynn H., as- 
signor.) 

Allen-Bradley Company. (See Steenweg, William F., as- 
signor. ) 

Allen-Bradley Company. (See Thomson, Homer G., as- 
signor.) 

Allen, Carl M. (See GaUagher, C. A., and Allen.) 

Allen, Charles B., Arvada, Colo. Door opening and clos- 
ing device. 2,020,956 ; Jan. 7. 

Allen, Clyve C. (See de Sim6, M., and Allen.) 

Allen, Clyve C. (See Williams, E. C, and Allen.) 

Allen, Clyve C, Berkeley, assignor to Shell Development 
Company, San Francisco, Calif. Production of mercap- 
tans. 2,051,806; Aug. 25. 

Allen, Clyve C., Berkeley, assignor to Shell Development 
Company, San Francisco, Calif. Production of thio- 
ethers and saturated hydrocarbons from mercaptans. 
2,051,807 ; Aug. 25. 

Allen, Earl M. (See Young, H. S., and Allen.) 

Allen, Earl M., assignor to The Union Switch & Signal 
Company, Swissvale, Pa. Railway traffic controlling 
apparatus. 2,046,049; June 30. 

Allen, Barl M., assignor to The Union Switch & Signal 
Company, Swissvale, Pa. Railway traffic controlling 
apparatus. 2,049,485 ; Aug. 4. 

Allen, Earl M., assignor to The Union Switch & Signal 
Company, Swissvale, Pa. Railway traffic controlling ap- 
paratus. 2,053,888 ; Sept. 8. 

Allen, Earl M., assignor to The Union Switch & Signal 
Company, Swissvale, Pa. Railway traffic controlling ap- 
paratus. 2,053,889; Sept. 8. 

Allen, Earl M., assignor to The Union Switch & Signal 
Company, Swissvale, Pa. Railway track svritch con- 
trolling apparatus. 2,060,486 ; Nov. 10. 

Allen, Earl M., Bdgewood, and H. S. Young, Wilkinsburg, 
assignors to The Union Switch & Signal Company, 
Swissvale, Pa. Railway traffic controlling apparatus. 
2,027,715; Jan. 14. 

Allen, Earl M., Edgewood, Pa., and C. A. Brooks, Forest 
Hills, N. Y., assignors to The Union Switch & Signal 
Company, Swissvale, Pa. Railway traffic controlling 
apparatus. 2,056,817 ; Oct. 6. 

Allen, Edgar W., Eldon, Mo. Storage battery. 2,027,262 ; 
Jan. 7. 

Allen, Edmund T., Encinitas, A. L. Klein, Los Angeles, 
C. B. Millikan, Pasadena, and J. K. Nortnrop, Glendale, 
assigoors to The Northrop Corporation, Inglewood, Calif. 
Lateral control system for aircraft. 2,054,961 ; Sept. 22. 

Allen, Edward B., and M. D. Knox, Newtown, Conn., as- 
signors to The Singer Manufacturing Company, Eliza- 
beth, N. J. Buttonhole sewing machine. 2,056,758 ; 
Oct. 6. 

Allen, Edward B., and M. D. Knox, Newtown, Conn., 
assignors to The Singer Manufacturing Company, Eliza- 
beth, N. J. Buttonhole sewing machine. 2,056,759 ; 
Oct. 6. 

Allen, Edward W., Jr., Washington, D. C. Automatic 
program selector for radio receivers. 2,060,546 ; Nov. 
10. 

Allen Electric & Equipment Co. (See Allen, Gerald H., 
assignor.) 

Allen, Erhard, assignor to The Dayton Display Fixture 
Company, Dayton, Ohio. Caddy fixture. 2,035,935 ; 
Mar. 31. 

Allen, Erhard, assignor to The Dayton Display Fixture 
Company, Dayton, Ohio. Air circulating means for 
display fixtures. 2,035,936 ; Mar. 31. 

Allen, Frank B., and S. E. Allen, Glen Ridge, assignors 
to C-O-Two Fire Equipment Company, Newark, N. J. 
Recoil check for carbon dioxide cylinders. 2,050,032 ; 
Aug. 4. 

Allen, Frank C, Jr., Pelham Manor, N. Y. Dispensing 
container. 2,063,288 ; Dec. 8. 

Allen, Frank M., Summit, and W. S. Egge. East Orange, 
N. J., assignor to Congoleum-Nairn Inc. Adhesive. 
2,064.139: Dec. 15. 

Allen, George M. (See Collins, B. W., Kennedy, and 
Allen.) 

Allen George W., Hyde Park, Boston, assignor to 
B. F. Sturtevant Company, Boston, Mass. Bearing. 
2,060.651 : Nov. 10. 

Allen, George W., and D. B., Boston, assignors to B. F. 
Sturtevant Company, Hyde Park, Mass. Vacuum clean- 
er. 2,042,328 ; May 26. 

Allen, Gerald H., assignor to Allen Electric & Equipment 
Co., Kalamazoo, Mich. Distributor testing apparatus. 
2,052,688; Sept. 1. 



Allen, Gerald H., assignor to Allen Electric & Equipment 
Company, Kalamazoo, Mich. Method and apparatus 
for testing breaker mechanisms. 2,056,416 ; Oct. 6. 

Allen, Gerald H., assignor to Allen Electric & Equipment 
Company, Kalamazoo, Mich. Tester for breaker mecha- 
nisms. 2,057,871 ; Oct. 20. 

Allen, Gerald H., assignor to Allen Electric & Equipment 
Co., Kalamazoo, Mich. Apparatus for analyzing ex- 
haust gases. 2,059.428 ; Nov. 3. 

Allen, Harry L., assignor to The Bruce-Macbeth Engine 
Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Valve element and form- 
ing the same. 2,056,160 ; Oct. 6. 

Allen, Henry A., trustee, et al. (See Pratt, Harry P., as- 
signor.) 

Allen, Herbert. (See Tennant, J. A., and Allen.) 

Allen, Herbert, Houston, assignor, by mesne assignments, 
to Stephens Pump Company, Round Rock, Tex. Pump. 
2,030,041 ; Feb. 11. 

Allen, Herbert, and M. T. Works, Houston, assignors, by 
mesne assignments, to Stephens Pump Company, Round 
Rock, Tex. Pump. 2,047,540 ; July 14. 

Allen, Howard C, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. 
Measuring valve. 2,028,816 ; Jan. 28. 

Allen, Hugh E., Evanston, 111. Meat curing composition. 
2,054,646; Sept. 15. 

Allen, Hugh E., assignor of one-half to A. G. McCaleb, 
Evanston, 111. Celery salt. 2,046,862 ; July 7. 

Allen, Hugh E., assignor of one-half to A. G. McCaleb, 
Evanston, 111. Sausage manufacture. 2,060,160 ; Nov. 
10. 

Allen, J. Weston, et al. (See Whitford, Arley C, as- 
signor.) 

Allen, James L. (See Stinson, Lyman A., assignor.) 

Allen, John E., M. J. Blew, and A. C. Wood, Philadelphia, 
Pa. Refuse destructor. 2.045,115 ; June 23. 

Allen, John W., assignor of forty-nine per cent to W. M. 
Blain, Greenwood, Miss. Smokestack painter. 2,030,840 ; 
Feb. 18. 

Allen, Joseph W., East Orange, N. J. Storage battery. 
2,055,645 ; Sept. 29. 

Allen, Joseph W., East Orange, and C. I. McNeil, Bloom- 
field, assignors, by mesne assignments, to Eclipse Avia- 
tion Corporation, Bast Orange, N. J. Alternating cur- 
rent supply. 2,055,057 ; Sept. 22. 

Allen, JEoseph W., East Orange, and C. I. McNeil, Bloom- 
field, assignors to Eclipse Aviation Corporation, East 
Orange, N. J. Alternating current supply. 2,055,058 ; 
Sept. 22. 

Allen, Joseph W., East Orange, and C. I. McNeil, Bloom- 
field, assignors to Eclipse Aviation Corporation, East 
Orange, N. J. Alternating current supply. 2,055,059; 
Sept. 22. 

Allen, Lambeth S., Chicago, 111. Addressing plate. 
2,032,459 ; Mar. 3. 

Allen, Lee E., assignor to Pennsylvania Engineering Works, 
New Castle, Pa. Drive mechanism for hot metal mixers 
and the like. 2,057,356 ; Oct. 13. 

Allen, Lena B. (See Allen, George W., and L. B.) 

Allen, Lewis, Detroit, Mich. Door. 2,064,401 ; Dec. 15. 

Allen Manufacturing Company, The. (See Gates, Clarence 
S., assignor.) 

Allen, Percy H., Seattle, Wash. Trolling spoon. 2,058,121 ; 
Oct. 20. 

Allen, Ralph S. (See Smith, Paul S., assignor.) 

Allen, Ralph W., Sioux City, Iowa. End gate for trucks. 
2,047,453 ; July 14. 

Allen, Raymond P., Akron, Ohio. Tobacco. 2,063,014; 
Dec. 8. 

Allen, Raymond W. (See Dillon, J. H., and Allen.) 

Allen, Raymond W., assignor to The Firestone Tire & Rub- 
ber Company, Akron, Ohio. Apparatus for testing rub- 
ber. 2,048,314; July 21. 

Allen, Russell B., Lexington, assignor to J. W. Moore 
Valve Corporation, Everett, Mass. Pressure, vacuum, 
and temperature relief valve. 2,065,417 ; Dec. 22. 

Allen, Russell G., Alton, 111., assignor to Owens-Illinols 
Glass Company. Glassware forming machine. 
2,041,671 ; May 19. 

Allen, Scott E. (See Allen, Frank B., and S. E.) 

Allen, Scott E., Glen Ridge, assignor to C-O-Two Equip- 
ment Company, Newark, N. J. Discharging fluid pres- 
sure contaners. 2,047,049 ; July 7. 

Allen, Scott E., Glen Ridge, assignor to C-O-Two Fire 
Equipment Company, Newark, N. J. Discharge head 
for fluid containers. 2.059,189 ; Nov. 3. 

Allen, Scott E., Glen Ridge, assignor to C-O-Two Fire 
Equipment Company, Newark, N. J. Fire extinguishing 
system. 2,059,190; Nov. 3. 

Allen. Scott E., Los Angeles, Calif., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to C-O-Two Fire Equipment Company, 
Newark, N. J. Fire extinguishing system. 2,050,687 ; 
Aug. 11. 

Allen, Scott B., Glen Ridge, N. J., and O. N. Wiswell, 
Los Angeles, Calif., assignors to C-O-Two Fire Equip- 
ment Company, Newark, N. J. Nonstalling self-ener- 
gizing head for puncturing closure disks. 2,051,589 ; 
Aug. 18. 

Allen, Sterling B., Long Pine, Nebr. Hitch. 2,036,993; 
Apr. 14. 

Allen, Thomas J., San Antonio, Tex. Expander for pis- 
tons. 2,045,819 ; June 30. 

Allen, Victor O., Madison, N. J., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Radio Corporation of America. Heater 
element for electron discharge devices. 2,035,109 ; Mar. 
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23 



Allen, Victor O., Madison, N. J., assignor to Hygraile 
Sylvania Corporation, Salem, Mass. Electric discnarge 
device. 2.054.234 ; Sept. 15. 

Allen, Victor O., Madison, N. J., assignor to Hygrade 
Sylvania Corporation, Salem, Mass. Electron discharge 
device. 2,063,360 ; Dec. 8. 

Allen, W. D., Manufacturing Company. (See Meng, 
Harry E., assignor.) 

Allen- Wales Adding Machine Corporation. (See Schroder, 
Charles, assignor.) 

Allen, William H., assignor to American Potash & Chemical 
Corporation, Trona, Calif. Producing calcined borax. 
2,032.3SS: Mar. 3. 

Allen, William H., W. A. Gale, and C. F. Ritchie, as- 
signors to American Potash & Chemical Corporation, 
Trona, Calif. Apparatus for the manufacture of sodium 
carbonate monohydrate. 2,035,441 ; Mar. 31. 

Allen William H., E. Underbill, and C. F. Ritchie, as- 
signors to American Potash & Chemical Corporation, 
Trona, Calif. Apparatus for effecting dissolution or 
llxiviation. 2,042,818 ; June 2. 

Allen, William R., 3d. (See Walker, C. L., Moatz, and 
Allen.) 

Allendorff, Friedrich, assignor to Robert Bosch Aktienge- 
sellschaft, Stuttgart, Germany. Cage for rolling bear- 
ings. 2,035,417 ; Mar. 24. 

Allerton, Warren E., Benton Harbor, Mich. Holder for 
Christmas tree or other objects. 2,028,129 ; Jan. 21. 

Alles, Francis P., Buffalo, assignor to Du Pont Rayon 
Company, New York, N. Y. Artificial thread and method 
of making same. 2,053,123 ; Sept. 1. 

Alles, John J., Wilkes-Barre, Pa. Electric cable. 
2,056,085 ; Sept. 29. 

Alles, Richard. (See Schuette, H., and Alles.) 

Alley, John D., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to American 
Brakeblok Corporation, New York, N. Y. Making com- 
position friction elements. 2,016,767 ; Jan. 7. 

Alley, Joseph D. (See Alley, Thomas R., and J. D.) 

Alley, Thomas R., and J. D., Alleyton, assignors of 
one-half to E. D. Estlinbaum, Colorado County, Texas. 
HuUer. 2,046,993 ; July 7. 

-Hired, William P., Jr. (See Turner, F. E., and Allred.) 

Allgemelne Elektricitats Gesellschaft. (See Daene, Herb- 
ert, assignor.) 

Allgemelne Elektrlcitats-Gesellschaft. (See Helm, Max, 
assignor.) 

Allgemelne Elektricitats Gesellschaft. (See Kniepen, 

Peter, assignor.) 
Allgemelne Elektrlcitats-Gesellschaft. (See Schubert, 

Paul, assignor.) 
Allgemelne Elektricitats Gesellschaft, Friedrich Karl. 

(See Weth, M., and Traub, assignors.) 
Allgemelne Elektrlcitatz. (See Agricola, Alfred, assignor.) 
Allgemelne Elektrlcitatz Gesellschaft. (See Briiche, Ernst, 

assignor.) 
Allgemelne Elektrlcitatz Gesellschaft. (See Konig, Erwin, 

assignor.) 
Allgemeine Elektrlcitatz Gesellschaft. (See Lichte, H., 

Zeh, Glass, and Schwarz, assignors.) 
Allgemelne Elektrlcitatz Gesellschaft. (See Zeh, Martin, 

assignor.) 
Allgeo, Harry D. (See Wanamaker, E., and AUgeo.) 
Allgrunn, Carl G. (See Gary, J. B., Allgrunn, and Hol- 

linger. ) 

Alliance Machine Company, The. (See Keller, Walter D., 

assignor.) 
Alliance Machine Company, The. (See Keller, W. D., and 

Kendall, assignors.) 
Alliance Machine Company, The. (See Poto, William L., 

assignor.) 
Allied Engineering Company. (See Schmidt, Erwin J., 

assignor.) 
Allied Manufacturers, Inc. (See Jack, T>., and Matisek, 

assignors.) 
Allied Products Corporation. (See Richard, Clement C, 

assignor.) 
AUievl, Joseph, West New York, and H. Cadorette, ClifC- 

side, N. J. Spring tool. 2,042,287 ; May 26. 
Ailing, E. Roy, Kenmore, N. Y. TJnloader for washed 

cans and covers. 2,041,451 ; May 19. 
Ailing, B. Roy, Kenmore, N. Y. Chain. 2,065,931; Dec. 

29. 
Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Dahlstrand, 

Hans P., assignor.) 
AlliB-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Hill, Le- 

land H., assignor.) 
Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Hodtum, 

Joseph B., assignor.) 
Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Johnson, 

George W., assignor.) 
Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Journeaux, 

Dldier, assignor.) 
Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See KoUberg, 

Gustaf L., assignor.) 
Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Lindberg, 

Ivar, assignor.) 
Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Marti, 

Othmar K., assignor.) 
AlUs-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Newhouse, 

Ray C, assignor.) 
Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Newhouse, 

R. C, Montgomery, and Feind, assignors.) 
Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Norelius, 

B. F., and Yount, assignors.) 



Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Nye, 
Henry V., assignor.) 

Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Peter, 
Charles, assignor.) 

Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Pfau, 
Arnold, assignor.) 

Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Rheingans, 
W. J., and Ring, assignors.) 

Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Ring. 
Joseph J., assignor.) 

Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Sillers, 
Thomas G. A., assignor,) 

Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Smith, 
Beeeher D., assignor.) 

Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Stivender, 
Paul M., assignor.) 

Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Strehlow, 
Walter F., assignor.) 

Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Vogt, Rob- 
ert F., assignor.) 

Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Wilkinson, 
Nathan, assignor.) 

Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See William- 
son. Robert B., assignor.) 

Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Winograd, 
Harold, assignor.) 

Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Yunker, 
William E., assignor.) 

AUis, Louia, Company, The. (See Keely, Leroy F., as- 
signor.) 

Allis, Louis, Company, The. (See Rathbun, F. J., and 
Owen, assignors.) 

Allison, Donald K. (See Dieterich, L. M., and Allison.) 

Allison, Donald K., Los Angeles, Calif. pH control. 
2,063,140 ; Dec. 8. 

Allison, Donald K., Los Angeles, Calif., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Detracolor, Ltd. Light-sensitive layer 
and method of producing colored pictures. 2,034,220 ; 
Mar. 17. 

Allison, Donald K., Beverly Hills, Calif., assignor to Detra- 
color Ltd. Photographic film and treating same. 
2,036,994; Apr. 14. 

Allison, John J,, Chandler, and I. F. Collier, Tempe, Ariz. 
Machine for leveling land and forming borders. 
2,057,407; Oct. 13. 

Allison, John T. (See Cleveland, C. H., Heine, and Alli- 
son.) 

Allison, John W., assignor of two-fifths to D. Roth, Herrs 
Island, Pittsburgh, Pa. Telephone dial light. 2,033,116 ; 
Mar. 10. 

Allison, Kenneth C. (See Dressel, H. M., and Allison.) 

Allison, Leslie R. (See Sorensen, A. J., and Allison.) 

Allison, Merrill P., Clarksburg, W. Va., assignor to Pitts- 
burgh Plate Glass Company. Apparatus for cracking 
scored glass sheets. 2,042,819 ; June 2. 

Allison, Robert L., assignor to United States Envelope 
Company, Springfield, Mass. Paper drinking cup. 
2,045,746; June 30. 

Allison, Sewell W., West Orange, N. J., and J. B. McKim, 
Douglas Manor, assignors to Bell Telephone Laboratories, 
Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Telephone exchange 
system. 2,027,142 ; Jan. 7. 

Allmanna Svenska Blektriska Aktiebolaget. (See Aker- 
man, Olof, assignor.) 

Allmanna Svenska Elektriska Aktiebolaget. (See Drey- 
fus, Ludwig, assignor.) 

Allmanna Svenska Elektriska Aktiebolaget. (See Helmer, 
Govert, assignor.) 

Allmanna Sven.ska Elektriska Aktiebolaget. (See Lamm, 
Uno, assignor.) 

All Metal Card Table Corporation et al. (See Kleen, 
Henry O., assignor.) 

Al-lon Manufacturing Co. (See London, Harry, assignor.) 

Alloo, William, Dunedin, New Zealand. Food slicing and 
sandwich making machine. 2,055,398 ; Sept. 22. 

Allott, Reginald W. (See Hopp, Richard, assignor.) 

Allphin, Willard J., Andover, assignor to MacGregor In- 
strument Company, Needham, Mass. Indicating steriliz- 
ing temperatures. 2,046.863 : July 7. 

Allred, George W., Mayodan, N. C. Cleaning device for 
circular knitting machinery. 2,045,509 ; June 23. 

Allred, Otis B., assignor of one-fourth to R. D. Mclver, 
Wichita Falls, Tex. Tank car valve. 2.059,078 : Oct. 27. 

Allred, William P., Jr. (See Turner, F. B., and Allred.) 

Allstatter, Nicholas. (See Borntraeger, Arthur G., as- 
signor.) 

All-Steel-Etiuip Company. (See Knell, John, assignor.) 

All Steel Products Manufacturing Company, The. (See 
Cardwell, Harland W., assignor.) 

All Steel Products Manufacturing Company, The. (See 
Guier, William C, assignor.) 

All Steel Products Manufacturing Company, The. (See 
Guier. W. C, and Brown, assignors.) 

Allsworth, Terrence W., assignor to The American Rolling 
Mill Company, Middletown. Ohio. Pack rolling ferrous 
metals. 2.034,425 : Mar. 17. 

Allsworth, Terrence W., assignor to The American Rolling 
Mill Company, Middletown, Ohio. Etid matching device 
for rolling mill packs. 2,065,880 ; Dec. 29. 

Allton, Robert A.. Columbus, Ohio, assignor to Builders 
Iron Foundrv. Providence, R. I. Flow meter for sew- 
age. 2,058,654; Oct. 27. 

Allward, George A., Hagerstown, Md. Band saw and the 
like. 2,043,603 ; June 9. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1936 



AUyn, Newell 0., South Gate, Calif. Internal combustion 

engine. 2,047,033 ; Jul.v 21. 
Allyn. William N., Auburn, N. Y. OpUtlialmoscope. 

2,027,663 : Jan. 14. 
Allyne, Edmund B., assignor to AUyne Laboratories, Inc., 
Cleveland, Ohio. Circulatory loop. 2,043,723 ; June 9. 

Allyne, Edmund E., a.ssignor to Allyne Laboratories, Inc., 
Cleveland, Ohio. Absorption cycle refrigerating appa- 
ratus. 2,051,808 ; Aug. 25. 

Allyne Laboratories, Inc. (See Allyne, Edmund E., as- 
signor.) 

Aim, Johan E., assignor to B. C. Von Platen, Stockholm, 
Sweden. Electrical direct current system. 2,029,212 ; 
Jan. 28. 

Aim, Johan E., assignor to Baltaar Carl von Platen, 
Stockholm, Sweden. Conversion of alternating cur- 
rents into direct current or vice versa. 2,031,582 ; 
Feb. 25. 

Alma, Carl E., and M. Alma, deceased, by L. Alma, ad- 
ministratrix, Vienna, Austria. Continuous draft gear. 
2,043,344 ; June 9. 

Alma, Lydia, administratrix. (See Alma, Carl B. and M.) 

Alma. Maximilian. (See Alma, Carl L. and M.) 

Almdale, Einar, Detroit, Mich., assignor to The Midland 
Steel Products Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Apparatus 
for forming elongated corrugated poles. 2,033,667 ; Mar. 
10. 

Almdale, Einar, Detroit, Mich., assignor to The Midland 
Steel Products Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Grommet and 
attaching same to metal plates. 2,054,187 ; Sept. 15. 

Almen, John O. (See Gove, W. D., and Almen.) 

Almen, John O. (See Wood. W. A., and Almen.) 

Almen, John O., Royal Oak, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to General Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. 
Testing lubricants. 2,045,555 ; June 23. 

Almen, John C, Royal Oak, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to General Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. 
Collapsible molding core. 2,045,556 ; June 23. 

Almen, John O., Royal Oak. and A. Laszlo, assignors to 
General Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Clutch 
mechanism. 2,045,557 ; June 23. 

Almen, John O., Royal Oak, and W. D. Gove, assignors 
to General Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Control 
for toric friction transmission. 2,045,558 ; June 23. 

Almond, John R. (See Begg, R. S., Kuiper, and Almond.) 

Almquist, Frank G., Mount Vernon, N. Y. Numeral clock. 
2,040,421 ; May 12. 

Almquist, Milton L., Maplewood, N. J., assignor to Ameri- 
can Telephone and Telegraph Company. Signaling sys- 
tem. 2,047,304 : July 14. 

Alnett, Lawrence L., Jr.. Los Angeles, and H. T. M. Rice, 
San Gabriel, Calif. Tire gauge. 2,057,321 ; Oct. 13. 

Aloe, Frank, Washington, Pa. Automobile tire chain. 
2,063,535 ; Dec. 8. 

Alox Corporation. (See Burwell, Arthur W., assignor.) 

Alox Corporation. (See Burwell, A. W., and Kempe, as- 
signors.) 

Alpeters, John C, assignor to Crescent Brass and Pin 
Company, Detroit, Mich. Roofing nail. 2,048,093 ; 
July 21. 

Alpine EHectric Corporation. (See Fabrey, W. H., and 
Weber, assignors.) 

Alpine Electric Corporation. (See Weber, John, as- 
signor.) 

Alrey Steel Products Company. (See Nelson, Reynold G., 
assignor.) 

Alsaker, Alfred, Chicago, and P. H. Cole, Oak Park, as- 
signors to The Delta-Star Electric Companv, Chicago. 
111. Disconnect plug and receptacle. 2,031,296 ; Feb. 18. 

Alsaker. Alfred, and M. Stene, assignors to The Delta- 
Star Electric Company, Chicago, 111. Motor mechanism. 
2,054,117; Sept. 15. 

Alsatian INIa chine Works, Limited. (See Bailey, Benja- 
min, assignor.) 

Alspaugh, James S., Columbus, Ohio. Gear shift mecha- 
nism. 2.057.810 : Oct. 20. 

Alston, Paul W. (See Meredith, S. C, Alston, and Wins- 
low.) 

Alston Paul W. (See Meredith, S. C, Alston, Winslow, 
and White.) 

Alt, Arthur, assignor to Monsanto Chemical Company, St. 
Louis, Mo. Food flavoring composition. 2,027,361 ; 
Jan. 14. 

Alt, Cornelius A., E. H. Nollau, and D. A. Rankin, New- 
burgh, N. y.. assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & 
Company, Wilmington, Del. Production of coated 
fabrics. 2,033,170 ; Mar. 10. 

Altenkirch, Edmund. (See Nesselmann, K. V., and Alten- 
kirch.) 

Altenkirch, Edmund. Neuenhagen. near Bprlin. and K. 
Nesselmann. assignors to Sicmens-Schuekertwerke 
Aktiengesellschaft, Berlin - Siemensstadt, Germany. 
Transformation of heat. 2,027.571; Jan. 14. 

Altgelt, Herman B., South Bend, Ind., assignor to Oliver 
Farm Equipment Company. Air cleaner. 2,033,368 ; 
Mar. 10. 

Altgelt, Herman E., South Bend. Ind.. assignor to Oliver 
Farm Equipment Company. Tractor governor control. 
2,036,670 ; Apr. 7. 

Altgelt, Herman E.. South Bend. Ind., assignor to Oliver 
Farm Equipment Company. Tractor power lift and im- 
plpment. 2.0.59.676 ; Nov. 3. 

Altgelt, Rudolph J., South Bend, Ind., assignor to Oliver 
Farm Equipment Company. Moldboard for plows. 
2.041,519 ; May 19. 



Altgelt, Rudolph J., and C. H. Gemherling, South Bend, 

Ind., assignors to Oliver Farm Equipment Company. 

Implement attachment for crawler tractors. 2,048,914 ; 

Julv 28. 
Altgelt, Rudolf J., and C. H. Gemherling, South Bend, 

Ind., assignors to Oliver Farm Equipment Company. 

Disk plow. 2,057,080 ; Oct. 13. 
Alther, Joseph G., assignor to Universal Oil Products Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Method and apparatus for heating 

fluids. 2.029,291 ; Feb. 4. 
Alther, Josepli G., assignor to Universal Oil Products 

Company, Chicago, 111. Heating fluids and apparatus 

therefor. 2,029,292 ; Feb. 4. 
Alther, Joseph G., assignor to Universal Oil Products 

Company, Chicago, lU. Heating of fluids. 2,029,293 ; 

Feb. 4. 
Alther, Joseph G., assignor to Universal Oil Products 

Company, Chicago, 111. Heating of fluids. 2,029,294 ; 

Feb. 4. 
Alther, Joseph G., assignor to Universal Oil Products Com- 
pany, Chicago, IlL Conversion of hydrocarbon oils. 

2,039,379 ; May 5. 
Alther, Joseph G., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 

Universal Oil Products Company, Chicago, 111. Cracking 

oil. 2,061,820 ; Nov. 24. 
Alther, Joseph G., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 

Universal Oil Products Company, Chicago, 111. Process 

and apparatus for treating hydrocarbon oils. 2,063,072 ; 

Dec. 8. 

Althouse, Arthur B., Manoa, Pa. Automobile control de- 
vice. 2,042,202; May 26. 

Altick, Charles D., Dayton, Ohio. System of pulp prepara- 
tion. 2,035,447; Mar. 31. 

Altieri, Alexander, Philadelphia, Pa. Water heater. 
2,044,237 ; June 16. 

Altieri, Antonio, Chicago, 111., assignor to The Yale i% 
Towne Manufacturing Company, Stamford, Conn. Mul- 
tiple-lift truck. 2,050,643; Aug. 11. 

Altman. Fred E., assignor to Eastman Kodak Company, 
Rochester, N. Y. Optical system. 2,043,916; June 9. 

Altman, Fred E.. assignor to Eastman Kodak Company, 
Rochester, N. Y. Optical system. 2,047,244; July 14. 

Altmann, Hans P., Berlin-Cliarlottenburg. CJermany. De- 
vice for frightening animals. 2.060.161 ; Nov. 10. 

Altmayer, Frank, assignor to Willard Storage Battery 
Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Hydrometer syringe. 
2,031,025 ; Feb. 18. 

Alton, William H., New York. N. Y., and H. I. Jones, 
Wilmette. 111., assignors to R. T. Vanderbilt Co., Inc., 
New York, N. Y. Delustering of textiles. 2,057,469 ; 
Oct. 13. 

Altorfer, Henry W., Peoria, 111. Ironing machine cabinet. 
2,029.283 ; Feb. 4. 

Altos Hydraulic Devices Company. (See Stieler, Harry F., 
assignor.) 

Altpeter, Ludwig, Essen, Germany. Dehydration appa- 
ratus. 2.059,191 ; Nov. 3. 

Altwegg, Hans, and A. Eichler, Freiburg, Germany, as- 
signors to Du Pont Rayon Company, New York, N. Y. 
Producing artificial thread. 2,053,310 ; Sept. 8. 

Altwicker. Hubert. (See Schmidt. W., and Altwicker.) 

Alumbaugh, Prank C, St. Joseph, Mo., assignor to M. N. 
Leibowitz, Philadelphia, Pa. Cigarette igniter and dis- 
penser. 2,038.333 ; Apr. 21. 

Aluminium Plant & Vessel Company Limited, The. (See 
French, Thomas E., assignor.) 

Aluminum .\lloys Welding Corporation. (See Malley, Nel- 
son P., assignor.) 

Aluminum Company of America. (See Bengston, Helmer, 
assignor.) 

Aluminum Company of America. (See Bohn, Donald I., 
assignor.) 

Aluminum Company of America. (See Brown, Ralph W., 
assignor.) 

Aluminum Company of America. (See Callis, C. C, and 
Derr, assignors.) 

Aluminum Company of America. (See Dean, Alilo M., 
assignor.) 

Aluminum Company of America. (See Dean, W. A., and 
Jancura, assignors.) 

Aluminum Company of America. (See Derr, Ralph B., 
assignor.) 

Aluminum Company of America. (See Derr, R. B., and 
Callis. assignors.) 

Aluminum Company of America. (See Pink, William L., 
assignor.) 

Aluminum Company of America. (See Frary, Francis C, 
assignor.) 

Aluminum Company of America. (See Growdon, .Tames 
P., assignor.) 

Aluminum Company of America. (See Guyot, Marius, 
assignor.) 

Aluminum (Company of America. (See Handler, Alfred A., 
assignor.) 

Aluminum Company of America. (See Herwood, John L., 
assignor.) 

Aluminum Company of America. (See Hopkins, Howard 
L.. assignor.) 

.Vluminum Company of America. (See Jardine, Frank, 
assignor.) 

Aluminum Company of America. (See Keller, Fred, as- 
signor.) 

Aluminum Company of America. (See Kempf, L. W., and 
Dean, assignors.) 



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Aluminum Company of America. (See Miison, R. B., and 
Tosterud, assignors.) 

Aluminum Company ot America. (See McLaughlin, Jos- 
eph E., assignor.) 

Aluminum Company of America. (See Monroe, Robert A., 
assignor.) 

Aluminum Company of America. (See Moore, George L., 
assignor.) 

Aluminum Company of America. (See Node, Joseph A., 
Jr., assignor.) 

Aluminum Company of America. (See Nock, J. A., Jr., 
and Freclie, assignors.) 

Aluminum Company of America. (See Norton, A. B., and 
Guyot, assignors.) 

Aluminum Company of America. (See Noyes, M. B., and 
Monroe, assignors.) 

Aluminum Company of America. (See Paine, Roy E., as- 
signor.) 

Aluminum Company of America. (See Stickley, George 
W.. assignor.) 

Aluminum Company of America. (See Strattard, Charles 
L.. assignor.) 

Aluminum Company of America. (See Stroup, Philip T., 
assignor.) 

Aluminum Company of America. (See Templin, Richard 
L.. assignor.) 

Aluminum Company of America. (See Tosterud, Martin, 
assignor.) 

Aluminum Company of America. (See Updegraff, Hughes 
B., assignor.) 

Aluminum Company of America. (See Weigel, Melvin 
P., assignor.) 

Aluminum Company of America. (See Work, Harold 
K., assignor.) 

Aluminum Cooking Utensil Company. (See Cisco, Edward 
S.. assignor.) 

Aluminum Cooking Utensil Company, The. (See Matter, 
J. K., and Geiger, assignors.) 

Aluminum Goods Manufacturing Company. (See I^arsen, 
Alantser F., assignor.) 

Aluminum-Industrie-Aktien-Gesellschaft. (See Preiswerk, 
Max, assignor.) 

Aluminum Ladder Company. (See Carbis, Samuel H., 
assignor.) 

Aluminum Specialty Company. (See Spindler, Walter E., 
assignor.) 

Alusas, Joseph G., Sharon Hill, Pa. Support. 2,063,289 ; 
Dec. 8. 

Alvarado, Alfonso M., assignor to E. I. du Pont de 
Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Aqueous dis- 
persions of hvdrogenated rubber aud preparing the 
same. 2,06.3,073 ; Dec. 8. 

Alvarado, Alfonso M., and H..,T. Barrett, assignors to E. I. 
du Pont de Nemours &,, Company, Wilmington, Del. 
Coated fabric. 2.065,881 : "Dec. 29. 

Alvarado, Alfonso M., E. B. Flint, and L. P. Hubbuch, as- 
signors to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company. Wil- 
mington, Del. Coated fabric. 2,061,127 ; Nov. 17. 

Alvarez, Leo A. (See Willats, H. B., and Alvarez.) 

Alvear, Victor, Brooklyn, assignor of one-half to E. Young, 
Long Island City, N. Y. Tap for liquid receptacles. 
2.062.199 : Nov. 24. 

Alvey-Ferguson Company, The. (See Stokes, William K., 
assignor.) 

Alvord, Clayton H., Hastings, assignor to Tridex Machine 
Corporation, New York, N. Y. Method and apparatus 
for treating surfaces. 2.044.557; June 16. 

Amal Limited. (See Kae, W., and Tisdell, assignors.) 

Amann, Max, and S. Cahn, Prankfort-on-the-Main. Ger- 
many. Double current telegraph installation. 2,047,091 : 
July 7. 

Amaru, Fortunata. (See Amaru, Liborio. assignor.) 

Amaru, Liborio, assignor of one-half to F. Amaru, Boston, 
Mass. Nonreflllable bottle and container stopper. 
2,031,446 ; Feb. 18. 

Amati, Luigi. (See Bocca, C, and Amati.) 

Amato, Irving .!., assignor of one-half to E. F. Fahey, 
Pittsfield, Mass. Sprayer. 2,058,391; Oct. 27. 

Amberg, Walter E., assignor to Universal Paper Products 
Company. Chicago, 111. Paper container and producing 
same. 2,056,893 ; Oct. 6. 

Amb.i6rnson. Gustav A., Herrljunga, Sweden. Propeller. 
2,047,847 ; July 14. 

Ambrose, Clarence M. (See Lamb. Harry, assignor.) 

Ambrose, Henry A. (See Loomis, A. G., Teplits, and 
Ambrose.) 

Ambrose, Henry A., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Gulf Re- 
search & Development Corporation, Wilmington, Del. 
Shutting off water in oil wells. 2.032,825 : Mar. 3. 

Ambrose, Henry A., assignor to Gulf Research & Devel- 
opment Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Lubricating jelly. 
2.056.594; Oct. 6. 

Ambrose, Henry A., and A. J. Teplitz, Pittsburgh, Pa., as- 
signors to Gulf Research & Development Corporation, 
Wilmington, Del. Treatment of oil wells. 2,032,826; 
Mar. 3. 

Amiiruster. Cornelius, Roslyn, assignors to The Electric 
Storage Battery Company. Philadelphia. Pa. Storage 
battery terminal post structure. 2.059.506 : Nov. 3. 

Ambursen Construction Company. (See Davis, Calvin V., 
assignor.) 

Amco. Tnporporated. (.'^ee Geer. Paul L., assignor.) 

Amco, Incorporated. (See Morton, William A., assignor. 1 

Amco, Incorporated. (See Morton, W. A., and Spencer, 
assignors.) 



Amdur, Leon H., assignor to Masterpiece Radio Corp., 

Brooklyn, N. Y. Radio receiving set. 2,062,632 ; Dec. 1. 
Amend, William J., assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours 

«So Company, Wilmington, Del. Producing a tolyl carbi- 

nol. 2,040,913 ; May 19. 
Amend, William J., assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & 

Company, Wilmington, Del. Catalytic hydrogenation of 

aromatic aldehydes. 2,046,011; June 30. 
American Agricultural Chemical Company, The. (See 

Klosky, Simon, assignor.) 
American Air Filter Company. (See Birkholz, Hans E., 

assignor.) 
American Air Filter Company. (See Hegan, Chester P., 

assignor.) 
American Air Filter Company. (See Sylvan, Stlg G; Son, 

assignor.) 
American Anode Incorporated. (See Albright, R. W., and 

Szegvari, assignors.) 
American Anode, Inc. (See Beal, Carl L., assignor.) 
American Anode Inc. (See Hansen, Merrill E., assignor.) 
American Anode, Inc. (See Hansen, M. E., and Beal, as- 
signors.) 
American Anode Incorporated. (See Twiss, Douglas F., 

assignor.) 
American Anode, Inc. (See Winder, George L., assignor.) 
American Armament Corporation. (See Joyce, Bryan 

P., assignor. 
American Asphalt Paint Co. (See Ford, Thomas C, as- 
signor.) 
American Asphalt Roof Corporation. (See Venrick, Eni- 

mett E., assignor.) 
American Automatic Devices Co. (See Howard, Frank C, 

assignor.) 
American Bank Note Company. (See Holland, Walter, 

assignor.) 
American Bank Note Company. (See Marquardt, Frank C, 

assignor.) 
American Bank Note Company. (See Wittnebel, Arthur 

A., assignor.) 
American Bemberg Corporation. (See Bauriedel and Knehe, 

assignors.) 
American Bemberg Corporation. (See Hardt, Gustav, 

assignor.) 
American Bemberg Corporation. (See Hartmann, August, 

assignor.) 
American Bemberg Corporation. '(See Hartmann, A., and 

Bauriedel, assignors.) 
American Bemberg Corporation. (See Hofmann, H., and 

Richter, assignors.) 
American Bemberg Corporation. (See Kumichel, Wilhelm, 

assignor. ) 
American Bemberg Corporation. (See Ostermann, Walter, 

assignor.) 
American Bemberg Corporation. (See Ostermann, W., 

Kumichel, and HoflnghoflE, assignors.) 
American Bemberg Corporation. (See Sellner, E., and 

Starck, assignors.) 
American Bemberg Corporation. (See Zinselmeyer, Wal- 
ter, assignor.) 
American Bicheroux Company, The. (See von Reis, Lam- 
bert, assignor.) 
American Bitumuls Company. (See Watts, Vilas E., as- 
signor.) 
American Blind Stitch Machine Company. (See Dearborn, 

Charles A., assignor.) 
American Blind Stitch Machine Company. (See Rivers, 

Louis, assignor.) 
American Blower Corporation. (See Alison, Noah L., as- 
signor. ) 
American Blower Corporation. (See O'Brien, James H., 

assignor.) 
American Box Board Company. (See Andersen, Wilbur G., 

Jr., assignor.) 
American Brake Company, The. (See Redford, John E., 

assignor.) 
American Brakeblok Corporation. (See Alley, John D., 

assignor.) 
American Brakeblok Corporation. (See Lidkea, H. .T., and 

Spokes, assignors.) 
American Brakeblok Corporation. (See Smith, Harry N., 

assignor. 1 
American Brakeblok Corporation. (See Spokes, Ray E., 

assignor.) 
American Brakeblok Corporation. (See Spokes, R. E., and 

Willard, assignors.) 
American Brake Shoe and Foundry Company, The. (See 

Pogue. Robert B., assignor.) 
American Brass Company, The. (See Bronson, George E., 

assignor.) 
American Brass Company, The. (See Butterbaugh, Homer 

W., assignor.) 
American Brass Company, The. (See Coe, James R., a.s- 

signor. 1 
American Brass Company, The. (See Cooper, Charles F., 

assignor.) 
American Brass Company, The. (See Davis, C. H., and 

Munson. assignors.) 
American Brass Company, The. (See Davis, C. H., Mun- 
son. and Smith, assignors.) 
American Brass Company, The. (See Freeman, J. R., Jr., 

and Hungerford. assignors.) 
American Brass Company, The. (See Jennison, Herbert 

C. assignor.) 
American Brass Company, The. (See Little, Thomas J., 

assignor.) 



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American Brass Company, The. (See Maxwell, James C. 
G., assignor.) 

American Brass Company, The. (See Munson, Elmer I.., 
assignor.) 

American Brass Company, The. (See Pierson, Harold Jj., 
assignor.) 

American Brass Company, The. (See Rippere, William 
H., assignor.) „ _ 

American Brass Company, The. (See Sllliman, Horace F., 
assignor.) „ ., „ 

American Brass Company, The. (See Smith, Cynl S., as- 
signor.) 

American Buckle Company, The. (See Hodge, Robert J., 
assignor.) 

American Buckle Co. (See Troendly, Harry P., as- 
signor.) 

American Buckle Co. (See White, P. W., and Heinze, as- 
signors.) 

American Cabinet Hardware Corp. (See Aldeen, Gedor W., 
assignor.) 

American Cable Company. (See Bratz, Otto, assignor.) 

American Cable Co. (See Briggs, Arthur J., assignor.) 

American Cable Company. (See Burd, Gorman C, as- 
signor.) 

American Cable Company. (See Ensinger, M. G., and 
Voigtlander, assignors.) 

American Cable Company. (See Williams, Harry, as- 
signor.) 

American Can Company. (See Bach, Neils P., assignor.) 

American Can Company. (See Baechle, James E., as- 
signor. ) 

American Can Company. (See Ball, C. O., and Wilbur, 
assignors.) 

American Can Company. (See Benjamin, Howard A., 
assignor.) 

American Can Company. (See Cortilet, Michael P., as- 
signor.) 

American Can Company. (See Eberhart, Felix, assignor.) 

American Can Company. (See Edwards, Harvey G., as- 
signor.) 

American Can Company. (See Erne, Charles H., as- 
signor.) 

American Can Company. (See Foss, Fred G., assignor.) 

American Can Company. (See Groenke, Walter E., as- 
signor. ) 

American Can Company. (See Haynes, Spencer S., as- 
signor.) 

American Can Company. (See Heald, Matthew L., as- 
signor.) 

American Can Company. (See Hoffman, Edmund, as- 
signor.) 

American Can Company. (See HoUoway, James M., as- 
signor.) 

American Can Company. (See Hothersall, John M., as- 
signor.) 

American Can Company. (See Jacobs, S. S., and Rooney, 
assignor.) 

American Can Company. (See Jones, Lyman L., assignor.) 

American Can Company. (See Korwan, Henry B., as- 
signor.) 

American Can Company. (See Lord, William R., assign- 
or.) 

American Can Company. (See Luthi, Robert, assignor.) 

American Can Company. (See Murch. .Tohn H., assignor.) 

American Can Company. (See Nicholls, Henry M., as- 
signor.) 

American Can Company. (See Nordquist, Ronald B. J., 
assignor.) 

American Can Company. (See Nordquist, R. E. J., and 
Le Frank, assignors.) 

American Can Company. (See O'Hara, William M., as- 
signor.) 

American Can Company. (See Peters, John F., assignor.) 

American Can Company. (See Philp, William J., assignor.) 

American Can Company. (See Reynolds, Henry T., as- 
signor.) 

American Can Company. (See Robinson, John E., as- 
signor.) 

American Can Company. (See Rooney, Walter E., as- 
signor.) 

American Can Company. (See Saalbach, Arthur A., as- 
signor.) 

American Can Company. (See Shirley, Samuel C, as- 
signor.) 

American Can Company. (See Taylor, William E., as- 
signor.) 

American Can Company. (See Wardell, William J., as- 
signor.) 

American Can Company. (See Wise, John H., assignor.) 

American Can Company. (See Young, John M., as- 
signor.) 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Christiansen, 
John, assignor.) 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Clade, Robert, 
assignor.) 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Clade, R., and 
Knox, assignors.) 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Field, Henry 
P., assignor.) 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Griffin, Wil- 
liam T., assignor.) 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Johnson, War- 
ren v., assignor.') 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Kepner, Rob- 
ert C, assignor.) 



American Car and Foundry Company. (See Rich, Donald 
U., assignor.) 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Schroeder, 
Ernest R., assignor.) 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Shields, Rob- 
ert A., assignor.) 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Thompson, 
J. B. D., and Udstad, assignors.) 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Willoughby, 
Victor, assignor.) 

American Car and Foundry Motors Company. (See Chap- 
man. .Tames F., assignor.) 

American Car and Foundry Motors Company. (See Doyle, 
Willis G., assignor.) 

American Carbolite Company. (See Duncan, David C, as- 
signor.) 

American Cast Iron Pipe Company. (See Moore, William 
D., assignor.) 

American Cast Iron Pipe Company. (See Stevens, Fred, 
assignor.) 

American Centrifugal Corporation. (See Pecker, Joseph 
S., assignor.) 

American Chain Company. (See Bleecker, William H., 
Jr., assignor.) 

American Chain Company. (See Graham, Frank A., as- 
signor.) 

American Chain Company. (See La Mont, Walter D., as- 
signor. ) 

American Chain Company. (See Lewis, D., Walsh, and 
Lashar, assignors.) 

American Chain Company. (See Rechard, O. H., and 
Kuhlman, assignors.) 

American Chain Company. (See Reyburn, John R., as- 
signor.) 

American Chain Company. (See Williams, Charles G., as- 
signor.) 

American Chemical Paint Company. (See Mackenzie, 

Franklin H., assignor.) 
American Chemical Paint Company. (See Saukaitis, Albert 

J., assignor.) 
American Coach & Body Company. (See Larsen, Nell 

P., assignor.) 
American Colloid Corporation. (See Amthor, F., and 

Reinhard, assignors.) 
American Colloid Sales Division, Inc. (See Bechtner, P., 

and Hirschmann, assignors.) 
American Colortype Company. (See Vierling, Lester L., 

assignor.) 
American Concrete and Steel Pipe Company. (See Whit- 
ing, William A., assignor.) 
American Concrete Units Co. Inc. (See Shinn, A. R., and 

Voorheis, assignors.) 
American Coolair Corporation. (See Baker, George W., 

assignor.) V 

American Cooling Tower Company. (See Hopkins, E. R., 
and Baraban, assignors.) 

American Cyanamid & Chemical Corporation. (See As- 
bury, Thomas W. and R. A., and Predriksson, assignors.) 

American Cyanamid & Chemical Corporation. (See Clark, 
Cyril B., assignor.) 

American Cyanamid & Chemical Corporation. (See Davis, 
Clarke P., assignor.) 

American Cyanamid & Chemical Corporation. (See Fred- 
riksson, John F., assignor.) 

American Cyanamid & Chemical Corporation. (See Hard- 
ing, W. H., and Montgomery, assignors.) 

American Cyanamid & Chemical Corporation. (See Jaeger, 
Alphons O., assignor.) 

American Cyanamid & Chemical Corporation. (See Lurie, 
David, assignor.) 

American Cyanamid & Chemical Corporation. (See Uhde, 
Georg F., assignor.) 

American Cyanamid Company. (See Christmann, L. J., 
and Falconer, assignors.) 

American Cyanamid Company. (See Christmann, L. J., 
and Jayne, assignors.) 

American Cyanamid Company. (See Clark, Cyril B., as- 
signor.) 

American Cyanamid Company. (See Cox, George B., as- 
signor.) 

American Cyanamid Company. (See Moffett, Ernest C, 
assignor.) 

American Cyanamid Company et al. (See Reynolds, 
Blvthe M., assignor.) 

American Cyanamid Company. (See Ripper, Kurt, as- 
signor.) 

American Cyanamid Company. (See Eosenstein, Ludwig, 

assignor.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Rossiter, B. C, and 

Brookes, assignors. i 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Watson, Philip B., 

assignor. ) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Wheway, James G., 

assignor. ) 
American Cystoscope Makers, Inc. (See Wappler, P. C, 

and Parber, assignors.) 
American District Steam Company. (See Hall, Robert, 

assignor.) 
American District Telegraph Company. (See Hopkins, 

Richard M., assignor.) 
American District Telegraph Company. (See Hopkins, 

R. M., and lAford. assignors.) 
American District Telegraph Company. (See Hopkina, 

R. M., and Spamer, assignors.) 



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American District Telegrapli Company. (See Johnson, 

C. C, Hopkins, and Spauier, assignors.) 
American Electric Company of California. (See Berry- 
man, E. H., and Huppert, assignors.) 
American Electric Fusion Corporation. (See Corwin, 

Howard D., assignor.) 
American Electric Fusion Corporation. (See von Henke, 

Edmund .T., assignor.) 
American Electric Heating Company. (See Gannon, 

James E., assignor.) 
American Electrical Corporation of Massachusetts. (See 

Mason, William K., assignor.) 
American Encaustic Tiling Company. (See McCoy, Wil- 
liam, assignor.) 
American Engineering Company. (See Bennett, Joseph S., 

assignor.) 
American Engineering Company. (See Koons, Charles V., 

assignor.) 
American Engineering Company. (See Link, Harry W., 

assignor.) 
American Engineering Company. (See Preston, Herbert 

E., assignor.) 
American Engineering Company. (See Sibbe, Carl F., 

assignor.) 
American Bnka Corporation. (See Bouhuys, Aleidus G., 

assignor.) 
American Enka Corporation. (See Hubbeling, Johan D. 

W., assignor.) 
American Bnka Corporation. (See Kriek, Peter P., as- 
signor.) 
American Enka Corporation. (See Moog, Karl, assignor.) 
American Bnka Corporation. (See Moritz, Adrian J. L., 

assignor.) 
American Enka Corporation. (See Moritz, A. J. L., and 

Schllthuis, assignors.) 
American Enka Corporation. (See Schrenk, Hans A., 

assignor.) 
American Enka Corporation. (See Sunderland, Alfred E., 

assignor.) 

American Envelope Company. (See Cowan, H. G., Lake, 

and Urbanowitz, assignors.) 
American Feather Products Corporation. (See Buchman, 

Elias, assignor.) 
American Fixture & Showcase Manufacturing Company. 

(See Schott. Peter, Jr., assignor.) 
American Flange & Manufacturing Company. (See Sam- 
ple, F. W., and Boss, assignors.) 
American Flange & Manufacturing Co. Inc. (See Jese- 

vich, John P., assignor.) 
American Flange & Manufacturing Co. Inc. (See Shera, 

John W., assignor.) 
American Floor Surfacing Machine Company. (See My- 
ers. Harry L., assignor.) 
American Folding Umbrella Corporation. (See Okun, 

Edward, assignor.) 
American Forging and Socket Company. (See Saunders, 

Walter S., assignor.) 
American Fork & Hoe Company, The. (See Dennis, 

Charles H., assignor. > 
American Fork & Hoe Company, The. (See Fifield, Albert 

F., assignor.) 
American Fork & Hoe Company, The. (See McKechnie, 

Robert R., .Jr., assignor.) 
American Fork & Hoe Company, The. (See Nicholas, John 

S., assignor.) 
American Fork & Hoe Company, The. (See Tengel, Louis, 

assignor.) 
American Foundation for the Blind, Inc. (See Miller, 

Q. J., and Jurliman, assignors.) 
American Foundry Equipment Company, The. (See 

Soverhill. Harvey A., assignor.) 
American (3as Association, Incorporated. (See Jones, B. 

D., and Teller, assignors.) 
American Gasaccumulator Company. (See Diebold, Anton, 

assignor.) 
American Grinder and Specialty Corporation. (See 

Mueller, .Joseph J., assignor.) 
American Gypsum Co., The. (See Finefrock, T. P., and 

O'Neil, assignors.) 
American Hair & Pelt Company. (See Clements, A. L., 

and Calsmer, assignors.) 
American Hard Rubber Company. (See Bohn, S., and 

King, assignors.) 
American Hard Rubber Company. (See Carson, Oswald B., 

assignor.) 
American Hardware Corporation, The. (See Holpfer, 

Marcus, assignor.) 
American Hardware Corporation, The. (See Moore, Wal- 
lace F., assignor.) 
American Hardware Corporation, The. (See Stone, Elmer 

B., assignor.) 
American Hardware Corporation, The. (See Tracy, John 

M., assignor.) 
American Hoist and Derrick Company. (See HoUerbach, 

Walter M., assignor.) 
American Hoist and Derrick Company. (See LjungkuU, 

Rolf E., assignor.) 
American Hyalsol Corporation. (See Bertsch, Heinrich, 

assignor.) 
American Hyalsol Corporation. (See Butz, Karl, assignor.) 
American Hyalsol Corporation. (See Gotte, Ernst, as- 
signor.) 
American Hydrolizer Company. (See Urban, Alfred E., 

assignor.) 



American Instrument Company. (See Reynolds, William 
H., assignor.) 

American-La France-Poamite Corporation. (See Gilbert, 
Victor G. W., assignor.) 

American-La France and Foamite Corporation. (See 
Smith, Cecil H., assignor.) 

American Laundry Machinery Company, The. (See Bald- 
win, George S., assignor.) 

American Laundry Machinery Company, The. (See 
Balzer, F., and Knapmeyer, assignors.) 

American Laundry Machinery Company. (See Colclough, 
William, assignor.) 

American Laundry Machinery Company, The. (See Couch, 
Forrest J., assignor.) 

American Laundry Machinery Company, The. (See Daly, 
Joseph P., assignor.) 

American Laundry Machinery Company, The. (See Dewey, 
James M., assignor.) 

American Laundry Machinery Company, The. (See El- 
berty, Robert S., Jr., assignor.) 

American Laundry Machinery Company, The. (See Gab- 
bert, Hugh W., assignor.) 

American Laundry Machinery Company, The. (See Ger- 
lach, Frank A., assignor.) 

American Laundry Machinery Company, The. (See Han- 
ney, Angus P., assignor.) 

American Laundry Machinery Company, The. (See Hetzer, 
Russell A., assignor.) 

American Laundry Machinery Company, The. (See Higley, 
i^'rank R., assignor.) 

American Laundry Machinery Company, The. (See Hol- 
lander, Adrian J., assignor.) 

American Laundry Machinery Company, The. (See John- 
son, George W., assignor.) 

American Laundry Machinery Company, The. (See 
Johnson, Oscar W., assignor.) 

American Laundry Machinery Company. (See Kahn, Leo 
M., assignor.) 

American Laundry Machinery Company, The. ( See Mall, 
Edwin A., assignor.) 

American Laundry Machinery Company, The. (See Malott, 
Clifton S., Jr., assignor.) 

American Laundry Machinery Company. (See Matthews, 
Albert, assignor.) 

American Laundry Machinery Company, The. (See Orr, 
Carroll E., assignor.) 

American Laundry Machinery Company, The. (See Otis, 
Charles M., assignor.) 

American Laundry Machinery Company, The. (See Pat- 
terson, John S., assignor.) 

American Laundry Machinery Company, The. (See Rice, 
Willis B., assignor.) 

American Laundry Machinery Company, The. (See Sando, 
Joseph B., assignor.) 

American Laundry Machinery Company, The. (See 
Singiser, John P., assignor.) 

American Laundry Machinery Company, The. (See 
Vetorino, Frank, assignor.) 

American Lecithin Company. (See Rewald, Bruno A., as- 
signor.) 

American Lecithin Company. (See Schwieger, Albert, as- 
signor.) 

American Licorice Co. (See Kretchmer, Clarence M., as- 
signor.) 

American Locomotive Company. (See Blunt, James G., 
assignor.) 

American Locomotive Company. (See Eckfedlt, J. J. 
Flodin, and Lawson, assignors.) 

American Locomotive Company. (See Flodin, N. E., and 
Eckfeldt, assignors.) 

American Locomotive Company. (See Kindervater, Julius, 
assignor.) 

American Locomotive Company. (See Miller, Sherman, 
assignor.) 

American Locomotive Company. (See Robinson, Garland 
P., assignor.) 

American Lurgi Corporation. (See Briicke, Otto, assignor.) 

American Lurgi Corporation. (See Dfibuch, Carl P., as- 
signor.) 

American Lurgi Corporation. (See Debuch, C. P. and 
Markworth, assignors. ) 

American Lurgi Corporation. (See Geil, B., and Ebert, 
assignors.) 

American Lurgi Corporation. (See Gensecke, Wilhelm, 
assignor.) 

American Lurgi Corporation. (See Kolb, Viktor, as- 
signor.) 

American Lurgi Corporation. (See Krlssiep, R., and Lini- 
cus, assignors.) 

American Lurgi Corporation. (See Pontzen, Herbert, as- 
signor. ) 

American Lurgi Corporation. (See Roder, O., and Slegens, 
assignors.) 

American Lurgi Corporation. (See Sachs, G., and Burk- 
hardt,' assignors.) 

American Lurgi Corporation. (See Siegens, H., and Roder, 
assignors.) 

American Lurgi Corporation. (See von Forster, H., and 
Kiinstel, assignors.) 

American Lurgi Corporation. (See Wendeborn, Helmut, 
assignor.) 

American Machine & Foundry Company. (See De Huff, 
Walter F., assignor.) 

American Machine & Foundry Company. (See Ferenci, 
Lester, assignor.) 



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American Machine & Foundry Company. (See Kinker, 
John C, Jr., assignor.) 

American Machine & Foundry Company. (See Podmore, 
Arthur, assignor.) 

American Machine & Foundry Company. (See Rundell, 
Kupert E., assignor.) 

American Machine and Metals, Inc. (See Erlanger, Ar- 
nold, assignor.) 

American Machine and Metals Manufacturing Corporation, 
(See Joncha, Anton, assignor.) 

American Magnesium Metals Corporation. (See Hansgirg, 
Fritz, assignor.) 

American Magnesium Metals Corporation. (See Kemmer, 
Frank R., assignor.) 

American Magnesium Metals Corporation, (See Schichtel, 
Georg, assignor,) 

American Manganese Steel Company. (See Graham, 
Dwight, assignor.) 

American Manganese Steel Company. (See Morrison, 
Harry L., assignor.) 

American Metal Company, The. (See Eppensteiner, Wil- 
liam P., assignor.) 

American Metal Company, The. (See Kern, Edward F., 
assignor.) 

American Metal Company, Ltd., The. (See Aldrich, Charles 
H., assignor.) 

American Metal Company Limited, The. (See Ileuer, 
Russell P., assignor.) 

American Metal Products Company. (See Baker, William 
G., assignor.) 

American Mills Company, The. (See Lilley, Samuel C, 
assignor.) 

American Mine Door Company, The. (See Gurney, Albert 
J., assignor.) 

American Mop Company. (See Bohnenblust, Walter H., 
assignor.) 

American National Company, The. (See Berry, Michael 
E., assignor.) 

American-National Company, The. (See Dennehy, Cor- 
nelius J., assignor.) 

American-National Company, The. (See van Doren, H. L., 
and KIdeout, assignors.) 

American Oak Leather Co., The. (See Wilson, Earle, as- 
signor. ) 

American Optical Company. (See Baker, Nelson M., 
assignor.) 

American Optical Company. (See Cozzens, Charles O., 
assignor.) 

American Optical Company. (See Gagnon, Louis L., as- 
signor.) 

American Optical Company. (See Moulton, Harold E., as- 
signor.) 

American Optical Company. (See Price, Norman H., as- 
signor. ) 

American Optical Company. (See Schumacher, Elmer L., 
assignor. ) 

American Optical Company. (See Splaine, Edward M., 
assignor.) 

American Optical Company. (See Styll, H. H., and Gag- 
non, assignors.) 

American Optical Company. (See Tillyer, Edgar D., 
assignor.) 

American Optical Company. (See Tillyer, E. D., and Hill, 
assignor.) 

American Optical Company. (See Tillyer, E. D., and 
Moulton, assignors.) 

American Optical Company. (See Wells, Joel C., assignor.) 

American Osythermic Corporation. (.See Frankl, Mathias, 
assignor.) 

American Paper Bottle Company, The. (See Scott, Henry 
T., assignor.) 

American Pearl Button Co. (See Knott, Harry H., as- 
signor.) 

American Platinum Works. (See Streicher, Johann S., 
assignor.) 

American Potash & Chemical Corporation. (See Allen, 
William H., assignor.) 

American Potash & Chemical Corporation. (See Allen, W. 
H., Gale, and Ritchie, assignors.) 

American Potash & Chemical Corporation. (See Allen, 
W. H., Underbill, and Ritchie, assignors.) 

American Potash & Chemical Corporation. (See Black, 
Leroy G., assignor.) 

American Radiator Company. (See Atherton, George R., 
assignor.) 

American Radiator Company. (See Cornell, Edward S., Jr., 
assignor.) 

American Railway Products Company. (See Cooke, George 
T., assignor.) 

American Rolling Mill Company, The. (See AUsworth, 
Terrence W., assignor.) 

American Rolling Mill Company, The. (See Canfield, J. 
J., and McGohan, assignors.) 

American Rolling Mill Company, The. (See Delany, 
Albanus G., assignor.) 

American Rolling Mill Company, The. (See Freeze, Jon- 
athan R.. assignor.) 

American Rolling Mill Company, The. (See Freeze, J. 
R., and Spaulding, assignors.) 

American Rolling Mill Company. ( See Hansen, George P., 
assignor.) 

American Rolling Mill Company, The. . (See Hudson, 
Edwin B.. assignor.) 

American Rolling Mill Company, The. (See McGohan, 
George W., assignor.) 



American Rolling Mill Company, The. (See Payne, Wil- 
liam H., assignor.) 

American Rolling Mill Company, The. (See Snider, 
Robert D.) 

American Rolling Mill Co., The. (See Sondag, George W., 
assignor.) 

American Rolling Mill Company. (See Warren, Jay P., 
assignor.) 

American Safety Razor Corporation. (See Behrman, 
Marcus B., assignor.) 

American Safety Razor Corp. (See Dalkowitz, Godfrey, 
assignor.) 

American Safety Razor Corporation. (See McWilliams, 
Joseph E., assignor.) 

American Safety Table Company. (See Volgt, Max T., as- 
signor.) 

American Sales Book Company. (See Bottle, Edward K., 
assignor.) 

American Sales Book Company. (See Bovier, Archie M., 
assignor.) 

American Sales Book Company. (See Evans, Evan R., 
assignor.) 

American Sales Book Company. (See Garwood, Victor 
W., assignor.) 

American Sales Book Company. (See Larkin, Charles W., 
assignor. ) 

American Sales Book Company. (See Nixon, Ernest G., 
assignor.) 

American Sales Book Company. (See Phillips, A. H., and 
Allan, assignors.) 

American Sales Book Company. (See Potter, Fred, Jr., 
assignor.) 

American Screw Company. (See Roddy, Vincent J., as- 
signor.) 

American Sealcone Corporation. (See Jones, Ellis L., as- 
signor.) 

American Sealcone Corporation. (See Lutz, George, as- 
signor. ) 

American Sealcone Corporation. (See Winton, Lewis B., 
assignor.) 

American Seal-Kap Corporation. (See Daniels, Ransom J., 
assignor.) 

American Seating Company. (See Barrett, Glenn J., as- 
signor. ) 

American Seating Company. (See Hamilton, George H., 
assignor.) 

American Seating Company. (See Lightfoot, Leo J., as- 
signor.) 

American Seating Company. (See Morgan, Erving B., as- 
signor. ) 

American Seating Company. (See Morgan, E. B., and 
Hanson, assignors.) 

American Seating Company. (See Morgan, E. B., and 
Nuberg, assignors.) 

American Seating Company. (See Nordmark, Henry P., 
assignor.) 

American Securit Company, The. (See Forbes, Lewis 
J-B., assignor.) 

American Security Company, The. (See Long, Bernard, as- 
signor.) 

American Security & Trust Company, The, executor et al. 
(See'Cutts, Richard M.) 

American Sheet and Tin Plate Company. (See Beale, L. 
W., and Murphy, assignors.) 

American Sheet and Tin Plate Company. (See Darbaker, 
James M., assignor.) 

American Sheet and Tin Plate Company. (See Graf, J. E., 
and Lorig. assignors.) 

American Sheet and Tin Plate Company. (See Hunter, 
J. A., and Ihrig, assignors.) 

American Sheet and Tin Plate Company. (See Johnston, 
Robert F., assignor.) 

American Sheet and Tin Plate Company. (See Lorig, 
Edwin T.. assignor.) 

American Sheet and Tin Plate Company. (See Lorig, E. 
T., Moore, and Nichols, assignors.) 

American Sheet and Tin Plate Company. (See Marburg, 
Edgar, assignor.) 

American Sheet and Tin Plate Company. (See Mcllvried, 
H. G., Moore and Peterson, assignors.) 

American Sheet and Tin Plate Company. (See Moore, 
Edwin E., assignor.) 

American Sheet and Tin Plate Company. (See Porter, 
R., and Saylor, assignors.) 

American Shoe Machinery and Tool Company. (See Krag, 
Harry W.. assignor.) 

American Silk Spinning Co. (See Lownes, B. J., Jr., and 
Gibson, assignors.) 

American Slicing Machine Company. (See Campbell, 
William J., assignor.) 

American Smelting and Refining Company. (See Better- 
ton, Jesse O., assignor.) 

American Smelting and Refining Company. (See Better- 
ton, J. O., and Lebedeff, assignors.) 

American Smelting and Refining Company. (See Better- 
ton, J. O., and Lindner, assignors.) 

American Smelting and Refining Company. (See Better- 
ton, J. O., and McLellan, assignors.) 

American Smelting and Refining Company. (See Better- 
ton, J. O., and Phillips, assignors.) 

American Smelting and Refining Company. (See Better- 
ton J. O., and Waterman, assignors.) 

American Smelting and Refining Company. (See Better- 
ton, J. O., and Weis, assignors.) 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



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American Smelting and Refining Company. (See Fleming, 
Edward P., assignor.) 

American Smelting and Refining Company. (See Hanson, 
Charles W., assignor.) 

American Smelting and Refining Company. (See Hanson, 
C. W., and Crites, assignors.) 

American Smelting and Kellning Company. (See Jones, 
T. D., and Reinhardt, assignors.) 

American Smelting and Refining Company. (See Levison, 
S. H., and Bruderlin. assignors.) 

American Smelting and Refining Company. (See Lindner, 
Karl A., assignor.) 

American Smelting and Refining Company. (See Palmer, 
Sidney L., assignor.) 

American Smelting and Refining Company. (See Peirce, 
William H., assignor.) 

American Smelting and Refining Company. (See Perkins. 
Melville F., assignor.) 

American Smelting and Refining Company. (See Phillips 
A. .1., and Swarta, assignors.) 

American Smelting and Refining Company. (See Poland, 
Franlj F., assignor.) 

American Smelting & Refining Company. (See Rathbun, 
Ross B., assignor.) 

American Smelting and Refining Company. (See Skow, 
Ray C, assignor.) 

American Smelting and Refining Company. (See Swartz, 
Carl E., assignor.) 

American Smelting and Refining Company. (See Teats, 
Roscoe, assignor.) 

American Smelting & Refining Company. (See Thomas, 
Meyer D., assignor.) 

American Smelting and Refining Company. (See Wag- 
staff, Richard A., assignor.) 

American Smelting and Refining Company. (See Watzke, 
Albin R., assignor.) 

American Sound Producing Laboratories. (See Wurm, 
Carl, assignor.) 

American Soya Products Corporation. (See Bonotto, 
Michele, assignor.) 

American Steel Company. (See Bachman, Fred B., as- 
signor.) 

American Steel Foundries. (See Bachman, Fred E., as- 
signor.) 

American Steel Foundries. (See Baselt, Walter H., as- 
signor.) 

American Steel Foundries. (See Bender, Frederic H., as- 
signor.) 

American Steel Foundries. (See Bender, F. H., and Bach- 
man, assignors.) 

American Steel Foundries. (See Cottrell, Robert B., as- 
signor.) 

American Steel Foundries. (See Darby, Robert F., as- 
signor. ) 

American Steel Foundries. (See Ernst, Fritz B., as- 
signor.) 

American Steel Foundries. (See Hedgcock, William C, 
assignor.) 

American Steel Foundries. (See Hedgcock, W. C, and 
Keysor, assignors.) 

American Steel Foundries. (See Isaacson, Fred A., as- 
signor.) 

American Steel Foundries. (See Kinne, Edmund P., as- 
signor.) 

American Steel Foundries. (See Lament, John A., as- 
signor.) 

American Steel Foundries. (See Lehrman, Leo A., as- 
signor.) 

American Steel Foundries. (See Oelkers, Alfred H., as- 
signor.) 

American Steel Foundries. (See Oelkers, A. H., and Bach- 
man, assignors.) 

American Steel IJ^oundries. (See Oelkers, A. H., and 
Hedgcock, assignors.) 

American Steel Foundries. (See Peycke, Armand H., as- 
signor.) 

American Steel Foundries. (See Simanek, Edward J., as- 
signor. ) 

American Steel Foundries. (See Somervell, Howard, as- 
signor.) 

American Steel Foundries. (See Walcher, Edwin A., as- 
signor.) 

American Steel & Wire Company. (See Czemba, Frank, 
assignor.) 

American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey. (See 
Braune, C, and Lloyd, assignors.) 

American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey. (See 
Brickman, A. E., and Gleason, assignors.) 

American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 
(See Carlson, Clarence O., assignor.) 

American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 
(See Dillon, Edmund B., a.isignor.) 

American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 
(See Bverling, Walter O., assignor.) 

American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 
(See Febrey, Harold H., assignor.) 

American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 
(See Fessler. C. H. H., and Puchta, assignors.) 

American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 
(See Fitzgibbon, Edward J., assignor.) 

American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 
(See Fitzgibbon, E. J., and Statz, assignors.) 

American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 
(See Gleason, George A., assignor.) 



American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey. (See 

Gleason, G. A., and Hayden, assignors.) 
American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 

(See Greene, Guy G., assignor.) 
American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, Th& 

(See Hillix, Foster F., assignor.) 
American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 

(See Hyatt, Edward, assignor.) 
American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey. (See 

Mardigian, S., and Rizzolla, assignors.) 
American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey. (See 

McNamee. Owen A., assignor.) 
American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 

(See Moreira, Salvador, assignor.) 
American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 

(See Morrison, James J., assignor.) 
American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey. (See 

Morrison, J. J., and Walker, assignors.) 
American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 

(See Peirce, Walter T., assignor.) 
American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey. (See 

Proctor, Homer G., assignor.) 
American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 

(See Skinner, Chester, assignor.) 
American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 

(See Wateman, Denison R., assignor.) 
American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 

(See Williams, Thomas D., assignor.) 
American Steel Wool Mfg. Co. Inc. (See Steinhardt, Amos, 

assignor.) 

American Sterilizer Company. (See Jewell, Raymond L., 
assignor.) 

American Stove Company. (See Frick, William H., as- 
signor.) 

American Stove Company. See Hoffman, Rudolph, as- 
signor.) 

American Stove Company. (See Meacham, Benjamin E., 

assignor.) 
American Stove Company. (See Stockstrom, A., and 

Brodbeck, assignors.) 
American Swiss (Company, The. (See Rightmyer, Holden 

W., assignor.) 
Ajnerican Tap Bush Company. (See Rice, Frank E., 

assignor.) 
American Tar Products Co. (See Rhodes, Edmund O., 

assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegrapu Company. (See Ab- 
bott, Henry H., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Ab- 
bott, H. H., and Newby, assignors.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Abra- 
ham, Leonard G.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Abraham, L. G., assignor, and Grenell. ) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Abra- 
ham, L. G., and Mitchell, assignors.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Affel, Herman A., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Affel, 
H. A., and Green, assignors.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Aikens, Andrew J., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Alm- 
Quist, Milton L., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Ans- 
pach, E. J., and Harri.son, assignors.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Bailey, 
Austin, assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Bailey, A., and Thomson, assignors.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Barnes, Howard C, assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Bascom, Henry M., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Bas- 
com, H. M., and Friend, assignors.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Bischoff. C. F., and Herckmans, assignors.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Borge- 
son, Carl A., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Bown, 
Ralph, assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telesraph Company. (See Brad- 
ford, Raymond C, assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Brazel- 
ton, Roy M., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Breen, 
J. R., and Strausbach, assignors.) 

American Telephone & Telegraph Company. (See Car- 
son, Arthur, assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Car- 
ter, Herman T., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Clau- 
sen, Henry P.. assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Co- 
wan, Prank A., assignor. 1 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Cow- 
an, F. A., and Goetz. assignors.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Cow- 
an, H. B., and Zerman, assignors.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Cox- 
head. Harry B., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Curtis, 
H. E., and Meade, assignors.) 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1936 



American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Dem- 
arest, Charles S., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Dem- 
arest, C. S., and Radcliffi, assignors.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Dietze, 
Eginhard, assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Ed- 
wards, P. G., and Cluttg, assignors.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Ed- 
wards, William H., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Edwards, W. H., and Halligan, assignors.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Espenschied, Lloyd, assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Espenschied, L., and Green, assignors.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Es- 
penscheid, L., and Monk, assignors.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Ferris, 
L. P., Honaman, and Inskip, assignors.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Gan- 
nett, Danforth K., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Gan- 
nett, D. K., and Lewis, assignors.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Glffin, Sidney H., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Goetz, 
Gaston J., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Green, 
Estill I., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Green, 
E. I., and Curtis, assignors.) 

Americal Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Green, 
E. I., Curtis, and Mead, assignors.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Green, 
B. I., and Leibe, assignors.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Green, E. I., Monk, and Tidd, assignors.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Green, 

E. I., and Tidd, assignors.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Green, 
Irving W., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Har- 
vell, J. P., assignor, and Slye.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Hen- 
derson, Oliver, assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Herck- 
mans, Alfred, assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Her- 
man, Joseph, assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See HoU- 
mann, Hans B., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Hon- 
aman, R. K., Inship, and Swart, assignors.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Hub- 
bard, Francis A., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See In- 
glis, Alfred H., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Leibe, 

F. A., and Rogers, assignors.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Lewis, 
Benjamin F., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Mahany, Augustus M., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Matte, Andrew L., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Mil- 
ler, Charles G., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Mitchell, Doren, assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Monk, Newton, assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See More- 
house, L. F., and Shackleton, assignors.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Nel- 
son, S. F., and Shipley, assignors.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Newell, Norman A., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Ny- 
quist, Harry, a.?signor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Ny- 
quist, H., Wright, and Abraham, assignors.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Patche, Clinton J., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Pierce, 
Ralph E., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Ple- 
banski, Jozef, assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Pot- 
ter, Ralph K.. assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Ead- 
clifC, J. P., and Edwards, assignors.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Rey- 
nolds, Frederick W.. assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Rob- 
erts, Leland C, assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See San- 
dalls, George, Jr., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Schmidt, Frederic B., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Schramm. Fied W., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Stone, 
John S., assignor.) 



American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Swart, 

Leland K., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Swart, 

L. K., assignor, and Tebo.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Tay- 
lor, Charles C, assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company, et al. (See 

Taylor, Edmund R., and C. C, assignors, and Wads- 
worth.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph, Company. (See Tidd, 

Warren H., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Tradup, Albert, assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Ver- 

nam, Gilbert S., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Was- 

check, George, assignor.) 
American Telephone cS: Telegraph Company. (See Watson, 

Edward F., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Weiss, 

Garland F., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Wright, S. B., and Abraham, assignors.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Wright, S. B., and Mitchell, assignors.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Zinn, Manvel K., assignor.) 
American Teletector Corporation. (See Kelly, Frederick 

G., assignor.) 
American Teletector Corporation. (See Stirlen, E. D., and 

Kelly, assignors.) 
American Television Laboratories, Inc. (See de Forest, 

Lee, assignor.) 
American Thermometer Company. (See Bolin, Charles D., 

assignor. ) 

American Thermos Bottle Company, The. (See Payson, 
Aurin E. and A. H. and Duevel, assignors.) 

American Tobacco Company, The. (See Priddy, Thomas 
R., assignor.) 

American Tool and Machine Company. (See Tholl, John 
F., assignor.) 

American Tool Works Company, The. (See Robinson, 
Albert E., assignor.) 

American Transformer Company. (See Emlen, Andrew A., 
assignor.) 

American Type Founders Company. (See Kelly, William 
M.. assignor.) 

American Valve & Enameling Corporation. (See Wulf, 
Charles A., assignor.) 

American Volth Contact Co. (See Ehrhart, Josef, as- 
signor.) 

American Voith Contact Co. (See Kugel, Fritz, assignor.) 

American Voith Contact Co. (See Lang, Richard T., as- 
signor.) 

American Voith Contact Company. (See Maurer, Albrecht, 
assignor.) 

American Well Works, The. (See Sperry, John B., as- 
signor.) 

American Window Glass Company. (See Bishop, F. L., 
Shoemaker, Pierce, Wood, and Donnini, assignors.) 

American Window Glass Company. (See Donnini, Edlo, 
assignor.) 

American Window Glass Company. (See Du Bols, Robert 
H., assignor.) 

American Window Glass Company. (See Fisher, Earl P., 
assignor.) 

American Window Glass Company. (See Shoemaker, 
Charles S., assignor.) 

American Window Glass Company. (See Young, Albert 
N., assignor.) 

American Wood Products Corporation. (See Kubes, John 
P., assignor.) 

American Zinc, Lead & Smelting Company. (See Monk, 
R. H., and Ross, assignors.) 

American Zirconium Corporation. (See Little, William T., 
assignor.) 

Amery, George, Kilburn, LondoUj England. Fuel and like 
pump for internal combustion engines. 2,053,311. 
Sept. 8. 

Amery, George, Kilburn, London, England. Fuel injector 
for internal-combustion prime-movers. 2,053,312 ; 
Sept. 8. 

Amery & Sons, Inc. (See Goodman, Wade H., assignor.) 

Ames, Adelbert, Jr., Hanover, N. H. Pictorial representa- 
tion. 2,064,870; Dec. 22. 

Ames, Adelbert, Jr., assignor to Trustees of Dartmouth 
College, Hanover, N. H. Eye testing instrument. 
2,063,015 ; Dec. 8. 

Ames, Elmer U., deceased, Collingswood, N. J., A. A. 
Seaman, administratrix, assignor to H. Brinton Com- 
pany, Philadelphia, Pa. Reverse plating. 2,058,392 ; 
Oct. 27. 

Ames, Fletcher, Palo Alto, Calif. Portable furniture. 
2,061,929 ; Nov. 24. 

Ames, James G., Aurora, 111. Heating apparatus. 
2,041,683 ; May 26. 

Ames, Malcolm H., Waltham, Mass., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Technicolor, Inc., New York, N. Y. 
Film gate. 2,063,016 ; Dec. 8. 

Ames, Malcolm H., Los Angeles. Calif., and L. T. Troland, 
deceased, Cambridge, by Cambridge Trust Company, 
executor, Cambridge, Mass., assignors to Technicolor 
Motion Picture Corporation, Hollywood, Calif. Cine- 
matographic printer. 2,047,943 ; July 21. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



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Amescua, Heriberto, Laredo, Tex. Concrete building con- 
struction. 2,058,285; Oct. 20. 

Amick, Marion G. (See Stecher, J. L., Amicli, and Daniels.) 

Amick, Marion G., Bootliwyn, J. C. Lawrence, Moylau, 
Pa., and J. L. Stecher, assignors to E. I. du Pout de 
Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Production of 
alkylated lead. 2,043,224; June 9. 

Amillac, Albert, Belt'ort, France, assignor to General Elec- 
tric Company. Seal for electric discharge devices. 
2,056,140 ; Sept. 29. 

Amlrault, Maxime, Paris, France, assignor to SociStS 
Anonyme Prancaise du Ferodo, Paris, France. Brake. 
2,036,385 ; Apr. 7. 

Amity Leather Products Co. (See Petersohn, A., and 
St. Thomas, assignors.) 

Amity Leather Products Co. (See Webner, Heinz, as- 
signor.) 

Amity Leather Products Co. (See Welch, Herman B., as- 
signor.) 

Amkraut, Elias, Brooklyn, assignor of thirty-seven one- 
half per cent to E. H. Licht, New York, N. Y. Method 
and apparatus for curling feathers. 2,049,241 ; July 28. 

Amort. Paul. (See Goehler, E. E., and Amort.) 

Amory, Otis T. (See Baruch, H. N., Amory, and Bloxom.) 

Amos, Richard G., Mesa, Ariz., assignor to T. P. Slack, 
Pecos, Tex. Portable air conditioner. 2,055,958 ; Sept. 

Ams, Max, Chemical Engineering Corporation, The. (See 

Brenzinger, Julius, assignor.) 
Amsler, Walter O., Toledo, Ohio, assignor to Simplex 

Engineering Company, Washington, Pa. Drawing glass 

sheets. 2,057,357 ; Oct. 13. 
Amthor, Frank, East Rutherford, and G. C. Reinhard, 

Wood Ridge, N. J., assignors to American Colloid Cor- 
poration, New York, N. Y. Metal cleaning composition 

and method. 2,036,848; Apr. 7. 
Amtsberg, Lester A., Cleveland, Ohio, assignor to Chicago 

Pneumatic Tool Company, New York, N. Y. Reversible 

fluid pressure motor. 2,037,358 ; Apr. 14. 
Amy, Aceves & King, Inc. (See Aceves, Julius Gourgues, 

assignor.) 
Anaconda Copper Mining Company. (See Doran, Homer 

M., assignor.) 
Anaconda Copper Mining Company. (See Doran, H. M., 

and Houghton, assignors.) 
Anaconda Copper Mining Company. (See Harrison, 

Charles A., assignor.) 
Anaconda Copper Mining Company. (See Yates, Charles 

E., assignor.) 
Anaconda Lead Products Company. (See Johnson, G. E., 

and Donahue, assignors.) 
Anaconda Wire & Cable Company. (See Di Lustro, V. F., 

and Flansburg, assignors.) 
Anaconda Wire & Cable Company. (See Freeland, Orvllle 

P., assignor.) 
Anaconda Wire & Cable Company. (See French, Stanley 

P., assignor.) 
Anaconda Wire & Cable Company. (See Hawksley, Ray, 

assignor.) 
Anaconda Wire & Cable Company. (See Jore, Bjorn, as- 
signor.) 
Anaconda Wire & Cable Company. (See Kennedy, Joseph 

A., assignor.) 
Anaconda Wire & Cable Company. (See MacLeod, Lester 

R., assignor.) 
Anaconda Wire & Cable Company. (See Olson, John W., 

assignor.) 
Anaconda Wire & Cable Company. (See Papst, Hugh W., 

assignor.) 
Anaconda Wire & Cable Company. (See Rogers, Paul M., 

assignor.) 
Anaconda Wire & Cable Company. (See Rosch, Samuel J., 

assignor.) 
Anaconda Wire & Cable Company. (See Rosch, S. J., 

Di Lustro, and Rogers, assignors.) 
Anaconda Wire & Cable Company. (See Talbott, James E., 

assignor.) 
Anaconda Wire & Cable Company. (See Webb, John B., 

assignor.) 
Anaya, Cliserio, Mexico, D. F. Mexico. Bottle closure. 

2,030,841 ; Feb. 18. 
Anchor Cap & Closure Corporation. (See Darling, Frank 

L., assignor.) 
Anchor Cap & Closure Corporation. (See Fleisch, Jos- 
eph R., assignor.) 
Anchor Cap & Closure Corporation. (See Glbbs, John C, 

assignor.) 
Anchor Cap & Closure Corporation. (See Podel, Abraham, 

assignor.) 
Anchor Cap & Closure Corporation. (See Raney, Marion 

H., assignor.) 
Anchor Cap & Closure Corporation. (See Von Till, Louis 

A., assignor.) 
Anchor Post Fence Company. (See Smoot, Theophilus H., 

assignor.) 
Anchor Steel & Engineering Co. (See Waalkes, Gerrit, 

assignor.) 
Anciens Etabllssements R. Cornely & Cie, Societe Anonyme. 

(See Chiti, Aoldo, assignor.) 
Andale Company. (See McNeal, Daniel E., assignor.) 
Andars, Gus, Chicago, 111. Ticket issuing device. 

2,048,480 ; July 21. 
Anderau, Walter, Basel, assignor to Society of Chemical 

Industry in Basle, Basel, Switzerland. Colored oxide 

film of aluminium. 2,030,236 ; Feb. 11. 



Anderau, Walter, assignor to the firm of Society of Chemi- 
cal Industry in Basle, Basel, Switzerland. Azo-dyestufCs 
and making same. 2,050,913 ; Aug. 11. 

Anderegg, Reuben H., assignor to The Trane Company, 
La Crosse, Wis. Air conditioning apparatus. 2,061,447 : 
Nov. 17. i- . , , 

Anderl, Franz, assignor to F. Weissenbeck, Vienna, Aus- 
tria. Pocket powder-case. 2,039,205 ; Apr. 28. 

Anderl, William F. J., David City, Nebr. Hose display 
rack. 2,048,586; July 21. 

Anders, Guido, assignor to Telefunken Gesellschaft fur 
Drahtlose Telegraphic m. b. H., Berlin, Germany. Auto- 
matic gain control receiver. 2,046,144 ; June 30. 

Andersag, Hans, Wuppertal-Elberfeld, and H. Jung, Wup- 
pertal-Vohwinkel, Germany, assignors to Winthrop 
Chemical Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. Water-soluble 
metal complex compounds of the imidazole series. 
2,065,418 ; Dec. 22. 

Andersen, Andrew C, and B. H. Bowlus, assignors to Tern- 
stedt Manufacturing Company, Detroit, Mich. Coach 
latch. 2,039,873 ; May 5. 

Andersen, Axel G. H. (See Lengel, A. L., and Andersen.) 

Andersen, Bjorn. (See Bowker. W., and Andersen.) 

Andersen, Carl N., Watertown, Mass., assignor to Lever 
Brothers Company. Aromatic-hydrocarbon mercury 
polynuclearcarboxylates. 2,056.161 ; Oct. 6. 

Andersen, Carl N., Watertown, Mass., assignor to Lever 
Brothers Company. Aromatic mercury alcoholates of 
hydroxy fatty compounds. 2,056,945 ; Oct. 18. 

Andersen, Carl N., Watertown, Mass., assignor to Lever 
Brothers Company. Aryl mercury aromatic carboxy- 
lates. 2,059,195 ; Nov. 3. 

Andersen, Carl N., Watertown, Mass., assignor to Lever 
Brothers Company. Aryl mercury salts of oxyacids of 
chromium. 2,059.196 : Nov. 3. 

Andersen, Charles H. (See Marsh, F. E., and Andersen.) 

Andersen, Harvey R. (See Veysey, V. V., and Andersen.) 

Andersen, Ludwig. (See Watson, John D.) 

Andersen, Martin G., Frederiksberg, near Copenhagen, 
Denmark. Atomizer. 2,046,232 ; June 30. 

Andersen, Nils P. E., Elm Grove, assignor to Harnischfeger 
Corporation, Milwaukee, Wis. Handling apparatus. 
2,027,506; Jan. 14. 

Andersen, Nils P. B., Elm Grove, assignor to Harnisch- 
feger Corporation, Milwaukee, Wis. Crane. 2,036,386 ; 
Apr. 7. 

Andersen, William K., Brooklyn, N. Y. Spark plug. 

2.034,170: Mar. 17. 
Andersen, William K., Brooklyn, N. Y. Spark plug. 

2,052,335 ; Aug. 25. 
Anderson, Albert and J. M., Manufacturing Company. (See 

Anderson, A. E., and (Reynolds, assignor).) 
Anderson, Albert and J. M., Manufacturing Company. (See 

Reynolds, Charles H., assignor.) 
Anderson, Albert & J. M., Manufacturing Company. (See 

Sundberg, Carl B., assignor.) 
Anderson, Albert J., Ansonia, assignor to .1. E. Smith & 

Co., Inc., Waterbury, Conn. Shingle. 2,034,602; Mar. 

17. 

Anderson, Albert T., Chicago, 111. Smoking pipe attach- 
ment. 2,061,055 ; Nov. 17. 

Anderson, Alexander, Pullerton, Calif. Apparatus for 
surveying bore holes. 2,058,286 ; Oct. 20. 

Anderson, Alexander, Pullerton, Calif. Bore hole device 
and its use. 2,058.287 ; Oct. 20. 

Anderson, Alf B., Milton, and C. H. Reynolds, Maiden ; said 
Reynolds assignor to Albert and J. M. Anderson Manu- 
facturing Company, South Boston, Mass. Wire connect- 
ing device. 2.032,968 ; Mar. ?,. 

Anderson, Alfred, Chicago, 111. Carrier handle. 2,038,701 ; 
Apr. 28. 

Anderson, Arthur W., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Borg-Warner Corporation, Chicago, 111. Friction clutch. 
2,058,655 ; Oct. 27. 

Anderson, Arvid E., Drexel Hill, Pa., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Automatic reclosing circuit breaker 
system. 2,031,447 ; Feb. 18. 

Anderson, Arvid E., Drexel Hills, Pa., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Circuit controlling device. 
2,055,327 ; Sept. 22. 

Anderson, Arvid E., Drexel Hill, Pa., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Automatic reclosing circuit breaker 
system. 2,059. ,«;36 : Nov. 3. 

Anderson, Arvid E., Drexel Hill, Pa., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Automatic reclosing circuit breaker 
system. 2,065,360 ; Dec. 22. 

Anderson, Bert J., Hammond, Ind. Handle bar shield. 
2.034,934; Mar. 24. 

Anderson, Bert J., Hammond, Ind. Seat post supporting 
member. 2,034,935 : Mar. 24. 

Anderson, Bert J., Hammond, Ind. Velocipede frame. 
2,053,059; Sept. 1. 

Anderson. Bert .!., Hammond, Ind. Velocipede frame. 
2.054.312 ; Sept. 15. 

Anderson, Bert J., Hammond, Ind. Deck plate for a veloci- 
pede. 2,057,872 : Oct. 20. 

Anderson Boyes & Company Limited. (See Pescod, R. F., 
Hornsby, and Harrison, assignors.) 

Anderson, Carl E., Lewiston, assignor to Hooker Elec- 
trochemical Company, New York, N. Y. Emergency shut- 
off Valve. 2,034,690 ; Mar. 24. 

Anderson, Carl E., Ea.st Orange, N. J., assignor to Eastern 
Tool & Mfg. Co., Bloomfleld, N. J. Slide. 2,036,671 ; 
Apr. 7. 






INDEX OF PATENTS, 1936 



Anderson, Carl B., East Orange, assignor to Eastern Tool 
& Mfg. Co., Bloomfleld, N. J. Slide. 2,037,558 ; Apr. 14. 

Andersen, Carl N., Wellesley Hills, Ma.ss., assignor to Lever 
Brotliers Company. Germicidal preparations. 2,065,849 ; 
Dec. 29. 

Anderson, Carl O. (See Davis, S. H., Anderson, and 
Stengl.) 

Anderson, Carl R., assignor to The Grlswold Manufactur- 
ing Company, Erie, Pa. Grill. 2,033,060; Mar. 3. 

Anderson, Carl E., assignor to The Griswold Manufactur- 
ing Company, Erie, Pa. Electric oven. 2,036,183 ; 
Apr. 7. 

Anderson, Charles A., New Rochelle, assignor to Gotham 
Pressed Steel Company, New York, N. Y. Game board. 
2,058,202; Oct. 20. 

Anderson, Charles J., Jr., Jamestown, N. Y. Power trans- 
mission. 2,039,378 ; May 5. 

Anderson, Charles M., Kenosha, Wis. Cooler. 2,035,213 ; 
Mar. 24. 

Anderson, Charles T. (See Ross, S. G., and Anderson.) 

Anderson, Charles T., Cincinnati, Ohio, assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to The Littleway Process Com- 
pany, Boston, Mass. Making shoes. 2,063,141 ; 
Dec. 8. 

Anderson, Clare, Verona, N. J., assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pittsburgh, 
Pa. Measuring device. 2,063,973 : Dec. 15. 

Anderson, Company, Tlie. (See Anderson, J. W., and 
Smulski, assignors.) 

Anderson Company, The. (See Smulski, Theodore J., as- 
signor.) 

Anderson, Cyrus W., Denver, Colo. Menstrual phase re- 
corder and indicator. 2,049,038 ; July 28. 

Anderson, D. O. et al. (See Johnson, Paul B., assignor.) 

Anderson, David L. (See Klingberg, E. G., and Ander- 
son.) 

Anderson, Donald R., Wausau, Wis. Wiper for adhesive- 
applying implements. 2,027,461 ; Jan. 14. 

Anderson, Edmund A. (See Peirce, W. M., and Anderson.) 

Anderson, Edmund B. (See Swenson, C. E., and Ander- 
son.) 

Anderson, Edmund B., assignor of one-third to Milton B. 
Anderson, and one-third to Carl E. Swenson, Rockford, 
111. Universal .ioint. 2,036,977 ; Apr. 7. 

Anderson, Edmund B., assignor of one-half to M. B. An- 
derson, Rockford, 111. Antifriction bearing assembly. 
2,036,978 ; Apr. 7. 

Anderson, Edmund B., assignor of one-third to M. B. 
Anderson and one-third to C. E. Swenson, Rockford, 111. 
Universal joint. 2,047,660 ; July 14. 

Andei-son, Edward M., and S. J. Shanabrough, Monaca, Pa. 
Safety handle for bathtubs. 2,034,705 ; Mar. 24. 

Anderson, Emil, Briarcliff Manor, N. Y. Spring construc- 
tions and spring mountings. 2,035,937 ; Mar. 31. 

Anderson, Frank E., Keokuk, Iowa. Game board. 
2,050,914 ; Aug. 11. 

Anderson, Frank E., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to J. W. Decker. Data recording projec- 
tion machine. 2,052,593 ; Sept. 1. 

Anderson, Frank H., and A. E. King, Omaha, Nebr. 
Locker type cabinet. 2,047,454 ; July 14. 

Anderson, Frank J., Frankfort, Ind. One-man land meas- 
uring apparatus. 2,033,970 : Mar. 17. 

Anderson, Fred W., Eau Claire, Wis. Section car. 
2.050,776 ; Aug. 11. 

Anderson, Frederick H. (See Sabbah, C. A., and Ander- 
son.) 

Anderson, Frithiof B., Bloomfleld, N. J., assignor to Bell 
Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Electromagnetic switching device. 2,056,242 ; Oct. 6. 

Anderson, Frohman, Detroit, Mich. Figure toy. 2.0)27,759 ; 
Jan. 14. 

Anderson, George K., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to The 
Neville Company. Polymerization of resins. 2,047,245 ; 
July 14. 

Anderson. George K.. Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to The 
Neville Company. Polymerization of resins. 2,047,247 ; 
July 14. 

Anderson George K., Pittsburgh, Pa., and W. H. Carmody, 
Davton, Ohio, said Anderson assignor to The Neville 
Company. Pittsburgh, Pa. Polymerization of resins. 
2,047.246 ; July 14. 

Anderson, Gordon R., Beloit. Wis., assignor to Fairbanks, 
Morse & Co., Chicago, 111. Torque testing apparatus. 
2.028,374 : Jan. 21. 

Anderson. Gotfried T., assignor to H. D. Colman, Rock- 
ford, 111. Butterfly valve. 2,054,064 ; Sept. 15. 

Anderson, Gustaf, Seattle, Wash. Saw swaging tool. 
2.040,2.34 ; May 12. 

Anderson, Gu.<;tav A., assignor to The International 
Handkerchief Manufacturing Co., New York, N. Y. 
Method and apparatus for making handkerchiefs and like 
articles. 2.053,257 : Sept. 8. 

Ander.«on. Hal C, Highland Park, assignor to Chrysler Cor- 
poration, Dptroit. Mich. Direct bonding of rubber and 
Jiiet.nl. 2.037,749: Apr. 21. 

Anderson, Harley E., assignor to W. E. Sharp, deceased, 
Chicago. 111.. M. E. Sharp, executrix. Brake shoe key. 
2.033.171 : Mar. 10. 

Anderson. Harley E.. assignor of one-half to J. H. Sharn, 
Chicacfo, 111. Brake bottom rod support. 2,047,455 ; 
July 14. 

Anderson, Harold C. (See Bullard, E. P., and Ander- 
son.) 



Anderson, Harold W., assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours 
& Company, Wilmington, Del. Aroyl chloride of the 
benzene series. 2,048,768 ; July 28. 

Anderson, Harry G., and E. S. Mix, assignors to Hlckok 
Manufacturing Company, Inc., Rochester, N. Y. Cuff 
link. 2,052,437 ; Aug. 25. 

Anderson, Harry T. (See Christianson, A., and Ander- 
son.) 

Anderson, Harvey A. (See Alden, J. L., and Anderson.) 

Anderson, Harvey A., Western Springs, R. Gillis, and W. 
W. Kagi, La Grange, and C. T. Prendergast, Chicago, 
111., assignors to Western Electric Company, Incorpo- 
rated, New York, N. Y. Extruding lead. 2,049,938 ; 
Aug. 4. 

Anderson, Homer G., Waltham, assignor to Raytheon Pro- 
duction Corporation, Newton, Mass. Vacuum tube. 
2,043,724; June 9. 

Anderson, Howard P., Erie, Pa., assignor to The Standard 
Stoker Company, Incorporated. Locomotive tender. 
2,029,295 ; Feb. 4. 

Anderson, Howard P., Erie, Pa., assignor to The Stand- 
ard Stoker Company, Incorporated. Stoker conveyer. 
2,032,338 ; Feb. 25. 

Anderson, Howard P., Erie Pa., assignor to The Standard 
Stoker Company, Incorporated. Fuel distributor for 
stokers. 2,033,061 ; Mar. 3. 

Anderson, Howard P., Erie, Pa., assignor to The Standard 
Stoker Company, Incorporated. Stoker. 2,033,062 ; 
Mar. 3. 

Anderson, Howard P., Erie, Pa., assignor to The Standard 
Stoker Company, Incorporated. Locomotive tender. 

2.036.907 ; Apr. 7. 

Anderson, Howard P., Erie, Pa., assignor to The Standard 
Stoker Company, Incorporated. Stoker mechanism. 

2.036.908 : Apr. 7. 

Anderson, Howard P., Erie, Pa., assignor to The Standard 
Stoker Company, Incorporated. Marine stoker. 
2,039,286 ; May 5. 

Anderson, Howard P., Erie. Pa., assignor to The Standard 
Stoker Company, Incorporated. Blast feed stoker. 
2.039,380 ; May 5. 

Anderson, Howard P., Erie, Pa., assignor to The Standard 
Stoker Company, Incorporated. Locomotive stoker. 
2,044,043 ; June 16. 

Anderson, Howard P., Brie, Pa., assignor to The Standard 
Stoker Company, Incorporated. Fuel distributor. 
2,044,601 ; June 16. 

Anderson, Howard P., Erie, Pa., assignor to The Standard 
Stoker Company, Incorporated. Stoker mechanism. 
2,051,809 : Aug. 25. 

Anderson, Howard P., Erie, Pa., and C. J. Surdykowskl, 
Tuckahoe, N. Y., said Surdykowski now by judicial 
change of name C. J. Surdy, assignor to Standard Stoker 
Company, Incorporated. Locomotive tender. 2,052,159 ; 
Aug. 25. 

Anderson, Howard P., Erie, Pa., assignor to The Standard 
Stoker Company, Incorporated. Stoker conveyer. 
2.056,243 ; Oct. 6. 

Anderson, James, Birmingham, England. Alternating 
current electric switch. 2,038,702; Apr. 28. 

Anderson, James, Perry Barr, Birmingham, England. 
Electric switch. 2,058,656 : Oct. 27. 

Anderson, James B., Winchester, Ky. Tool sharpener. 
2.052,543; Sept. 1. 

Anderson, James K., Wellington Foundry, Leeds, England. 
Power control and brake mechanism. 2,033,603 ; Mar. 
10. 

Anderson, .James L., Closter, N. J., assignor to Air Re- 
duction Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Ap- 
paratus for removing metal. 2,030,842 ; Feb. 18. 

Anderson, James L., Closter, N. J., assignor to Air Re- 
duction Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Torch for welding seams along curving surfaces. 
2,031,583 : Feb. 25. 

Anderson, James L., Closter, N. J., assignor to Air Re- 
duction Company, Incorporated, New York. N. Y. Uni- 
versal cutting or welding machine. 2,032.733 : Mar. 3. 

Anderson, James L., Closter, N. J., assignor to Air Reduc- 
tion Company, Incorporated. New York. N. Y. Cutting 
or welding machine. 2,038,820 ; Apr. 28. 

Anderson, James L., Closter, N. J., assignor to Air Re- 
duction Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Mak- 
ing welded pipe or tubing. 2.040,164; May 12. 

Anderson, James L., Closter, N. J., assignor to Air Reduc- 
tion Company, Incorporated, New York, N. T. Uni- 
versal torch machine. 2,040,914 ; May 19. 

Anderson, James L. Closter, N. J., assignor to Air Re- 
duction Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Trac- 
ing device. 2.042,492 ; .Tune 2. 

Anderson, James L., Closter, N. J., assignor to Air Reduc- 
tion Company, Incorporated. New York, N. Y. Manufac- 
ture of pipe or tubing. 2,044,491 ; June 16. 

Anderson, James L., Closter, N. J., assianor to Air Re- 
duction Company. Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Cir- 
cumferential pipe cutting or welding machine. 
2.050.146; Aug. 4. 

.Anderson, .Tames L., Closter, N. J., assignor to Air Re- 
duction Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Track 
for torch carriages. 2.050.147 ; Aug. 4. 

Anderson. James L., Closter. N. J., assignor to Air Reduc- 
tion Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Skelp 
retort. 2,053,234 ; Sept. 1. 

Anderson. James L., Closter, N. J., assignor to Air Re- 
duction Company. Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Skelp 
retort. 2,053.235 ; Sept. 1. 



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Anilorson, Junics L., Closter, N. J., assignor to Air Reduc- 
tion Company. Incorporated, New Yorl\, N. Y. Di)igible 
cutting or welding apparatus. 2,053,890 ; Sept. 8. 

Anderson, James L., Closter, N. J., assignor to Air Ke- 
duclion Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Ma- 
chine for cutting bars. 2,054,847 ; Sept. 22. 

Anderson, James L., Tenafly, N. iM., assignor to Air Re- 
duction Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Man- 
ufacture of fusion welded pipe. 2,036,673 ; Apr. 7. 

Anderson, Jesse I., assignor to J. I. Holcomb Mfg. Co., 
Indianapolis, Ind. Double end mop type brush. 
2,039,510 ; May 5. 

Anderson, Joe B., Bellaire, Ohio. Pickling chain. 
l'.0G3,017 ; LH'c. 8. 

Anderson, Johan, Stockholm, Sweden. Elastic buckle for 
men's dress and the like. 2,057,470 ; Oct. 13. 

Anderson, John A. (See Chase, G. t'., and Anderson.) 

Anderson, John A., assignor to Standard Oil Company, 
Chicago, 111. Dewaxiug hydrocarbon oils. 2,036,188 ; 
Apr. 7. 

Anderson, John A., assignor to Standard Oil Company. 
Chicago, 111. Dewaxing process. 2,059,837 : Nov. 3. 

Anderson, John F., Chicago, 111., assignor to Continental- 
Diamond Fibre Company, Newark, Del. Radio tube 
socket. 2,028,035 ; Jan. 14. 

Anderson, John P., assignor to Koppel Industrial Car and 
Equipment Company, Koppel, Pa. Car construction. 
2,062,981 ; Dee. 1. 

Anderson, John P., Koppel. assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Koppel Industrial Car and Equipment Com- 
pany, McKees Rocks, Pa. Car construction. 2,034,551 ; 
Mar. 17. 

Anderson, John P., Koppel, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Koppel Industrial Car and Equipment Com- 
pany, McKees Rocks, Pa. Dump car. 2,034,552 ; Mar. 
17. 

Anderson, John P., Koppel, assignor to Pressed Steel Car 
Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Car brake. 2,062,982 ; 
Dec. 1. 

Anderson, John R., Rochester, N. Y. Cooking apparatus. 
2,048,760 ; July 28. 

Anderson, John S., Ontario, Oreg. Fruit basket packing 
device. 2,033,504; Mar. 10. 

Anderson, John W., Gary, Ind., and T. J. Smulski, Lake 
Zurich, 111., said Smulski, assignor to The Anderson 
Company, Gary, Ind. Windshield wiper. 2,027.362 ; 
Jan. 14. 

Anderson, John W., Gary, Ind. Windshield wiper. 
2.031,297 ; Feb. 18. 

Anderson, John W., Gary, Ind. Indicator. 2,040,195 ; 
May 12. 

Anderson, John W., Gary, Ind. Windshield wiper. 
2.043,218 ; June 9. 

Anderson. John W., assignor to Shelter Manufacturing 
Corporation, Portland, Ind. Attaching spokes to steer- 
ing wheel hubs. 2,056,554 : Oct. 6. 

Anderson, Leslie D., Salt Lake City, Utah, assignor to 
Potash Company of America. Concentrating ores. 
2,046,312 ; July 7. 

Anderson, Leslie J., Westraont, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Sound pick-up device. 
2.032.389; Mar. 3. 

Anderson, Lloyd, assignor to National Lock Co., Rockford, 
111. Refrigerator lock. 2,038,334 ; Apri. 21. 

Anderson, Lossie E., assignor to Standard Oil Company, 
Chicago. 111. Barrel seal. 2.027,143 ; Jan. 7. 

Anderson, Louis A., Somerville, Mass. Holder. 2,029,977 ; 
Feb. 4. 

Anderson, Louis I., Chicago, 111. Cable rack. 2,059,429 ; 
Nov. 3. 

Anderson. Lvnn T., East Orange, N. J., and F. K. Low, 
Brooklyn. N. Y., assignors to Bell Telephone Labora- 
tories, Incorporated. New York, N. Y. Telephone sys- 
tem. 2,029,693; Feb. 4. 

Anderson, MacGresror S.. Chicago. 111. Core for mold- 
ing concrete. 2.029.147; Jan. 28. 

Anderson Manufacturing Company. (See Chittick, Charles 
Y., assignor.) 

Anderson Manufacturing Company. (See Ferguson, War- 
ren T.. assignor.) 

Anderson, Mathew. Arvada. Colo. AdlustaWe bar or 
spreader for cultivators. 2,035.442; Mar. 31. 

Anderson. Milton B. (See Anderson. Edmund B., as- 
signor.) 

Anderson, Milton B., et al. (See Anderson, Edmund B., 
assignor.) 

Anderson. Milton J., Warren, Ind. Cuspidor. 2,034,322: 
Mar. 17. 

Anderson. Nils G., and A. F. T. Lofquist, Malmo, Sweden, 
assignors to Norton Company, Worcester. Mass. Grind- 
ing wheel and treatment thereof. 2.033.668 : Mar. 10. 

Anderson, Norman T. (See Sweeley, E. A., and Anderson.) 

Anderson. Norman T.. Washinsrtnn. D. C. Cargo-mer- 
chandise bracing means. 2.056,704 : Oct. 6. 

Anderson Orchard Company. (See Anderson, W. Charles, 
assignor.) 

Anderson. Orlin S., Cleveland, and R. T. Anderson. Berea, 
assignors to The V. T>. Anderson Company, Cleveland, 
Ohio. Drier. 2,042,979 ; .Tune 2. 

Anderson, Orlin S. Cleveland, and R. T. Anderson, Berea. 
assignors to The V. D. Anderson Company, Cleveland, 
Ohio, Apparatus for drying or cooling materials. 
2,043.143: June 2. 

Anderson, Otto, Paulsbo, Wash. Sanitary nest, 2,040,457 : 
May 12. 

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Anderson, Philip C, Rapid City, S. Dak. Earth scraper. 
2.043,220 ; June 9. 

Anderson Products, Incorporated. (See Ferguson, W. T., 
and l^arks, .Ir,, assignor.) 

Anderson, Ralph I,, Ocean Park, Calif. Fastening. 
2,1*51,066 ; Aug. 18. 

Anderson. Raymond C, Seattle. Waph. Laminated ski 
and making the same. 2,038,530 ; Apr. 28. 

Anderson, Raymond T. (See Anucrson, O. S. and R. T,) 

Anderson, Raymond T,, Berea, assignor to The V. D. 
Anderson Company, Cleveland, Ohio, Expelling oil from 
various substances. 2.065,848 ; Dec. 29. 

Anderson, Richard D., Baton Rouge, La., assignor to Stand- 
ard Oil Development Company. Apparatus for filling 
receptacles. 2,028,266 ; Jan. 21. 

Anderson, Robert C. (See Hardy, C. L., and Anderson.) 

Anderson, Roy F.. Auburn, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Indianapolis Corporation, Indianapolis, Ind. 
Window for vehicles. 2,030,089: Feb. 11, 

Anderson, Rudolph E., Racine, Wis. Drawing device. 
2.044,760 ; June 23. 

Anderson, Russell. G. (See Blazek, J. Y., and Anderson.) 

Anderson, Samuel M. (See Hagen, H. P., and Ander- 
son.) 

Anderson, Samuel M., Sharon, assignor to B. F. Sturtevant 

Company, Inc., Boston, Mass. Air conditioning system. 

2,036,072 ; Apr, 7, 
Anderson, Samuel M., Sharon, assignor to B. F. Sturtevant 

Company, Inc., Boston, Mass. Combined heating and 

cooling system. 2,041,039 ; May 19. 
Anderson, Samuel M.. Sharon, assignor to B. F. Sturtevant 

Company, Inc., Boston, Mass. Bearing mounting. 

2.043.725 ; June 9. 
Anderson, Samuel M., Sharon, assignor to B. F. Sturtevant 

Company, Hyde Park, Mass. Method and apparatus for 

conditioning air. 2,046,716 ; July 7. 
Anderson, Sigfred E., Los Angeles, Calif. Hydraulic jack. 

2.037.298 ; Apr. 14. 

Anderson, Swan P., Rockford, 111. Combined filling and 

capping machine. 2.029,299 : Feb. 4. 
Anderson, Swan P., Rockford, 111. Apparatus for filling 

containers. 2,042,453 ; June 2. 
Anderson, Swan F., Rockford, 111. Capping mechanism. 

2,060.967 ; Nov. 17. 
Anderson, T. Emmett, et al. (See Denney, Marshall B., 

assignor.) 

Anderson, Thomas L., Hannibal, Mo. Trigger release. 
2,033,803 ; Mar. 10. 

Anderson, Tom, and H. Griffith, Hartwell, and C. M. 
Hensou, Athens, Ga. Folding and pressing attachment 
for sewing machines. 2.055,470 ; Sept. 29. 

.Anderson, Tyson V.. Partridge, Kans. Time period an- 
nunciator. 2 042,875 ; June 2. 

Anderson, "V. D., Company, The. (See Anderson, Orlin S. 
and R. T., assignors.) 

Anderson, V. D. Company, The. (See Anderson, Raymond 
T., assignor.) 

Anderson, Victor A., Chicago, 111. Window locking de- 
vice. 2,041,684 ; May 26, 

Anderson, Virgil V. (See Hutchens, C. T., and Anderson.) 

Anderson, W. Charles, assignor to Anderson Orchard 
Company, Linden, Calif. Walnut huUer. 2,031,810 ; 
Feb. 25. 

Anderson, Walter. (See Harris, Wilford, assignor.) 

Anderson, Walter A. (See Sundstrand, O. J., and Ander- 
son.) 

Anderson, Walter A., Rockford, 111., assignor, by mesne 

assignment, to Underwood Elliott Fisher Company, New 

York, N. Y. Paper feed mechanism. 2,027,572 ; Jan. 

14. 
Anderson. Walter E., et al. (See Gallapher, Cyrus W., 

Jr., assignor.) 
Anderson. Werner, Iron Mountain, Mich. Jar holder. 

2.056,086 : Sept. 29, 
Anderson, Wilbur G,. Jr.. assignor to American Box Board 

Company, Grand Rapids, Mich. Golf club shipping and 

display box. 2,054,355 : Sept. 15. 
Anderson, William B. (See Leyner, G. A., and Anderson.) 
Anderson. William B., Collinsville, Ala. Cultivator. 

2.037.299 ; Apr. 14. 

Anderson, William B., Springfield, Mass., assignor to West- 
Inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. Liquid congealing apparatus. 2,037,520 ; 
Apr. 14. 

Anderson, William C. (See Hanley, L., and Anderson.) 

Anderson, William R., Jackson. Mich, Combination wood 
barrel manufacturing machine, 2,054,918 : Sept. 22, 

Anderson. William S,, assignor to Shoe Press Corporation, 
Philadelphia, Pa. Welt support. 2,033,669; Mar. 10. 

Anderson. William T., Montrose, Colo. Football game. 
2,049,284 ; July 28. 

Andersson. Gustav H., assignor to Aktiebolaget Separator- 
Nobel, Stockholm. Sweden. Separating paraffin from 
fluid hydrocarbons. 2,052,124 ; Aug. 25. 

Andersson. Ivan. East Hartford, Conn. Hair comb. 
2,063,777 ; Dee. 8. 

Andersson, Nils P., Brevik, assignor to Aktiebolaget Spon- 
ten. Stockholm, Sweden. -Internal combustion engine. 
2.029.602 : Feb. 4, 

.indersson. Nils P. F., Kappala. Lidingo, Sweden. Appa- 
ratus for cutting sheet metal or the like. 2,035,448 ; 
Mar. 31. 



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Andersson, Sven W. E., New York, and W. R. Hainsworth, 
Larchmout, N. Y., assignors, by mesne assignments, to 
Servel, Inc., Dover, Del. Cooling element for refrig- 
erating systems. 2,057,408 ; Oct. 13. 

Andis, Mathew, Racine, VYis. Hair thinning mechanism. 
2,035,632 ; Mar. 31. 

Andis, Mathew. Racine, Wis. Hair clipper and shaving 
clipper. 2,037,957 ; Apr. 21. 

Andolfo, Roy C. (See Modica, Roy, assignor.) 

Andre (Components) Limited. (See Girling, Albert H. G., 
assignor.) 

Andre, Gustaf E., Richmond, Ind., assignor to Belden 
Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. Electric plug 
connecter. 2,028,375 ; Jan. 21. 

Andreas, Arno, Munster, Germany. Device for conveying 
finely divided material. 2,029,403 ; Feb. 4. 

Andreas, Arno, Munster, Germany. Bag filling spout. 
2,046,761 ; July 7. 

Andreas, Arno, Munster, Germany, assignor to Bagp.ik 
Inc., New York, N. Y. Bag filling machine. 2,060,011 ; 
Nov. le. 

Andree. John O., and S. R. Youngblood, Wichita Falls, Tex. 
Pumping unit. 2,046,891 ; July 7. 

Andrfes, Louis, Grand, Couronne, assignor to Soci§te 
d'Btudes pour la Fabrication et I'Emploi des Engrais 
Chimiquea, Paris, France. Separation of ammonium 
salts from their mixtures with other salts. 2,061,128 ; 
Nov. 17. 

Andres, Paul G., assignor to P. E. Mallory & Co., Incor- 
porated, Indianapolis, Ind. Making electrical resist- 
ance elements. 2,027,413 ; Jan. 14. 

Andresen, Herman P., Chicago, 111. Treating coffee. 
2,054,689 ; Sept. 15. 

Andrew, John A., San Francisco, Calif. Coffee urn. 
2,057,550: Oct. 13. 

Andrew, "Victor J., Upper Montclair, N. J., assignor to 
Westinghouse Lamp Company. X-ray tube. 2,030,561 ; 
Feb. 11. 

Andrew, William K., Wauwatosa, and R. I. Drake, Apple- 
ton, assignor to Marathon Paper Mills Company, Roths- 
child, Wis. Apparatus and method for setting up con- 
tainers. 2,027,664 ; Jan. 14. 

Andrews, Anatol N., Los Angeles, Calif. Manual turn 
auto signal. 2,056,500 : Oct. 6. 

Andrews. Arthur G., Rockford. 111., assignor to The Wash- 
burn Company, Worcester, Mass. Scraper. 2,046,599 ; 
July 7. 

Andrews, Charles B., assignor to Taylor-Wharton Iron & 
Steel (Company, High Bridge, N. J. Dredge bucket pin. 
2.036,976: Apr. 7. 

Andrews, Charles W. (See Petersen, R. S., and Andrews.) 

Andrews. Charles W., Chicago. 111., and R. S. Petersen, 
San Antonio, Tex., assignors to Brassert-Tidewater 
Development Corporation, Chicago, 111. Coking liquid 
hydrocarbons. 2,039,763 ; May 5. 

Andrews, Charles W., Chicago, 111., and R. S. Peterson, 
San Antonio, Tex., assignors to Brassert-Tidewater De- 
velopment Corporation, Chicago, 111. Treating petroleum 
residues. 2,051,462 ; Aug. 18. 

Andrews. Chester E., Brookline, and L. U. Spence, as- 
signors to Rohm & Haas Company, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Separation and purification of methyl amines. 
2.061,889 ; Nov. 24. 

Andrews Company. (See Andrews, Isaac, assignor.) 

Andrews, Dale B. (See Schamer, J., and Andrews.) 

Andrews, Edward D. (Sep Alderfer, Sterling W.. assignor.) 

Andrews, Edward F., Chicago, 111. Phonograph. 2,028,130 ; 
Jan. 21. 

Andrews, EJdward F., Chicago, 111. Radio receiving set. 
2.031.997: Feb, 25. 

Andrews, Edward F., Bvanston, assignor to The Andrews- 
Hammond Corp., Chicago. Ill, Radio receiving device 
with distant control. 2.028,429 ; Jan. 21, 

Andrews, Edward P., Chicago, 111. Radio cable. 
2,064,513 : Dec. 15, 

Andrews, Garnett, Nashville, Tenn. Pneumatic inner 
tube. 2,060,714 ; Nov. 10. 

Andrews, George H,, Yonkers, assignor to The Spool Cot- 
ton Company, New York, N. Y. Display device, 
2,029.603 : Feb, 4, 

Andrews & Goodrich, Inc. (See Hansen, Edwin H., as- 
signor.) 

Andrews-Hammond Corp., The. (See Andrews, Edward F., 
assignor.) 

Andrews, Isaac, assignor to Andrews Company, Spartan- 
burg, S. C. Expansion twine harness. 2,045,683 ; 
June 30, 

Andrews, Isaac, assignor to Andrews Company. Spartan- 
burg, S. C. Twine heddle. 2,045.684 ; June 30. 

Andrews, John D., Washington, D, C. Electrically op- 
erated flush valve. 2.056,087 : Sept. 29. 

Andrews, John W., and S. T. Swallow. Westfield, N. J., 
assignors to Western Electric Company, Incorporated, 
New York, N. Y. Strand handling apparatus. 2,056,244 : 
Oct, 6. 

Andrews, Joseph B„ Jr., Newport, Ky. Gutter attach- 
ment for ventilating windows of motor vehicles. 
2.029,978 ; Feb. 4. 

Andrews, L. V., assignor to Riley Stoker Corporation, 
Worcester, Mass. Feeding mechanism, 2,055,139 : Sept, 
22, 

indrewR, Nathaniel R.. Yonkers, N, Y. Apparatus for 
utilizing furnace ga=es in the rpclaiming of bone black 
and like materials. 2,064,813 : Dec. 22. 



Andrews, Nathaniel R., Yonkers, N. Y. Selective valve 
operating apparatus. 2,064,814 ; Dec. 22. 

Andrews, Norwood H., Moorestown, assignor to Inter- 
national Pulverizing Corporation, Camden, N. J. Method 
of and apparatus for providing material in finely di- 
vided form. 2,032,827 ; Mar. 3. 

Andrews, Robert J. M. (See Searle, A. M., Hunt, and 
Andrews.) 

Andrews Steel Company, The. (See Fleming, William R., 
assignor,) 

Andrews, William C, Blawnox, Pa. Latch mechanism. 
2,052,438 ; Aug. 25. 

Andrews, William R. (See Bradley, David N., Jr., as- 
signor.) 

Andriano, Albert K., New York, N. Y. Switching and 
signaling mechanism. 2,063,009 ; Dec. 8. 

Andrie, Michael li,, assignor to W. B, Jarvis Company, 
Grand Rapids, Mich. Polishing machine. 2,061,607 : 
Nov. 24. 

Andrieux, Jean L,, Grenoble, assignor to Soci§t€ d'EIectro- 
chimie, d'Electrometallurgie et des Acierles Electriques 
d'Ugine, Paris, France. Manufacture of alloys contain- 
ing boron. 2,033,172 ; Mar. 10. 

Andrlik, Joseph, North Liberty, Iowa. Jar lifter. 
2,032,647 ; Mar. 3. 

Andrus, Orrin E., Milwaukee, ^Yis. Purifier for drinking 
water. 2,063,778 ; Dec. 8. 

Andvig, Hans, Oslo, Norway. Siphon apparatus for im- 
pregnating liquids with carbonic acid. 2,051,933 ; Aug. 
25. 

Anello, Tony P., and B. A. LaCourse, Ybor City, Fla. 
Biscuit and doughnut cutter. 2,046,540 ; July 7. 

Anetsberger, Frank A., Chicago, 111. Cooking utensil. 
2,061,533; Nov. 17. 

Anetsberger, Frank A. and W., Chicago, 111. Apparatus 
for bottling beverages, 2,046,357 ; July 7. 

Anetsberger, William. (See Anetsberger, Frank A. anf" W.l 

Angel, Karl, Montreal, Quebec. Canada. Internal com- 
bustion engine. 2,030,732 ; Feb. 11. 

Angel, Perry L. (See Bauer, E. G., and Angel.) 

Angel, William L,, and G. K. Schray, Portland, Oreg. 
Method of and apparatus for scoring paper. 2,058,65'f : 
Oct. 27, 

Angell, Arnold A,, Oak Park, 111. Brush and making same. 
2,061.129 ; Nov. 17. 

Angell, Charles H., assignor, by mesne assignments, to Uni- 
versal Oil Products Company, Chicago, 111. Self-seating 
sJeeve-type valve. 2,037,873 ; Apr. 21. 

Angell, Charles H., assignor to Universal Oil Products 
Company, Chicago, 111,. Conversion of hydrocarbon oil. 
2,047,761 ; July 14. 

Angell, Charles H., assignor to Universal Oil Products 
Company, Chicago, 111. Conversion and coking of hydro- 
carbon oils. 2,048,986 ; July 28. 

Angell. George H., Cleveland, and H. F. Lorenz, Cleveland 
Heights, assignors to Angell Nail & Chaplet Company, 
Cuyahoga Heights, Ohio. Chaplet, 2,049,886; Aug. 4. 

Angell Nail & Chaplet Company.- (See Angell, G. H., and 
Lorenz, assignors.) 

Angell, Robert C, Prince Bay, N. Y., assignor to The S. S. 
White Dental Manufacturing Company. Method of and 
mechanism for forming hardened steel. 2,032,901 ; 
Mar! 3. 

Angell, Robert C, Prince Bay, N. Y., assignor to The S. S. 
White Dental Manufacturing Company. Syringe. 
2,034,367 : Mar. 17. 

Angell, Robert C, Prince Bay, N. Y„ and F. L, O, Wads- 
worth, Pittsburgh, assignors; to The S, S. White Dental 
Manufacturing Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Manufac- 
ture of flexible shafting. 2,038,881 ; Apr. 28. 

Anselo, Charles J., Westfield, N. J. Tile. 2,032,460; 
Mar. 3. 

Angeloni, Ernesto. Rome, Italy. Gyroscopic device. 

2,044,343; June 16. 
Angelus, Louis, New York, and D, L, Baylis, Long 

Island, N. Y., said Baylis assignor to said Angelus. 

Cleaning articles of clothing and the like. 2,044,828 ; 

June 2Z. 
Angelus Paper Box Co. (See Evans, Edward R., assignor.) 
Angply, Alfred G., Horsham, Pa. Trpntinor hniler return 

water and apparatus therefor. 2,048,046 ; July 21. 
Angermueller, Herman P., Cranford, N. J., assignor to 

General Aniline Works, Inc., New York, N. Y. Process 

and apparatus for washing steam. 2,055,781 ; Sept, 29, 
Angler, Edward H., Framingham, Mass., assignor to E. H. 

Angler, Framingham, Mass., as trustee under agree- 
ment and declaration of trust, designated as Angler 

Laboratories. Production of coated creped paper. 

2,061,748 ; Nov, 24, 
Angler Laboratories, Trustee. (See Angler, Edward H.) 
Angkvist, Per O. (See Thege, B. O. P., and Angkvist.) 
Anglin, David Z.. Mount Carmel, Pa. Switch brace and 

rerailer, 2,043,645 ; June 9, 
An.gradi, Bruno, Cleveland, Ohio, Air suction control 

means. 2,064,871 ; Dec. 22. 
Angremy, Pierre, Capdenac-Gare, France. Manufacture ol 

marquetry panels. 2,033,804 : Mar. 10. 
Angstman, Roger W,, Detroit, Mich,, assignor to McAleer 

Manufacturing Company. Steam heating system for 

automobile bodies. 2,057,128 ; Oct. 13. 
Anguish. Doward F., Canal Winchester, and I. W. Folk, 

Columbus, Ohio. Automobile safety device. 2,056,150 ; 

Oct. 6. 



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Anguish, Frank, Wewoka, Okln., assignor of one-lialf to 
Phillips Petroleum Company. Hydraulic jack. 
2,028,817; Jan. 28. 

Angus, Leslie A., Owosso, Mich., assignor to Semet Solvay 
Engineering Corporation, New York. N. Y. Carburetted 
water gas process. 2,029,850 : Feb. 4. 

Anibnl. Ben.1amin H.. assignor to General Motors Cor- 
poration, Pontiac, Mich. Vehicle tail lamp mounting. 
2.054.919; Sept. 22. 

Anibal, Benjamin H., and J. W. Leggat, Pontiac, assignors 
to General Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Fuel tank 
filler neck construction. 2,053,546 ; Sept. 8. 

Animal Trap Company of America. (See Zahm, J. D., and 
Lehn, assignors.) 

Animated Match Company, The. (See Gold, Meyer, as- 
signor.) 

Animated Slides Limited. (See Fegan, Dudley M., as- 
signor.) 

Anjeskey, Alphonse F., Cleveland, assignor to The Cleve- 
land Crane & Engineering Company, WicklifEe, Ohio. 
Automatic lift. 2,035,359 ; Mar. 24. 

Anke, Rudolph, Reading, assignor to Textile Machine 
Works, Wyomissing, Pa. Full fashioned knitting ma- 
chine. 2,049,887 ; Aug. 4. 

Ankenbruck, Leo S. (See Suhm, C. B., and Ankenbruck.) 

Ankeny. Owen C, Gillette, Wyo. Mower pitman bearing 
housing assembly. 2,056,946 ; Oct. 13. 

Anker-Werke, A. G. (See Bolter, Wilhelm, assignor.) 

Anker-\Yerke Aktiengesellschaft. (See Jacob, Max, as- 
signor.) 

Anker-Werke Aktiengesellschaft. (See Naumann, Willy, 
assignor.) 

Anker-Werke Aktiengesellschaft. (See zur Nieden, Heinz, 
assignor.) 

Annable, Weldon G. (See Smith, C. L., and Annable.) 

Annen, James B., assignor to Sutherland Paper Company, 
Kalamazoo, Mich. CMp or dish. 2,060,781 ; Nov. 17. 

Annen, Robert, assignor to the firm Louis Muller & Cie 
S. A., Fabrique d'Horlogerie "La Champagne", Bienne, 
Switzerland. Ball bearing. 2,028.964 ; Jan. 28. 

Annese, Donato, Red Bank, N. J. Musical tone modulator. 
2.037,359; Apr. 14. 

Anning, Harold E., Evanston, assignor to United States 
Gypsum Company, Chicago, 111. Building construction. 
2,029.009 : Jan. 28. 

Anschicks, Rudolph J., assignor to M. B. Shire, Chicago, 
111. Hose connection. 2,045,975 ; June 30. 

Anschicks, Rudolpli J., assignor to Protectoseal Company 
of America, Chicago, 111. Container for liquids. 
2,065,785 ; Dec. 29. 

Ansley, Arthur C. New York, N. Y. Multiple record 
phonograph. 2.043.789 : June 9. 

Ansley, Arthur C, New York, N. Y. Carrying case for 
electric amplifiers or the like. 2,049,039 ; July 28. 

Anson. John, San Pedro, Calif. Ore smelting and con- 
verting furnace. 2,056,499 ; Oct. 6. 

Ansonia O & C Company, The. (See Fassett, Wallace 
F., assignor.) 

Anspach. Russell J., Roselle, and J. W. Harrison, West- 
field, N. J., assignors to American Telephone and Tele- 
graph Company. Printing telegraph system. 2,028,818 ; 
Jan. 28. 

Anstey, Henry C, Cheadle, Stoke-on-Trent, and W. E. 
Alkins, Leek, assignors to Thomas Bolton & Sons Lim- 
ited. Widnes, England. Nonferrous metal. 2,060,919 ; 
Nov. 17. 

Anstey, Henry C, Cheadle, Stoke-on-Trent, and W. E. 
Alkins, Leek, assignors to Thomas Bolton & Sons Lim- 
ited, Widnes, England. Nonferrous metal. 2,060,920 ; 
Nov. 17. 

Anstice, Josiah, & Co. Inc. (See Browne, Lindsay H., 
assignor.) 

Antares Trust Registered. (See Schaarschmidt, Alfred, 
assignor.) 

Antel. Dorothea S., New York, N. Y. Novelty container. 
2,052,594; Sept. 1. 

Antel. John A. (See Colegrove, C. E., and Antel.) 

Anthony, Benjamin F. (See Burich, R. H., and An- 
thony.) 

Anthony Development Company. (See Anthony, W. C, 
and Wachter. assignors.) 

Anthony Development Company. (See Anthony, William 
C, assignor.) 

Anthony, Frank P., New Bloomfleld, Mo. Fire and theft 
alarm switch. 2,050,409 ; Aug. 11. 

Anthony, Stanley, assignor to Farrington Manufacturing 
Company, Boston, Mass. Printing device. 2,039,049 ; 
Apr. 28. 

Anthony, William C, assignor to Anthony Development 
Company, Streator, 111. Pump. 2,044,044 ; June 16. 

Anthony, William C, and L. Wachter, assignor to An- 
thony Development Company, Streator, 111. Vehicle. 
2.057,655 : Oct. 20. 

Anthracite Devices Corporation. (See Johnson, A. J., 
and Mulcey, assignors.) 

Anthracite Heat Appliance Corporation. (See Johnson, 
Allen J., assignor.) 

Antioch Industrial Research Institute, Inc. (See Berdon, 
Albert E.. assignor.) 

Antioch Industrial Research Institute, Inc. (See Bucher, 
John E., assignor.) 

Antioph Industrial Research Institute, Inc. (See Dearlng, 
Le Roy M., assignor.) 

Antisell, Frank L. (See Whitehead, F. A., and Antisell.) 



Antisell, Frank L., Wilkinsburg, assignor to Copperweld 
Steel Company, Glassport. Pa. Working and treating 
metals. 2,026,603 ; Jan. 7. 

Anton, Alfred, Eberstadt, assignor to Rohm & Haas, 
Aktiengesellschaft, Chemische Fabrik, Darmstadt, Ger- 
many. Preparing iron sulphate chloride. 2,047,571 ; 
July 14. 

Anton, Frederick A., Topeka, Kans. Curved front arm lat- 
eral arm awning construction. 2,038,258 ; Apr. 21. 

Anton, Frederick A., Topeka, Kans. Lateral arm awning. 
2,038,259 ; Apr. 21. 

Anton, Nick J., Cicero, 111. Clamp. 2,051,670 ; Aug. 18. 

Antone, John, San Francisco, Calif. Paper towel cab- 
inet. 2,045,820 ; June 30. 

Autongiovanni, Ugo. (See Durable, William H., assignor.) 

Antonietta, Joseph, Port Richmond, N. Y. Variable timing 
condenser. 2,046,994 ; July 7. 

Antonio, Alfred D., et al. (See Dolan, J., and Granata, 
assignors.) 

Antranikian, Haig, Providence, R. I. Magnetic field direc- 
tion and intensity finder. 2,047,609 ; July 14. 

Antrim, Louis C, New York, N. Y. Fertilizing stick. 
2,032,608 : Mar. 3. 

Antrim, William D., Gloucester, N. J., assignor to Roberts 
& Mander Stove Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Frame. 
2,037,611 ; Apr. 14. 

Antrim, William D., Gloucester, N. J., assignor to Rob- 
erts & Mander Stove Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Gas 
range. 2,064,713 ; Dec. 15. 

Antrim, William D., Gloucester, N. J., assignor to Roberts 
& Manders Stove Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Gas 
range. 2,064,714; Dec. 15. 

Apco Mossberg Corporation. (See Jackson, Alfred P., as- 
signor.) 

Apco Mossberg Corporation. (See Storrie, William.) 
Apex Electrical Manufacturing Company. (See De Luiz, 

Edward E., assignor.) 
Apex Electrical Manufacturing Company. (See Frantz, 

Clarence G., assignor.) 
Apex Electrical Manufacturing Company, The. (See 

Frantz, Paul E., assignor.) 
Apex Electrical Manufacturing Company, The. (See 

Frantz, Walter A., assignor.) 
Apex Electrical Manufacturing Company. (See Frantz, 

W. A., and McCabe, assignors'.) 
Apex Electrical Manufacturing Company, The. (See Kirby, 

James B., assignor.) 
Apex Electrical Manufacturing Company, The. (See Mc- 
Cabe, John J., assignor.) 
Apex Electrical Manufacturing Company, The. (See Rack- 

lyeft, John W., assignor.) 
Apex Electrical Manufacturing Company, The. (See Sey- 

fried, Arthur W., assignor.) 
Apex Electrical Manufacturing Company, The. (See Te 

Pas, EJdmund J., assignor.) 
Apex Electrlc^al Manufacturing Company, The, as trustee. 

(See Kirbv, James B., assignor.) 
Apex Tool & Cutter Company, The. (See Severson, Ole, 

assignor.) 
Apotheker, Carl. (See Bonh6te, G., and Apotheker.) 
Apotheker, Carl. (See Knecht, O., Keppeler, and Apoth- 
eker.) 

Appel, Julius. (See Schulz, H. I., and Appel.) 

Appel, Oscar J., Paterson, N. J. Oil burning apparatus. 
2,034,737; Mar. 24. 

Appel, Oscar J., Paterson, N. J. Hearth construction for 
oil burners. 2.062,633 ; Dec. 1. 

Appelberg, Axel O., Stockhold, Sweden, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to T. A. Edison. Incorporated, West Orange, 
N. J. Thermal switch. 2,037,689 ; Apr. 21. 

Appelberg, Friedrich, Bchum, assignor to Gebrueder Eick- 
hoff, Maschinenfabric und Eisengiesserie. Bochum, Ger- 
many. Shaking conveyer. 2,029.805 ; Feb. 4. 

Appell. Rudolph. Culver City, Calif. Cooper's croze. 
2,048,315 ; July 21. 

Appenzeller, Johan, Bergdietikon, Switzerland. Hand 
operated i aplement for weeding tare. 2,061,542 ; Nov. 

Appianl. Daniel, New York, N. Y. Rodent trap. 
2.056.882 ; Oct. 6. 

Apple, Bessie D. (See Cotterman, Frederick W., assignor.) 

Apple, Herbert F., executor. (See Apple, Vincent G.) 

Apple, Herbert P., executors et al. (See Apple, Vin- 
cent G.) 

Apple, Jack. Henderson, Tex. Continuous mixer. 
2.048,913 ; July 28. 

Apple, Vincent G., deceased, by H. F. Apple, E. M. Apple 
and G. Dnrroch, executors, Dayton, Ohio. Mold for 
mnklns commutators. 2,030,132; Feb. 11. 

Apple, Vincent G., deceased, late of Dayton, Ohio, by 
H. P, Apple, executor, Dayton, Ohio. Oil sealed bearing. 
2,035,519 ; Mar. 31. 

Apple, Vincent G.. deceased. Dayton. Ohio, H. F. Apple, 
B. M. Apple and G. Darroch, executors. Plastic 
molding. 2.058,938 ; Oct. 27. 

Apple, Vincent G,, G, Darroch. executor, Dayton, Ohio. 
Commutator. 2,061,821 ; Nov. 24. 

Applebaum. David. Los Angeles. Calif. Glow tube con- 
trol system. 2.030.492; Feb. 11. 

Applebaum. David, Los Angeles, Calif. Television re- 
ceiver. 2,048.094 : .July 21. 

Appleby. Lance E.. Wichita. Kans. Window sash-balanc- 
ing means. 2,062,775 ; Dec. 1. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1936 



Applegarlh, George A., Sau Francisco, Calif. Fire escape. 
2,046,762 ; July 7. 

Appleton Electric Company. (See Appleton, Ernst G., 
assignor.) 

Appleton Electric Company. (See Torublom, Nils A., as- 
signor.) 

Appleton, Ernst G., Chicago, 111., assignor to Appleton 
Electric Company. Fluid-tight connecter for threadless 
pipes. 2,004,140; Dec. 15. 

Appleton, William A., Wembley, Middlesex, England, as- 
signor to Kadio Corporation of America. Thermionic 
oscillation generator. 2,048,723 ; July 28. 

Appleton Wire Worlis, Inc. (See Weber, Louis N., as- 
signor.) 

Appleyard, Kenelm C, and A. Flint, Low Fell, assignors 
of one-third to The Birtlev Company Limited, Birtley, 
England. Separation of coal and the like. 2,065,205 ; 
Dec. 22. 

Apter, Max. (See Jasper, Louis, assignor.) 

Aqua Systems Incorporated. (See Beckwith, C. F., and 
Main, assignors.) 

Aramendia, Frank C, assignor of one-half to D. Martin, 
Los Angeles, Calif. Dispensing container. 2,057,812 ; 
Oct. 20. 

Arata, Silvio. (See Gerolaml, E., and Arata.) 

Arbogast, Alfred C. (See Martin, R., and Arbogast.) 

Arbuekle, Randolph, Geneseo, assignor to The Beardsley & 
Piper Company, Chicago, 111. Combined pea harvester 
and liuUer. 2,037,300 ; Apr. 14. 

Arbuekle, S. F., Corporation. (See Arbuekle, S. F., and 
Coulter, assignors.) 

Arbuekle, Samuel F., and G. H. Coulter, Highland Park, 
assianor to United Lens Corporation, Detroit, Mich. 
Lighting system and apparatus. 2,030,620 ; Feb. 11. 

Arbuekle, Samuel F., and G. H. Coulter, Highland Park, 
Mich., assignors to S. F. Arbuekle Corporation. Sign 
reflecting in predetermined direction. 2,043,690 ; 
June 9. 

Arcari, Sandro. (See Scheyer, Sophie, (born von 
Pezachowicz) and Arcari.) 

Arcelon, John, Mount Vernon, N. Y. Circuit controller. 
2,031,448 ; Feb. 18. 

Archea, Walter D. (See Ernst, H., Mai'tellotti, and 
Archea.) 

Archea, Walter D. (See Romaine, M., and Archea.) 

Archea, Walter D., assignor to The Cincinnati Milling 
Machine Co., Cincinnati, Ohio. Milling machine trans- 
mission and electric control therefor. 2,042,245 ; May 
26. 

Archea, Walter D., assignor to The Cincinnati Milling Ma- 
chine Co., Cincinnati, Ohio. Transmission and con- 
trol mechanism for milling machines. 2,045,685 ; June 
30. 

Archea, Walter D., assignor to The Cincinnati Milling Ma- 
chine Co., Cincinnati, Ohio. Combined milling and bor- 
ing machine. 2.052,271 ; Aug. 25. 

Archer, Belle F., New Haven, Conn. Amusement device. 
2,037,612 ; Apr. 14. 

Archer-Daniels-Midland Company. (See Finley, John T., 
assignor.) 

Archer-Daniels-Midland Company, et al. (See Long, J. S., 
and Ball, assignors.) 

Archer, Edward G., and J. E. Moore, Rome, Ga., as- 
signors to Tubize Chatillon Corporation. Cap and thread 
guide for cap spinning machines. 2,058,393 ; Oct. 27. 

Archer, Frank M., Brookline, and P. McKinnon, Jr., as- 
signors to The Moxie Company, Boston, Mass. Trailer 
vehicle. 2,049,098 ; July 28. 

Archer, George F., New York, N. Y. Respiratory actu- 
ating means for generators. 2,029,148 ; Jan. 28. 

Archer, Merton T., assignor to The National-Superior 
Company, Toledo, Ohio. Polish rod grip. 2,036,992; 
Apr. 7. 

Archer Rubber Company. (See Gowdy, William F., as- 
signor.) 

Archer, Sylvanus M. (See Bennett. M. D., and Archer.) 

Archibald, Francis M., Roselle, N. J., assignor to Standard 
lOil Development Company. Stabilizing white oils. 
2,035,418 : Mar. 24. 

Archibald, Francis M., Elizabeth, N. J., assignor to Stand- 
ard Oil Development Company. Purifying acid sludge. 
2,062..S47 ; Dec. 1. 

Archibald, Francis M., and C. M. Beamer, Elizabeth, N. J., 
assignors to Standard Alcohol Company. Manufactur- 
ing ketones. 2.028,267; Jan. 21. 

Archibald, Francis M., and P. Janssen, Elizabeth, N. J., 
assignors to Standard Alcohol Company. Purifying 
naphtha. 2,035,449 ; Mar. 31. 

Archibald, John F., Redwood City, Calif. Lawn spiker. 
2,056.337 ; Oct. 6. 

Arciere, Joseph. (See Taubert, Herman, assignor.) 

Arco Manifolding Co. Inc., The. (See Bonn, Robert M., 
assignor.) 

Arcturus Development Company. (See Glauber, John J., 
assignor.) 

Arcturus Development Company. (See Krahl, Walter L., 
assignor.) 

Ard, Charles E., Birmingham, Ala., assignor to F. C. 
Fantz, Webster Groves, Mo. Return bend for cracking 
stills. 2.030,493 ; Feb. 11. 

Ardco Manufacturing Company. (See Stern, C, Davis, 
and Gillespie, assignors.) 

Arden, Elizabeth, Inc. (See de Maublanc, Gladys, as- 
signor.) 



Arden, Thomas R., Baldwin, N. Y. Adjustable peep sight 
for firearms. 2,061,017 ; Nov. 17. 

Arden, Thomas R., Baldwin, N. Y., assignor to Buddy "L" 
Manufacturing Company, East Moline, 111. Toy mechan- 
ical shovel. 2,028,582 ; Jan. 21. 

Arenda Corporation. (See Graham, George H., asgignor.) 

Arens, Robert A., Chicago, 111. Fishing tackle accessory. 
2,062,245 ; Nov. 24. 

Arentsen, Arie H., assignor to "N. V. Handel-en Exploitatie 
Maatschappij in uctrooien van gewapeude asbestcement- 
producten Ferrocal," Amsterdam, Netherlands. Method 
of and machine for the manufacture of continuous sheets 
of asbestos cement reenforced with wire netting. 
2,033,805 ; Mar. 10. 

Arentzen, Einar M., assignor to Joy Manufacturing Co., 
Franklin, Pa. Power system for combined gathering 
and loading machines. 2,050,982 ; Aug. 11. 

Arey, Fred C, Oak Park, 111., and De L. E. Hibner, Jr.. 
Du Bois. Pa., assignors to Vulcan Soot Blower Cor- 
poration. Swinging soot blower. 2,030,828 ; Feb. 11. 

Arey, Ralph G., Swampscott, Mass., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Indicating instrument. 2,058,939 ; 
Oct. 27. 

Arf, Herman R. (See Stacey, A. B., Jr., Ashley, and Arf.) 

Arff, John H., Portland, Greg. Carburetor. 2,047,661; 
July 14. 

Arfsten, Newton, assignor of one-fifth to K. Pohl, one-half 
to P. W. Buchhart, New York, and one-fifth to Franz 
Borchmann, Little Neck, Long Island, N. Y. Method 
and apparatus for producing stereoscopic effects. 
2,029,300 : Feb. 4. 

Argauer, Albert, Buffalo, N. Y. Jar opener. 2,043,144; 
June 2. 

Arge, Hans C, and H. Tischer, New York, N. Y. Polishing 
machine. 2.054,458 ; Sept. 15. 

Arians, Edward, assignor of one-half to W. W. Wallace, 
Spokane, Wash. Cigar and cigarette extinguisher. 
2,051,067; Aug. 18. 

Ariente, Peter J., assignor to Sayles Finishing Plants, Inc., 
Salesville, R. I. Thermo-adhesive textile fabric and 
process. 2,038,403 ; Apr. 21. 

Arisman, Mervln B. (See Schellenger, N. C, and Aris- 
man.) 

Aristo Corporation. (See Stahl. Rodolphe, assignor.) 

Arkell, Bartlett. (See Jarrier, Ren€, assignor.) 

Arkenburgh, Weber H., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to 
General Electric Company. Block signal system. 
2,030.675 : Feb. 11. 

Arlington Mills. (See Arragg, George M., assignor.) 

Arma Engineering Co. (See Foss, Clifton T., assignor.) 

Armacost, Wilbur H., assignor to The Superheater Com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. Fluid heater. 2,029,284 ; Feb. 4. 

Armacost, Wilbur H., assignor to The Superheater Com- 
ipany, New York, N. Y. Superheatelr. 2,030,422 ; 
Feb. 11. 

Armacost, Wilbur H., assignor to The Superheater Com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. Superheater with adjustable 
counterradiation. 2,032,390 ; Mar. 3. 

Armacost, Wilbur H., assignor to The Superheater Com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. Regulation of steam temper- 
ature. 2,032,391 ; Mar. 3. 

Armacost, Wilbur H., assignor to The Superheater Com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. Boiler. 2.041,388 : May 19. 

Armacost, Wilbur H., assignor to The Superheater Com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. Superheater for high temperature 
steam. 2,053,413 ; Sept. 8. 

Armacost, Wilbur H., assignor to The Superheater Com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. Boiler. 2,056.245 : Oct. 6. 

Armacost. Wilbur H., assignor to The Superheater Com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. Closure. 2,065,206 : Dec, 22. 

Armantrout, Charlie E., Tucson, Ariz. Target. 2,048,155 ; 
July 21. 

Armbrust Chain Company. (See Seebeck, Howard D., as- 
signor.) 

Armbruster, John W., East Rockaway, N. Y. Automatic 

selection device. 2,044,143 ; June 16. 
Armbruster, John W., East Rockaway, N. Y. Refrigerating 

cabinet. 2.062,856; Dec. 1. 
Armbruster, John W., East Rockaway, assignor, by mesne 

assignments, to International Business Machines Cor- 
poration, New York, N. Y. Accumulating device. 

2,056,381 ; Oct. 6. 
Armenault, Ren6, Paris, assignor of one-half to Fabrlques 

de Produits de Chimie Organique de Laire, Issy, France. 

Preparing plastic materials derived from urea and form- 
aldehyde. 2,061,543 ; Nov. 24. 
Armentrout, Arthur L., Bakersfield, and B. B. Hall, Los 

Angeles, Calif. Method and apparatus for testing the 

productivity of the formation in wells. 2,043,225 ; 

June 9. 
Armington, Arthur P. (See Armington, George E. and 

A. P.) 
Armington, Arthur P., Willoughby, assignor to The Euclid 

Road Machinery Company, Euclid, Ohio. Axle unit. 

2,027,218 ; Jan. 7. 
Armington, Arthur P., Willoughby, assignor to The Euclid 

Road Machinery Company, Euclid, Ohio. Locomotive. 

2,045,510 ; June 23. 
Armington, Arthur P., Willoughby, assignor to The Euclid 

Road Machinery Company, Euclid, Ohio. Crawler wheel 

link. 2,046,299 : June 30. 
Armington, Arthur P., Willoughby, assianor to The Euclid 

Road Machinery Company. Euclid. Ohio. Driving and 

steering axle unit. 2,047,050 ; July 7. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



37 



Armington, Arthur P., Willoughby, assignor to The Euclid 
Koiitl Machinery Company, Euclid, Ohio. Trailer ve- 
hicle. 2,047,702; July 14. 

Armington, Arthur P., Willoughby, and G. B. Armington, 
South Euclid, assignors to The Euclid Road Macliinery 
Company, Euclid, Ohio. Power wind for trailer ve- 
hicles. 2,055,919 ; Sept. 29. 

Armington, George B. (See Armington, Arthur P. and 
G. E.) 

Armington, George E., South Euclid, and A. P. Armington, 
Willoughby, assignors to The Euclid Koad Machinery 
Company, Euclid, Ohio. Side dump vehicle. 2,047,051 ; 
July 7. 

Armltage, Joseph B., Wauwatosa, assignor to Kearney & 
Trecker Corporation, West AUis, Wis. Milling machine. 
2.034,221 ; Mar. 17. 

Armitage, Joseph B., Wauwatosa, assignor to Kearney & 
Trecker Corporation, West Allis, Wis. Machine tool 
transmission and control. 2,047,162 ; July 7. 

Armor, James C, Bellevue, Pa. Refrigerating apparatus. 
2,049,793; Aug. 4. 

Armor, James C, Bellevue, Pa. Pump. 2,049,794 ; Aug. 4. 

Armored Tube Company. (See Petersen, Anker, assignor.) 

Arraorite Equipment Incorporated. (See Clark, Raymond 
L., assignor.) 

Armour and Company. (See Fenger, Frederic, as- 
signor.) 

Armour and Company. (See Jordan, Isaac N., assignor.) 

Armour and Company. (See Potts. Ralph H., assignor.) 

Armour and Company. (See Potts, R. H., and McKee, as- 
signors.) 

Armour and Company. (See Ralston, Anderson W., as- 
signor.) 

Armour and Company. (See Ralston, A. W., and Bauer, 
assignors.) 

Armour and Company. (See Ralston, A. W., and Chris- 
tcnsen, assignors.) 

Armour and Company. (See Ralston, A. W., Christensen, 
and Bauer, assignors.) 

Armour and Company. (See Ralston, A. W., Christensen, 
and Selby, assignors.) 

Armour and Company. (See Ralston, A. W., and Jackson, 
assignors.) 

Armour and Company. (See Ralston, A. W., Pool, and 
Harvfood.) 

Armour and Company. (See Schultz, Kristian, assignor.) 

Armour and Company. (See Sheely, Madison L., as- 
signor.) 

Armour, James W., assignor to Rilev Stoker Corporation, 
Worcester, Mass. Steam boiler. 2,028.036 : Jan. 14. 

Arms, Merton H., and J. B. Johnson, assignors to Bryant 
Chucking Grinder Company, Springfield, Vt. Metal cut- 
ting machine. 2,058,940 ; Oct. 27. 

Armstrong, A. Gordon, et al. (See Smith, Arthur R., 
assignor.) 

Armstrong, Charles A., et al. (See Madsen, Sern, as- 
signor.) 

Armstrong, Charles C, assignor to L. R. Nelson Mfg. Co., 
Inc., Peoria. 111. Sprinkler. 2,033,107 ; Mar. 10. 

Armstrong, Clifford G., Meriden, Conn., L. B. Armstrong, 
executrix. Safety guard for foot presses. 2,049,990 ; 
Aug. 4. 

Armstrong Cork Company. (See Brand, Norman A., as- 
signor.) 

Armstrong Cork Company. (See Havpker, Clifford F., as- 
signor.) 

Armstrong Cork Company. (See Hawker, C. F., Herr, 
and Rottmund, assignors.) 

Armstrong Cork Company. (See Prentls, Henning W., 
Jr., assignor.) 

Armstrong Cork Company. (See Rottmund, Fred G., as- 
signor.) 

Armstrong Cork Company. (See St. Claire, Charles W., 
assignor.) 

Armstrong Cork Company. (See Tucker, William B., as- 
signor.) 

Armstrong Cork Company. (See Votteler, Frederick, as- 
signor.) 

Armstrong Cork Company. (See Wenrich, C. N., Paschke, 
and Vogt, assignors.) 

Armstrong, Edward W. (See Rapaport, N., Armstrong, 
and Hutchinson.) 

Armstrong, Edwin H., New York, N. Y. Radio transmit- 
ting system. 2,063.074 ; Dec. 8. 

Armstrong, Ernest, West Collingswood, N. J., and J. E. 
Thebaud, Pliiladelphia, Pa., said Tliebaud assignor to 
said Armstrong. Oil sealing device for journal boxes. 
2,054,017 ; Sept. 8. 

Armstrong, George A., Cranston, R. I., assignor to William 
C. Greene Company. Finger ring. 2,054,667 ; Sept. 15. 

Arm.'strong, George C, Wilkinsburg, and D. Ellis, T\irtle 
Creek, assignors to Westinghouse Electric & Manufac- 
turing Company, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Relay. 
2,036.250 ; Apr. 7. 

Armstrong, H. Arnott. (See Mclntyre, William W., as- 
sigTior.) 

Armstrong, Harry Y., Syracuse, N. Y. Bed attachment 
for invalids. 2,057.811 : Oct. 20. 

Armstrong, Henry, Montreal, Quebec, and C. N. Dunton, 
Toronto. Ontario, assignors to Vibra-Lite Limited, Mon- 
treal. Quebec, Canada. Illuminated display apparatus. 
2,050,551 ; Aug. 11. 

Armstrong, Herbert M. (See Eaton, G. R., and Arm- 
strong.) 



Armstrong, James L., Miami Beach, Fla. Apparatus for 
filling syringe cartridges and the like. 2,064,815 ; Dec. 
22. 

Armstrong, Levi B., Chicago, 111., assignor to The Lundie 
Engineering Corporation, New York, N. Y. Rail sup- 
porting and securing means. 2,040,824 ; May 19. 

Armstrong, Luella B. (executrix). (See Armstrong, Clif- 
ford G.) 

Armstrong Manufacturing Co. (See Clabby, M. J., and 
Ashmun, assignors.) 

Armstrong, Merton C., assignor to The Sterling Siren 
Fire Alarm Company Inc.. Rochester, N. Y. Signaling 
device. 2,030,733 ; Feb. 11. 

Armstrong, Murray, Los Angeles, Calif, Corner shelf. 
2,036,184; Apr. 7. 

Arnistrong-Newpart Company. (See Cover, Lester B., as- 
signor.) 

Armstrong, Percy A. E., Beverly Hills, Calif. Valve for 
internal combustion engines. 2,052,862 ; Sept. 1. 

Armstrong, Percy A. B., Beverly Hills, Calif., and R. K. 
Rogers, New York, N. Y. ; said Rogers assignor to said 
Armstrong. Composite ferrous bodies. 2,044,742 ; June 
16. 

Armstrong, Robert B., Roachdale, Ind. Camera. 
2,030,778 ; Feb. 11. 

Armstrong, Victor C, Short Hills, N. J., assignor to The 
Rail Joint Company, New York, N. Y. Fabricating 
splice bars. 2,060,782 ; Nov. 17. , 

Armstrong, Sir W. G., Whitworth Aircraft Limited. (See 
Murray, O. V., and Lloyd, assignors.) 

Armstrong, Sir W. G., Whitworth Aircraft, Limited. (See 
Siddeley, J. D., and Wylie, assignors.) 

Armstrong, Walter J., Columbus, Ohio, assignor to The 
Jeffrey Manufacturing Company. Rotary reducing ma- 
chine. 2,031,683 ; Feb. 25. 

Armstrong, Walter J., assignor to The Jeffrey Manufac- 
turing Company, Columbus, Ohio. Reducing machine. 
2,036,522 ; Apr. 7. 

Armstrong, Walter J., Columbus, Ohio, assignor to The 
Jeffrey Manufacturing Company. Coal crusher. 
2,045,686; June 30. 

Armstrong, Walter J., assignor to The Jeffrey Manufac- 
turing Company, Columbus, Ohio. Reducing machine. 
2,045,687 ; .Tune 30. 

Armstrong, Walter J., assignor -to The Jeffrey Manufac- 
turing Company, Columbus, Ohio. Reducing machine. 
2,045,088 ; June 30. 

Armstrong, Walter J., Columbus, Ohio, assignor to The 
Jeffrey Manufacturing Company. Rotary reducing ma- 
chine. 2,045.689 ; June 30. 

Armstrong, Walter J., Columbus, Ohio, assignor to The 
Jeffrey Manufacturing Company. Reducing machine. 
2,045,690; June 30. 

Armstrong, Walter J., Columbus, Ohio, assignor to The 
Jeffrey Manufacturing Company. Pulverizer. 2,045,691 ; 
June 30. 

Arndt, Ernest A., assignor to Kari-Keen Manufacturing 
Co., Sioux City, Iowa. Wheel carrier structure. 
2,049,681 ; Aug. 4. 

Arndt, Ernest A., Sioux City, Iowa. Combination trunk 
and luggage carrier. 2.063,478 ; Dec. 8. 

Arndt, Ervin F., Tinley Park, 111. Closure operator. 
2,046,441 ; July 7. 

Arndt, Franklin E., assignor to The Galion Iron Works & 
Mfg. Co., Galion, Ohio. Mold-board elevating and lower- 
ing mechanism for road graders. 2,033,117 ; Mar. 10. 

Arnesen, Walter A., New York, N. Y. Battery box 
2,058,755 : Oct. 27. 

Arness, William B., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Rustless Iron and Steel Corporation. Baltimore, Md. 
Pouring practice and apparatus. 2,049,148 ; July 28. 

Arness. William B., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Rustless Iron and Steel Corporation, Baltimore, Md. 
Production of rustless iron. 2,056,162 ; Oct. 6. 

Arnhym, Albert A., assignor to Akay Electron Co., Chi- 
cago, 111. Converter for light rays. 2,058,941 ; Oct. 
27. 

Arnois. Charles L., Philadelphia, Pa. Spark plug. 
2,048,481 ; July 21. 

Arnold, Albert W., Miami, Fla. Dispensing container. 
2,027,760 ; Jan. 14. 

Arnold, Albert W., Miami, Fla. Dispensing container. 
2,036,7.39 ; Apr. 7. 

Arnold, Albert W., Charlotte, N. C. Valve for pneumatic 
engines. 2,037,492 : Apr. 14. 

Arnold, Arthur A. (See Gilbert, A. C, and Arnold.) 

Arnold. Arthur A., assignor to The A. C. Gilbert Com- 
pany, New Haven, Conn. Bearing structure. 
2,0-^0,193 : Feb. 11. 

Arnold, Arthur A., Pottstown, assignor of one-half to H. 
Sarfert. Philadelphia, Pa. Tension device. 2,085,253; 
Mar. 24. 

Arnold, Arthur B. (See Jaden, F. I., and Arnold.) 

Arnold, Charles A., West Haven, Conn. Sand spreader. 
2,060.652 ; Nov. 10. 

Arnold, Charles B., assignor to Seymour & Peck Co., Chi- 
cago, 111. Barrel. 2,043,026 ; June 2. 

Arnold, Charles F. (See Barr, H. F,, Arnold, and Gor- 
don.) 

Arnold. Charles F., Woodville, Ohio. Spall lime kiln. 
2.003.219 : Dec. 8. 

Arnold, Clayton L. (See Kimball, W. D., Hedden, and 
Arnold.) 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1936 



Arnold, Craig R., Dahlonega, Ga., and F. N. Moerk, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. Treament of pyritic materials. 2,005,5-17 ; 
Dec. 29. 

Arnold, Edwin E., assignor to Westinghouse Electric & 
Manufacturing Company, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Com- 
mutator structure. 2,060,480 ; Nov. 10. 

Arnold, Ernest H., Cleveland, Ohio. Manufacturing metal 
vehicle wheels. 2,053,648 ; Sept. 8. 

Arnold, Franc, assignor of three-tenths to B. M. Vogel, 
St. Louis, Mo. Telephone. 2,062,019 ; Nov. 24. 

Arnold, Harold D., Maplewood, N. J., assignor to Bell Tel- 
ephone Laboratories, Incorporated. New Xork, N. Y. 
Acoustic materials. 2,028,180 ; Jan. 21. 

Arnold Herrlck K., Elmhurst, assignor to E. I. du Pont 
de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Ketone con- 
densation products. 2,046,145 ; June 30. 

Arnold, Herrick R., Elmhurst, and W. A. Lazier, Mar- 
shallton, Del., assignors to E. I. du Pont de Nemours 
& Company, Wilmington, Del. Catalyst and preparing 
same. 2,034,077 ; Mar. 17. 

Arnold, Herrick R., Elmhurst, and W. A. Lazier, Mar- 
shallton, assignors to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Com- 
pany, Wilmington, Del. Catalysts and preparing and 
using same. 2,047,945 ; July 21. 

Arnold, J. Jennings, Seattle, Wash. Valve structure. 
2,053,456 ; Sept. 8. 

Arnold, James B. (See Claflin, H. C, and Arnold.) 

Arnold, John W., San Francisco, Calif. Lubricator for 
pneumatic tools. 2,044,765 ; June 23. 

Arnold, John W., San Francisco, Calif. Adjustable feed 
for pneumatic tool lubricators. 2,046,313 ; July 7. 

Arnold, Karl, Nuremberg, Germany. Mechanical toy. 
2,062,046; Nov. 24. 

Arnold, Karl, Nuremberg, Germany. Gyrating toy. 
2,062,490; Dec. 1. 

Arnold, Pearl C, West Hanover, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Barbour Welting Company, Brockton, 
Muss. Felting and shoemaking therewith. 2,039,287 ; 
Mav 5. 

Arnold, Pearl C, West Hanover, assignor to Barbour 
Welting Company, Brockton, Mass. Ring welt and 
method of making. 2,062,288 ; Dec. 1. 

Arnold Robert. (See Symank, Karl, assignor.) 

Arnold, Russell B. (See Sanders, Frank G., assignor.) 

Arnold, Stanley. (See Arnold, Thomas, and A.) 

Arnold, Thomas and S., Bradford, England. Rubber com- 
positions. 2,059,430 ; Nov. 3. 

Arntzen, Ole B., assignor to Gray-Arntzen Co., Seattle, 
Wash. Tank gauge float. 2,043,364 ; June 9. 

Aro Equipment Corporation. (See Carter, John F., as- 
signor.) 

Aro Equipment Corporation, The. (See Eastman, Ivan 
L., assignor.) „ 

Aro Equipment Corporation, The. (See Esser, Rupert P., 
assignor.) 

Aro Equipment Corporation, The. (See Ginter, C. W. 
and Carter, assignors.) 

Aro Equipment Corporation, The. (See Nielsen, Iver B., 
assignor.) 

Aron, Simon, et al. (See Hirst, Edwin P., assignor.) 

Aronberg, David G., New York, N. Y. Bridge problem work 
board. 2,041,452; May 19. 

Aroner, Allan W. (See Hermsdorf, W. H., and Aroner.) 

Aronov, Philip, and W. H. Scott, assignors to A. & S. 
Shoe Engineering Co., Inc., Chicago, 111. Shoe lasting 
device. 2,048,724 ; July 28. 

Aronovsky, Samuel I., St. Paul, assignor to The Northwest 
Paper Company, Cloquet, Minn. Alcoholic treatment of 
ligneous cellulosic material. 2,037,001 ; Apr. 14. 

Aronow, Abraham W., Philadelphia, Pa. Cushion blanket. 
2,038,335; Apr. 21. 

Arons, Louis, assignor to N. H. Arons, Chicago, 111. Un- 
derwear garment. 2,033,505 ; Mar. 10. 

Arons, Norman H. (See Arons, Louis, assignor.) 

Aronson, Jerome B. (See Goodman, Harry S., assignor.) 

Aronson, Louis V., Newark, N. J. Pyrophoric spark pro- 
ducing mechanism. 2,055.993 ; Sept. 29. 

Aronson, Louis V., Newark, N. J., assignor to Art Metal 
Works, Inc. Flame-producing mechanism and associ- 
ated receptacle. 2,033,108 ; Mar. 10. 

Aronson, Louis V., Newark, N. J., assignor to Art Metal 
Works, Inc. Spark producing mechanism. 2,051,934 ; 
Aug. 25. 

Aronson, Louis V., Newark, N. J., assignor to Art Metal 
Works, Inc. Casing panel arrangement. 2,052,689 ; 
Sept. 1. 

Aronson, Louis V., Newark, N. J., assignor to Art Metal 
Works, Inc. Pyrophoric lighter construction. 2,053,649 ; 
Sept. 8. 

Aronson, Louis V., Newark, N. J., assignor to Art Metal 
Works. Inc. Dispensing arrangement. 2,064,584 ; Dec. 
15. 

Aronson. Meyer L., assignor of one-half to W. Zachs, Hart- 
ford, Conn. Attachment for rulers. 2,026,768 ; Jan. 7. 

Aronsson, Maurice, Trustees et al. (See Pineberg, Abra- 
ham, assignor.) 

Arpels. Salomon dit Charles, assignor to Soei^tfi van 
Cleef & Arpels, Paris, France. Jewel setting. 2,056,705 ; 
Oct. 6. 

Arragg, George M., assignor to Arlington Mills, Lawrence, 

Mass. Stop motion. 2,044,238 ; June 16. 
Arras, George, Chicago, 111. Fixture support. 2,052,069 ; 

Aug. 25. 
Arra.s, George, Chicago, 111. Floodlight reflector. 
2,058,548 ; Oct. 27. 



Arrow-Hart & Hegeman Electric Company, The. (See 
Bentley, Robert H., assignor.) 

Arrow-Hart & Hegeman Electric Company, The. (See 
Dahl, Magnus G., assignor.) 

Arrow-Hart & Hegeman Electric Company, The. (See 
Fitzgerald, George E., assignor.) 

Arrow-Hart & Hegeman Electric Company, The. (See 
Johnson, David W., assignor.) 

Arrow-Hart & Hegeman Electric Company, The. (See 
Nero, Arvid H., assignor.) 

Arrow Safety Device Company. (See Haines, John R., as- 
signor.) 

Arrow Tools, Inc. (See Pollard, Hugh E., assignor.) 

Arsneau, George, Los Angeles, Calif., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Dow Power Saw Company. Chain saw 
unit. 2,032,609 ; Mar. 3. 

Arsneau, George, Los Angeles, Calif., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Dow Power Saw Company. Position- 
ing and supporting means for portable saws. 2,038,626 ; 
Apr. 28. 

Arsneau, George, Los Angeles, Calif., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Dow Power Saw Company. Sawing ma- 
chine. 2,051,195 ; Aug. IS. 

Arsneau, George, Los Angeles, Calif., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Dow Power Saw Company. Chain saw. 
2,060,547 ; Nov. 10. 

Art Crayon Company. (See Weeks, Robert W., assignor.) 

Artcraft Venetian Blind Company. (See Victori, August 
T., assignor.) 

Artcraft Venetian Blind Company. (See Woodruff, 
George, assignor.) 

Arter Grinding Machine Company. (See Arter, William 
and Harry, assignors.) 

Arter, Harry. (See Arter, William and Harry.) 

Arter, William and H., assignors to Arter (grinding Ma- 
chine Company, Worcester, Mass. Grinding machine. 
2,028,642 ; Jan. 21. 

Arthur, James H. (See Reiter, D. I., and Arthur.) 

Arthur, James L. (See Dyer, J. B., and Arthur.) 

Arthur, James L., Anderson, Ind., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to General Motors Corporation, Detroit, 
Mich. Ignition apparatus. 2,027,507; Jan. 14. 

Arthur, James L., Anderson, Ind., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to General Motors Corporation, Detroit, 
Mich. Distributor cap. 2,064,052 ; Dec. 15. 

Arthur, James L., Anderson, Ind., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to General Motors Corporation, Detroit, 
Mich. Starting and ignition system. 2,065,882 ; Dec. 

Arthur, Oscar F. (See Edge, W. S., and Arthur, as- 
signors.) 

Arthur, William H., assignor to Beach & Arthur, Inc., 
Indianapolis, Ind. Paper food container. 2,032,343; 
Mar. 3. 

Art Metal Construction Company. (See Skar, John G. 
L., assignor.) 

Art Metal Works, Inc. (See Aronson, Louis V., assignor.) 

Arton, Sven, Chicago, 111. Ring -sundial. 2,033,604 ; Mar. 

ArutunofE, Armais. (See Brown, C. C, Van Wert, and 
Arntunoff.) 

Arutunoff, Armais, Bartlesville, Okla. Stabilizing the 
fluctuating flow of liquids in pipe or conduit systems. 
2,051,019; Aug. 18. 

Arutunoff, Armais, Tulsa, assignor to Reda Pump Com- 
pany, BartlesviUe, Okla. Pipe line pump unit. 
2,034,790 ; Mar. 24. 

Arvedson, George C. (See Barkeij, Jean A. H., assignor.) 

Arveson, Maurice H., Highland, Ind., assignor to Standard 
Oil Company, Chicago, 111. Purifying mahogany soap. 
2,059,838 ; Nov. 3. 

Arvidius, Svante P., Malmo, Sweden. Automatic Gramo- 
phone. 2,031,449 ; Feb. 18. 

Arvin, James A., assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & 
Company, Wilmington, Del. Product and preparing 
same. 2,029,851; Feb. 4. 

Arvin, James A., assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & 
Company, Wilmington, Del. Resinous compositions. 
2,058,-394 ; Oct. 27. 

Arvin, James A., assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & 
Company, Wilmington, Del. Synthetic resins. 2,060,715 ; 
Nov. 10. 

Arvin, James A., assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & 
Company, Wilmington, Del. Synthetic resins. 2,060,716 ; 
Nov. 10. 

Arvintz, Abraham A., assignor to Seal-0-Strain Corpora- 
tion, Brooklyn, N. Y. Closure and strainer device. 
2,042,921 ; June 2. 

Arynski. Leonard W., et al. (See McCarty, Madison P., 
assignor.) 

Asahina, Yasuhiko. and M. Ishidate, Tokyo, Japan. Pre- 
paring D-trans-II-oxo-camphor from iso-ketopinic acid. 
2,045,062 ; June 23. 

Asahina, Yasuhiko, and M. Ishidate, Tokyo, Japan. Pre- 
paring optically active trans-pi-hydroxycamphor from 
optically active alpha-pi- ( trans )-dihalogen camphor. 
2.056,441 : Oct. 6. 

Asbridge, Harry H., Ashton-on-Mersev, assignor to The 
Churchill Machine Tool Company Limited, Broadheath, 
near Manchester, England. Spindle bearing. 2.028,487 ; 
,Tan. 21. 

Asbridge, Harry H.. Ashton-on-Mersey. assignor to 
The Churchill Machine Tool Company Limited. Broad- 
heath, near Manchester, England. Spindle bearing. 
2,053,389 ; Sept. 8. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



39 



Aslniry, Arthur B. (See Smith. H., Schiedel, and Asbury.) 

Asbui'y, Richard A. (See Asbury, Thomas W., E. A., and 
Fredriksson. ) 

Asbury, Thomas W., Valdosta, Ga., K. A. Asbury, Jollet, 
lU., and J. F. Fredriksson, Baldwin, assignors to Amer- 
ican Cyanamid & Chemical Corporation, New York, 
N. Y. Making n dry rosin size composition. 2,050,997 ; 
Aug. 11. 

Asch, Abraham B. (See Laughlin, W. C, and Asch.) 

Asch, Joseph C, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Lighting 
device. 2,036,616 ; Apr. 7. 

Aschenbach, Emerson. (See Gruver, F. S., and Aschen- 
bach.) 

Aschenborn, Helmut, Coblenz-on-the-Rhine, Germany. 
Device for producing plastic reproductions of corporeal 
forms. 2,043,503 : June 9. 

Aseltine, Fred E., Dayton, Ohio, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Ceneral Motors Corporation, Detroit. 
Mich. Charge forming device. 2,033,220 ; Mar. 10. 

Aseltine, Fred E., Dayton, Ohio, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to General Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. 
Charge forming device. 2.035,938 ; Mar. 31. 

Aseltine, Fred B., Dayton, Ohio, assignor, by mesne assign- 
nii:iils, to General Motors Corporation. Detroit, Mich. 
Charge forming device. 2.047,899; July 14. 

Aseltine, Fred E., C. H. Kind], and W. H. Teeter, Dayton, 
Ohio, assignors, by mesne assignments, to General Mo- 
tors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Charge forming device. 
2.038.157; Apr. 21. 

Ash, Charles N., Chicago, 111., assignor to E. C. Chand- 
ler. Cleveland, Ohio. Feeder device. 2,038,260 ; Apr. 21. 

Ash, Charles N., Chicago, 111., assignor to E. C. Chandler, 
Cleveland, Ohio. Feeding means. 2,057,286 ; Oct. 13. 

Ash, Charles S., Royal Oak, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to The Kelsey-Hayes Wheel Company, Detroit, 
Mich. Skeleton vehicle wheel. 2,040,541 ; May 12. 

Ash, Charles g., and P. Berglund, assignors to C.\nlifornia 
Packing Corporation, San Francisco, Calif. Treating 
fish. 2,064,872 ; Dec. 22. 

Ashbaugh, John H. (See Prisch, E., Schaelchlin, and 
Ashbaugh.) 

Ashdown, Kenneth T. (See Hill, C. H.. and Ashdown.) 

Ashe Manufacturing Corporation. (See Ganson, Charles 
F., assignor.) 

Ashe, Marselius T., Garden City, assignor to B. Collier, 
New York, fs. Y. Display device. 2.065.039 ; Dec. 22. 

Asl'e. William O., St. Louis. Mo., assignor (o General Steel 
Castings Corporation. Granite City, 111. Car under- 
frame structure. 2,032,195 ; Feb. 25. 

Ashe, William O., St. Louis, Mo., assignor to General 
Steel Castings Corporation. Granite City, 111. Locomo- 
tive cylinder structure. 2.065,548 ; Dec. 29. 

Ash-Howard-Needles & Tammen. (See Howard, E. E., and 
Tammen, assignors.) 

Ashkenas, David, Middletown, N. Y. Pocketbook. 
2,064,333 ; Dec. 15. 

Ashley, Carlyle M. (See Staoey, A. E.. Jr., and Arf.) 

Ashley, Carlyle M., Maplewood, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Carrier Engineering Corporation, Newark. 
N. J. ControUing the flow of liquid. 2.059,721 ; Nov. 3. 

Ashley, Carlyle M., Maplewood, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Carrier Engineering Corporation, Newark. 
N. J. Multipurpose heat transfer unit. 2,059,839; 
Nov. 3. 

Ashley, Frank M., Brooklyn, N. Y. Inkstand set. 
2.058.203 ; Oct. 20. 

Ashley, John W., Beverly, Mass., assignor to United Shoe 
Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Nailing ma- 
chine. 2,033,221 ; Mar. 10. 

Ashley, Sterling F. (See Drenning, P. R.. Ashley, and 
Casey.) 

Ashlock, Ernest H., assignor of one-half to P. B. Croucher, 
San Diego, (Dalif. Navigation instrument. 2,051,810 ; 
Aug. 25. 

Ashmore, Leon H.. Collingswood, assignor to The Ester- 
brook Steel Pen Manufacturing Co., Camden, N. J. Pen 
and making the same. 2,037,699 ; Apr. 21. 

Ashmun, Harry S. (See Clabby, M. J., and Ashmun.) 

Ashton, Charles E., Stockton, Calif. Streamer line rail. 
2,028,750 : .Tan. 28. 

Ashton, Philip B., assignor to The Cuno Engineering Cor- 
poration, Meriden, Conn. Cigar lighter. 2,060,783 ; 
Nov. 17. 

Ashton Valve Company, The. (See Baker, Harry S., as- 
signor.) 

Ashton, Ward, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Identification 
tag. 2,060.921 : Nov. 17. 

Ashton, William H. (See Chambers, Leslie A., assignor.) 

Ashworth, Fred, Wenham, Mass., assignor to United Shoe 
Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Shoe sewing 
machine. 2.043.219 : June 9. 

Ashworth, Harry E. (See Lazich, B., and Ashworth.) 

Ashworth. John, Albany, N. Y. Oil level indicator. 
2.043.877 : June 9. 

Askania-Werke A. G. vormals Central Werkstatt Dessau 
und Carl Bamberg-Friedenau. (See Wiinsch, Guido, as- 
signor.) 

Askanla-Werke A. G. vormals Central Werkstatt Dessau 
und Carl Bamberg-Friedenau. (See Wiinsch, G., and 
Humby. assignors.) 

Askania-Werke A. G. vormals Central Werkstatt Dessau 
und Carl Bamberg-Friedenau. (See Wiinsch, G., and 
Ziebolz. assignors.) 

Askania-Werke Aktiengesellschaft. (See Wiinsch, Guldo, 
assignor.) 



Aske, Charles B., Jr., Detroit, Mich. Steam generating 
unit. 2,047,848 ; July 14. 

Aske, Irving E., Muskegon, assignor to Campbell Wyant 
and Cannon Foundry Company, Muskegon Heights, Mich. 
Internal combustion engine. 2.040,915 ; May 19. 

Askin, Joseph, assi.gnor to Pedders Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Inc., Buffalo, N. Y. Beverage cooling device. 
2,027,665 ; Jan. 14. 

Askin, Joseph, assignor to Pedders Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Inc., Buffalo, N. Y. Heat interchanger. 
2.034,553 ; Mar. 17. 

Askin, Joseph, assignor to Pedders Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Inc., Buffalo, N. Y. Refrifferated beverage dis- 
pensing apparatus. 2,042,418 ; Ma> 26. 

Askin, Joseph, assignor to Pedders Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Inc., Buffalo, N. Y. Room cooler. 2,042,420 ; 
May 26. 

Askin, Joseph, assignor to Fedders Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Inc., Buffalo, N. Y. Refrigeration apparatus. 
2,054,404; Sept. 15. 

Askin, Joseph, assignor to Fedders Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Inc., Buffalo, N. Y. Refrigerant control device. 
2,062,857; Dec. 1. 

Askin, Joseph, assignor to Fedders Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Inc., Buffalo, N. Y. Making refrigerating appa- 
ratus. 2,064,141; Dec. 15. 

Askin, Joseph, and J. D. Lear, assignors to Pedders Man- 
ufacturing Company, Inc., Buffalo, N. Y. Refriger- 
ation apparatus. 2,036,979 ; Apr. 7. 

Askin, Joseph, and J. D. Lear, assignors to Fedders Manu- 
facturing Company, Inc., Buffalo, N. Y. Oil return de- 
vice for flooded evaporators. 2.042,419 ; May 26. 

Asmussen, August J., and T. G. Paolillo, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Apparatus for continuously wrapping ice cream or other 
products. 2.049,756 ; Aug. 4. 

Asmussen, Peter, Seattle, Wash. Scale mechanism. 
2,051,811 ; Aug. 25. 

Asnes, Benjamin, Quincy, assignor to Dennison Manufac- 
turing Company, Pramingham, Mass. Paper product 
and method of making. 2,046,763 ; July 7. 

Aspen, Alfred W. (See Buck, H. G., and Aspen.) 

Asper, John, Hazleton, and H. E. Fisher, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Adjustable suspension means. 2,056.933 ; Oct. 13. 

Aspinall, Donald A.. Twickenham, Errj-land. Hand or 
treadle operated printing press. 2,065.258 : Dec. 22. 

Asplnook Company, The. (See* Borghetty, Hector C, as- 
signor.) 

Aspfund, Arne J. A., assignor to Aktiebolaget Defibrator, 
Stockholm, Sweden. Treatment of fibrous material. 
2,047,170 ; July 14. 

Asplund, August, San Francisco, Calif. Dispensing device. 
2.053,809 ; Sept. 8. 

Asquith, Kenneth G., assignor to J. W. Elsworth, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. Overhead door. 2,054,735 ; Sept. 15. 

Assael & Arbib, Incorporated. (See Frohlich, Irving, as- 
signor.) 

Assala, Anthony, Des Moines, Iowa. Propeller. 2.058,122 ; 
Oct. 20. 

Assel, Walter J., assignor to The Timken Roller Bearing 
Compan.v, Canton, Ohio. Rolling tubes and rods. 
2,060,767 ; Nov. 10. 

Assel, Walter J., assignor to The Timken Roller Bearing 
Company, Canton. Ohio. Tube mill. 2.060,768 ; Nov. 10. 

Associated Attleboro Manufacturers, Inc. (See Blackin- 
ton, Amos S., assignor.) 

Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Crocker, 
Thomas P., assignor.) 

Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Erickson, 
Charles J., assignor.) 

Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Evers, Harry 
G., assignor.) 

Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. ( See Gohorel, Fer- 
nand P., assignor.") 

Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See GrandstafC, 
Otho D., assignor.) 

Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Hershey, 
Harry E., assignor.) 

Associated Electric Laboratories, Incorporated. (See 
Hershey, H. E., and Belliveau, assignors.) 

Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Homer, Wil- 
liam .!., assi.gnor.) 

Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Lesh, Laurence 
J., assignor.) 

Associated Electric Lahoratories, Inc. (See Levy, Oscar 
S., assignor.) 

Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Levy, O. C, 
and Lomax, assignors.) 

Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Lomax, Clar- 
ence E., assignor.) 

Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See McCarthy, 
Daniel .7.. assignor.) 

Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Miller, Merton 
R., assignor.) 

Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Nelson, Mar- 
tin L., assignor.) 

Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Obergfell, 
Herbert P., assignor.) 

Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Obergfell. H. 
P., and Peterson, assignors.) 

Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Peterson, 
Edward S.. assignor.) 

Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Peterson, 
Seth, assignor.) 

Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Pye, Harold 
C, assignor.) 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1936 



AssociatftU Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Remington, 
Charles, assignor.) 

Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Richardson, 
R. G., and Kellaniy, assignors.) 

Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Riebe, T. C, 
Lomax, and Obergfoll assignors.) 

Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Robinson, 
H. C, and Bellamy, assignors.) 

Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Sengebusch, 
Hans, assignor.) 

Associated Electric Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Voss, 
John I-I., assignor.) 

Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Wagner, 
Ralph W., assignor.) 

Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Wicks, John, 
assignor.) 

Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Woodruff, 
Albert E., assignor.) 

Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc., et al. (See Wood- 
ruff. L. E., and Nelson, assignors.) 

Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Wyant, Le- 
roy, assignor.) 

Associated inventions. Inc. (See Kern, William H., as- 
signor.) 

Associated Oil Company. (See Lazar, A., and Evans, as- 
signors.) 

Associated Oil Company. (See Stark, D. D., and Edwards, 
assignors.) 

Associated Patentees, Inc. (See Bnrton, Ahvyn E., as- 
signor. ) 

Associated Patents, Inc. (See De Vlieg, Charles B., as- 
signor.) 

Associated Patents, Inc. (See De Vlieg, C. B., and Lund- 
berg, assignors.) 

Associated Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Burns, G. A., and Gunning, assignors.) 

Associated Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Sax- 
by, Robert N., assignor.) 

Associated Telephone Utilities Company. (See Collins, 
R. D., and Crane, assignors.) 

Associated Telephone Utilities Company. (See Collins, 
R. D., Held, and Bourne, assignors.) 

Astima, Eug6ne, Paris, France. Shadow producing screen 
for luminous projections and other applications and its 
manufacture. 2,053,173 ; Sept. 1. 

Astro Research Laboratories, Inc. (See Ostromislensky, 
Iwan, assignor.) 

Astrov, Dimitrij. (See Dmitrevskij, P., and Astrov.) 

Astrup Company, The. (See Heiser, Henry C, assignor.) 

Atchinson, Walter B., assignor to Tlie Chapman Valve 
Manufacturing Company, Indian Orchard. Mass. Valve 
operating mecnanism. 2,027,363 ; Jan. 14. 

Atchison, Leonard W., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to 
General Electric Company. Refrigerating system. 
2,030,676; Feb. 11. 

Atchison, Leonard W., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to 
General Electric Company. Refrigerator. 2,031,450 ; 
Feb. IS. 

Atchison, Leonard W., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Flooded evaporator. 2,042,493 ; 
June 2. 

Atchison. Leonard W., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to 
General Electric Company. Evaporator for refriger- 
ating machines. 2,043,917 ; June 9. 

Atchison, Leonard W., Schenectady. N. Y., assignor to 
General Electric Company. Refrigerating machine. 
2,059,840 : Nov. 8. 

Atchison, Leonard W., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to 
Genera] Electric Company. Refrigerator evaporator. 
2.060,653; Nov. 10. 

Atchison Revolving Door Co., The. (See Luke, Leo C, 
assignor.) 

Atchison Revolving Door Co., The. (See Uhrich, Burns 
H., assignor.) 

Ateliers de Constructions Electriques de Delle. (See 
Clerc, Andr§, assignor.) 

Athens, Donald A. (See Welk. N. S., and Athens.) 

Atherholt, Gordon M., Mt. Lebanon, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Gulf Oil Corporation. Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Making aluminum chloride. 2,048,987 ; July 28. 

Atherton, George R., Scarsdale, assignor to American Ra- 
diator Company, New York. N. Y. Ventilating and air 
treating apparatus. 2,050,824 ; Aug. 11. 

Athey Truss Wheel Co. (See Kuchar, Joseph, assignor.) 

Athill, Leslie C. H., Golders Green, London, England. 
Electrical heating apparatus. 2,041,631 ; May 19. 

Atienza, Mauricio P., Brooklyn, N. Y. Radio antenna de- 
vice. 2,064,585 ; Dee. 15. 

Atkins, E. C, and Company. (See Gommel, Dewey E., 
assignor.) 

Atkins, E. C, and Company. (See Hoppe, Arnold F., 
assignor.) 

Atkins, George E., Glen Ridge, N. J., assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Mounting for acoustic devices. 2,036,010 ; Mar. 31. 

Atkins, Stuart A., Wostfleld, N. J., assignor, bv mesne 
assignments, to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Companv, 
Wilmington, Del. Coated textile material. 2,031,629 ; 
Feb. 25. 

Atkinson, Arius. assignor of one-fourth to J. E. Berry, 
Stillwater, Okla. Antifreezlng device. 2,062,246 ; Nov. 
24. 

Atkinson, Ernest, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Inset tap. 
2,027,011 ; Jan. 7. 



Atkinson, Haserick & Co. (See Howard, Norman, as- 
signor.) 

Atkinson, James S., London, England. Heat treatment 
of metal sheets. 2,040,724 ; May 12. 

Atkinson, Jerome T., Winnetka, 111. Lamp harp. 
2,048,988 ; July 28. 

Atkinson, Joliu I., San Gabriel, Calif. Hothouse. 
2,046.000 ; July 7. 

Atkinson, John I., San Gabriel, Calif. Hothouse. 
2,046,601 ; July 7. 

Atkinson, Ralph L., Dorchester, assignor to Arthur D. 
Little, Incorporated, Cambridge, Mass. Process and 
apparatus for treating sausage casings. 2,030,843 ; 
Feb. 18. 

Atkinson, Ralph W., Perth Amboy, N. J., assignor to 
General Cable Corporation, New York, N. Y. Cable. 
2.050,990 ; Aug. 11. 

Atkinson, Ralph W., Perth Amboy, N. J., assignor to 
General Cable Corporation. New York, N. Y. Cable and 
method of making. 2,050,991 ; Aug. 11. 

Atkinson, Ralph W., Perth Amboy, and A. M. Hagen, 
Woodbridge, N. J., assignors to General Cable Corpora- 
tion, New York, N. Y. Electrical installation. 2,042,421 ; 
May 26. 

Atkinson. Ray E., Fowler, Ind. Breaking plow. 
2,028,819 ; Jan. 28. 

Atlanta Harness and Reed Manufacturing Company. (See 
Floyd, Samuel R., assignor.) 

Atlantic Pipe Line Company. (See Howe, R. W., Love, 
and Wood, assignors.) 

Atlantic Refining Company, The. (See Birkhimer, Edwin 
R., assignor.) 

Atlantic Refining Company, The. (See Boyd, James H., 
Jr., assignor.) 

Atlantic Refining Company, The. (See Ferris, Seymour 
W., assignor.) 

Atlantic Refining Company, The. (See Funsten, Stanard 
R., assignor.) 

Atlantic Refining Company, The. (See Geniesse, J. C, 
and Reuter, assignors.) 

Atlantic Refining Company, The. (See Henderson, Law- 
rence M., assignor.) 

Atlantic Refining Company, The. (See Kurtz, Stewart S., 
Jr., assignor.) 

Atlantic Refining Company, The. (See Malisoff, William 
M., assignor.) 

Atlantic Refining Company, The. (See MalisofE, W. M., and 
Hess, assignors.) 

Atlantic Refining Company, The. (See Munton, J. D., and 
W. Reeves, assignors.) 

Atlantic Refining Company, The. (See Oberseider, J. L., 
and Robison, assignors.) 

Atlantic Refining Company, The. (See Peterkin, Albert 
G., .Jr., assignor.) 

Atlantic Refining Company, The. (See Rose, Henry J., 
assignor.) 

Atlantic Refining Company, The. (See Weir, Horace M., 
assignor.) 

Atlantic Service Company. (See Laemmel, Charles A., 
assignor.) 

Atlantic Service Company. (See Schaefer, Adolph O., as- 
signor.) 

Atlantic Steel Company. (See Lowndes, Richard H., 
assignor.) 

Atlas Ago Chemische Fabrik Aktiengesellschaft. (See 
Locker, Gustav, assignor.) 

Atlas Brewing Company. (See Forster, William F., as- 
signor.) 

Atlas Floor Surfacing Machinery Corp. (See Okun, 
Nathaniel N., assignor.) 

Atlas Mineral Products Company, The. (See Gates, Ed- 
win B., assignor.) 

Atlas Plywood Corporation. (See MuUer, Robert A., as- 
signor.) 

Atlas Powder Company. (See Brandt, Millard, assignor.) 

Atlas Powder Company. (See Brown, Kenneth R., as- 
signor.) 

Atlas Powder Company. (See Huyett, DanieJ D., assignor.) 

Atlas Powder Company. (See Power, James T.. assignor.) 

Atlas Revolving Door Corporation. (See Szelle, Charles, 
as.signor. ) 

Atlas Track Corporation. (See Patarsini, Medio A., as- 
signor.) 

Atlas Valve Company. (See Davis, Verner F., assignor.) 

Atlas Zylonite Corp. (See Fishman, Samuel, assignor.) 

Atmosplieric Nitrogen Corporation. (See Brown, Ralph 
L., assignor.) 

Atmospheric Nitrogen Corporation. (See Crittenden, 
Eugene D., assignor.) 

Atmospheric Nitrogen Corporation. (See Datin, Richard 
C, assignor.) 

Atmospheric Nitrogen Corporation. (See Do Rewal, 
Frank J., assignor.) 

Atmospheric Nitrogen Corporation. (See Hanson, Leon- 
ard C, assignor.) 

Atmospheric Nitrogen Corporation. (See Kniskern, 
Walter H., assignor.) 

Atmospheric Nitrogen Corporation. (See Kniskern, W. H., 
and Lawrence, assignors.) 

Atmospheric Nitrogen Corporation. (See Kniskern, W., 
H., and Rohner. assignors.) 

Atmospheric Nitrogen Corporation. (See Lawrence, C. K., 
and Beekhuis. assignors.) 

Atmospheric Nitrogen Corporation. (See Lawrence, C. K., 
and Harvey, assignors.) 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



41 



Atmospheric Nitrogen Corporation. (See O'Leary, John 

J., assignor.) 
Atmosplieric Nitrogen Corporation. (See Porter, Prank, 

assignor.) 
Atmosplieric Nitrogen Corporation. (See Rowland, Wal- 
ter, assignor.) 
Atmospheric Nitiogen Corporation. (See Weston, Charles 

F., assignor.) 
Atteslander, Edonard. assignor to Sulzer Frferes Societe 

Anonyme, Winterthur, Switzerland. Scavenging system. 

i;,0o4,9(;3 ; Sept. 22. 
Atti. Raphael, Union City, N. J. Grinding machine. 

2,030,850; Feb, 18. 
Atti, Raphael, Union City, N. J. Automobile direction 

indicator. 2,047,541 ; July 14. 
Atti. Raphael, Union City, N. J. Mold cutting machine. 

2,058.395; Oct. 27. 
Attick. Purdy E., and J. J. Bosshard, Chicago, assignors 

to Brasco Mnnufacturinsr Company, Harvey, 111. Store 

front construction. 2.027.081 ; Jan. 7. 
Atticks. Harry J., Mechanlcsburg, Pa. Timing apparatus. 

2.059.925 ; Nov. 3. 
Attwood, Norman H., R. P. Munch, W. O. Lickert, and 

T. A. Baughman, Omaha, Nebr. Splint. 2,060,001 ; 

Nov. 10. 

Attwood, Stanley H., New Maiden, England. Filter for 
liquids. 2,032,828 ; Mar. 3. 

Attwood, Stanley H., Wolverhampton, assignor to Simms 
Motor Units Limited, London, England. Valve operat- 
ins mechanism for Internal combustion engines. 
2.030,844 ; Feb. 18. 

Atwater Kent Manufacturing Company. (See MacLaren, 
George I., assignor.) 

Atwater Kent Manufacturing Company. (See McLaugh- 
lin, Kenneth M.. assignor.) 

Atwater Kent Manufacturing Company. (See Tuska, 
Clarence D., assignor.) 

Atwater Kent Manufacturing Company. (See WoU, Charles 
P.. assignor.) 

Atwell, Harold V. fSee Sullivan. P. H., and Atwell.) 

Atwell, Harold V., White Plains, N. Y., assignor to The 
Gray Processes Corporation, Newark, N. J. Treatment 
of cracked hydrocarbon distillates. 2,042,448 ; June 2. 

Atwell, Harold V., White Plains. N. Y., assignor to Gasoline 
Products Company, Inc.. Newa7k, N. J. Coking hydro- 
carbon liquids. 2.044.416; June 16. 

Atwell, Harold V., White Plains, N. Y., assignor to Gasoline 
Products Company, Inc., Newark, N. J. Treating hydro- 
carbon oil. 2,053,213; Sept. 1. 

Atwell. Harold V.. White Plains, N. Y., assignor to Gaso- 
line Products Company, Inc., Newark, N. J. Coking 
hydrocarbon liquids. 2,062,254 ; Nov. 24. 

Atwell, Plarold V., White Plains, N. Y., assignor to Gas- 
oline Products Company, Inc., Newark, N. J. (Iloking 
liquid hydrocarbons. 2,064,715 ; Dec. 15. 

Atwood, Edward P., assignor to Durkee-Atwood Company, 
Minneapolis, Minn. Floor covering. 2,057,873 ; Oct. 20. 

Atwood, Francis C, Newton, Mass. Producing mica prod- 
ucts. 2,027,082 ; Jan. 7. 

Atwood, Harry N., South Lyndeboro, N. H. Cellular bot- 
tom construction for the boat bodies of hydroairplanes. 
2,029,047 ; Jan. 28. 

Atwood, Harry N.. South Lyndeboro, N. H. Tubular struc- 
tural unit and making the same. 2.029,048 ; Jan. 28. 

Atwood, Harry N., South Lyndeboro, N. H. Built-up cellu- 
lar structure and making the same. 2,029,049 ; .Tan. 28. 

Atwood. Harry N., South Lyndeboro. N. H. Honeycomb 
construction for aircraft. 2.029,213 ; Jan. 28. 

Atwood, Harry N., South Lyndeboro. N. H. Honeycomb 
wing construction for airplanes. 2.029.214 : Jan. 28. 

Atwood, Harry N., South Lyndeboro. N. H. Cellular con- 
struction for fiircrat't pontoons. 2,029,215 ; Jan. 28. 

Atwood, Lee M., Ridgefleld, N. J. Engine piston. 
2.038,404 ; Apr. 21. 

Atwood Machine Company, The. (See Rowe, Irving E., 
assignor.) 

Atwood, Rawson, assignor to Decorated Metal Manufactur- 
ing Company, Brooklyn, N. Y. Ribbon spool. 
2,065,299 ; Dec. 22. 

Atwood Vacuum Machine Company, The. (See Johnson, 
George H., assignor.) 

Atwood Vacuum Machine Company, The. (See Lustig, 
Walter R.. assignor.) 

Atwood. Winfield A., Lansdowne, Pa., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Circuit breaker. 2,047,815.- July 
14. 

Atwood, Winfield A., Yeadon, Pa., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Circuit breaker. 2,047,816 ; July 
14. 

Atwood, Winfield A., Yeadon, Pa., a.^signor to General 
Electric Company. Circuit breaker. 2,053,934 ; 
Sept. 8. 

Aubert, Herm^n^silde. St. Adele, Quebec, Canada. Ski 
clamp. 2.042.086 ; May 26. 

Aubert, Pierre F. M., Paris, Prance, assignor to The Ni- 
tralloy Corporation. Steel die block. 2,033,915 ; Mar. 
17. 

Aubert. Roger. (See Villera. R.. and Aubert.) 

Aubert, Roger, assignor to Volets et Portes Equilibria 
Soci6t4 Anonyme, Brussels, Belgium. Grille or guard 
for bays of windows or doors. 2.032.461 : Mar, 3. 

Aubort, Edouard, assignor to Aktiengesellschaft Brown, 
Boveri & Cie,, Baden, Switzerland. Noise suppression 
system for telephone lines. 2,046,050 ; June 30. 

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Aubrey, Richard, J. (See Enrich, R. H., and Aubrey as- 
signors, ) 

Auburn Foundry Inc. (See Pitch, Plurshel H., assignor.) 

Auburn Leather Goods Company, The. (See Mittelman, 
Reuben, assignor.) 

Audain, Raoul, assignor of one-fifth to W. B. Hampton, 
Washington, D. C. Electrical heater. 2,046,233 ; June 
30. 

Auden, Harold A., Banstead, and H. P. Staudinger, Epsom, 
England, assignors to Ernst Berl, Pittsburgh, Pa. Cel- 
lulose ester composition. 2,040,971 : May 19. 

Audette, Joseph, Burlington, Vt. Deposit eliminator. 
2,040,069 ; May 12. 

Auditone Company. (See Kiel, John R., assignor.) 

Audubon Wire Cloth Corporation. (See Guba, Raymond 
.1., assignor.) 

Auer, Francis A., Napa, Calif. Cleaning appliance. 
2,033,670 ; Mar. 10. 

Auer, Gaylord R., Baltimore, Md. Lacrosse racket. 
2.089,138 : Apr. 28. 

Aufiero, John M., assignor to E. A. Laboratories, Inc., 
Brooklyn, N. Y. Heater. 2,032,786 ; Mar. 3. 

Augenstein, Karl C, Cranston, assignor to Speidel Cor- 
poration, Providence, R. I. Bracelet structure. 
2,055,328 ; Sept. 22. 

Aughtry, Robert C, Haskell, Tex. Adjustable fastener 
tor wreath frames and easels. 2,035,288 ; Mar. 24. 

Augustus-Carpenter Company, The. (See Carpenter, Er- 
nest S., assignor.) 

Aul, Rudolph J., Hammond, Ind. Bottle breaker. 
2.047.932 ; Julv 21. 

AuU, Jerome J., assignor to The Lunkenheimer Company, 
Cincinnati, Ohio. Valve. 2,051,124 ; Aug. 18. 

Aulsbrook, Harry E., Detroit, Mich. Furniture. 2,064,968 ; 
Dec. 22. 

Ault & Wiborg, Corporation. (See Bragdon, Charles R., 
assignor.) 

Aumer, August, Buffalo, N. Y. Cable terminal. 2,040,817 ; 
May 19. 

Au-Miller, Cleve M., Mifflinburg, Pa. Uni-tension drum. 
2,051,671; Aug. 18. 

Au-Miller, Cleve M., Mifflinburg, Pa, Unitensioned drum. 
2,061,244 ; Nov. 17. 

Aust, Joseph B., assignor to The Carborundum Company, 
Niagara Falls, N. Y. Granular coated article and mak- 
ing the same. 2,050,992 ; Aug. 11. 

Auster, Louis and M., said Louis Auster assignor to 
said Marie Auster, New York, N. Y. Glove for per- 
sonal wear. 2,056,555 ; Oct. 6. 

Auster, Marie. (See Auster, Louis and M.) 

Austermiihle, Wilhelm, Bremen, assignor to Dortmund- 
Hoerder Hiittenverein Aktiengesellschaft, Dortmund, 
Germany. Pile. 2,063,142 ; Dec. 8. 

Austin, Arthur O., near Barberton, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to The Ohio Brass Company, Mansfield, 
Ohio. Insulation for electrical apparatus. 2,048,047 ; 
July 21. 

Austin, Arthur O, near Barberton, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to The Ohio Brass Company, Mansfield, 
Ohio. Clamp. 2,058,549 ; Oct. 27. 

Austin, Arthur 0., near Barberton, Ohio. Compensated 
trunnion type clamp. 2,062,283 ; Dec. 1. 

Austin, Bascum O. (See Brooks, R. R., Willby, and 
Austin. ) 

Austin, Bascum O., Forest Hills, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pittsburgh, 
Pa. Electric switch. 2,060,481 ; Nov. 10. 

Austin, Chester L. (See Austin, Harry C, assignor.) 

Austin, Clyde B., Los Angeles, Calif. Focusing and find- 
ing attachment for cameras. 2,040,422 ; May 12. 

Austin, Dwight E,, assignor to General Motors Truck 
Corporation, Pontiac, Mich. Baggage door lock. 
2,053,547 ; Sept. 8. 

Austin, Edward. (See Crosley, P., and Austin.) 

Austin, Ellsworth W., assignor to La Plant-Choate Manu- 
facturing Company, Incorporated, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 
Pump. 2,046,103 : June 30. 

Austin, Ellsworth W., assignor to La Plant-Choate Manu- 
facturing Company, Incorporated, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 
Earth moving device. 2,051,283 ; Aug. 18. 

Austin, Frederick D., Port Chester. N. Y. Electric cir- 
cuit control apparatus. 2.056,760; Oct. 6. 

Austin. Fuller A., Lincoln, Nebr. Sign. 2,045,378 ; June 
23. 

Austin, Fuller A., Lincoln, Nebr. Sign and sign frame. 
2,064,240 ; Dec. 15. 

Austin, Harry C, assignor to C. L. Austin, Kansas City, 
Mo. Exhaust silencer for internal combustion engines. 
2.031,451 ; Feb. IS. 

Austin, Herbert, Bromsgrove, England. Change speed 
gear. 2,039,288 ; May 5. 

Austin, John B.. Cleveland Heisrhts, and G. E. Durham, 
Shaker Heights, assignors to Una Welding, Incorporat- 
ed, East Cleveland, Ohio. Welding rod. 2,048,174 ; 
July 21. 

Austin, John H., assignor of fifty one-hundredths to P. J. 
Sullowav, Concord, N, H. Roll heater and steamer. 
2.053,935 ; Sept. 8. 

Austin, John T., Hartford, Conn. Elevator. 2,052,690; 
Sept. 1. 

Austin, Miner M., Waukegan, assignor to Fansteel Metal- 
lurgical Corporation. Chicago, 111. Alloys and making 
the samp, 2,046,995 ; July 7. 

Austin, Oliver V.. Hattiesburg, Miss. Fertilizer produc- 
tion from sewage. 2,029,648 ; Feb. 4. 



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Austin, Osias, Brooklyn, N. T. Apparatus for decorating 
objects. 2,030,042; Feb. 11. „ ^ 

Austin, Paul K., and E. W. Bousquet, assignors to E. I. 
du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. 
Chlorination of phthalide and furtlier treatment of the 
chlorination product. 2,047,946 ; July 21. 
Austin, Reed S., assignor to C. M. Stroud, Minneapolis, 

Minn. Control mechanism. 2,045,821 ; June 30. 
Austin, Walter M., rittsburf;li, Pa. H riction shock absorb- 
ing mechanism. 2,027,623 ; Jan. 14. 
Austin, Walter M., Pittsburgh, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pittsburgh, 
Pa. Circuit breaker. 2,027,219 ; Jan. 7. 
Austin, Walter S., Grand Rapids, Mich. Axle driving con- 
struction. 2,031,584 ; Feb. 25. „ , 
Austin, William E., New York, N. Y., assignor to Bank 
of The Manhattan Company. Alkyl resorcmols. 
2,030,423 ; Feb. 11. 
Austin, William E., New York, N. Y., assignor to Bank 
of The Manhattan Company. Alkyl chloro-resorcinols. 
2,060,654; Nov. 10. , ^,. .. ^ 
Austin. William W., et al. (See Tiedemann, Clinton C, 

assignor.) 
Austin, Willis W., Yoder, Wyo. Agricultural implement. 

2,046,234 ; June 30. „ , 

Austro-Daimler-Puchwerke A. G. (See Hacker, Oskar, 

assignor.) 
Autem, Fred, assignor to Textile Machine Works, Wyomis- 
sing. Pa. Yarn tensioning device for knitting machines. 
2,037,750; Apr. 21. 
Auten, Claude I., North Lima, assignor to Truscon Steel 
Company, Youngstown, Ohio. Window structure. 
2,050,033; Aug. 4. 
Auth, Charles, New York, N. Y. Paging system. 

2.032.037 ; Feb. 25. 
Auth, Charles, New York, N. Y. Electric signal receptacle 

and plug. 2,032,038 ; Feb. 25. 
Auth, Charles, New York, N. Y. Electrical connecter. 

2 052 272 ' Aug. 25. 
Aut'hler! Louis J., assignor to Burroughs Adding Machine 
Company, Detroit, Mich. Transfer mechanism. 
2,055,023 ; Sept. 22. 
Auto Research Corporation. (See Bijur. Joseph, assignor.) 
Autocall Company, The. (See Smith, Boyd H., assignor.; 
Autocar Company, The. (See Bachman, Benjamin B., 

assignor.) 
Autogiro Company of America. (See De la Cierva, Juan, 

assignor.) 
Autogiro Company of America. (See Pecker, Joseph S., 

assignor.) 
Autographic Register Company. (See Borchers, William 

6., assignor.) 
Autographic Register Company. (See Brenn, Carl W., as- 
signor.) 
Autographic Register Company. (See Rohn, John E., as- 
signor.) 
Auto Headlight Signal Company. (See MofCat. Walter 

A., assignor.) 
Automatic Burner Corporation. (See Schroeder, O. C, 

and Perry, assignor.) 
Automatic Cfanning Devices, Inc. (See Gorsline, Samuel 

G., assignor.) 
Automatic Cone Valve Company, The. (See Goldberg, 

D. D., and Kligman, assignors.) 
Automatic Drive & Transmission Company. (See Lewis, 

Robert P., assignor.) 
Automatic Electric Company. (See Ostline, John E., as- 
signor. ) 
Automatic Electric Company Limited. (See Belas, F. T., 

and McClew, assignors.) 
Automatic Electric Heater Company. (See Clark, Gordon 

H. and W. F., assignors.) 
Automatic File & Index Company. (See Beeler, Donald A., 

assignor.) 
Automatic Fire Alarm System, Inc. (See Gilbane, Frank 

J., assignor.) 
Automatic Machine Manufacturing Company. (See 

Shearer, Harry T., assignor.) 
Automatic Motor Stop and Start, Inc. (See Good, John, 

assignor.) 
Automatic Musical Instrument Company, The. (See Olson, 

Phillip W., assignor.) 
Automatic Musical Instrument Company. (See Yeider, 

Harry A., assignor.) 
Automatic Products Corporation. (See Wetzel, Theodore 

A., assignor.) 
Automatic Reclosing Circuit Breaker Company, The. (See 

Raney, Estel C, assignor.) 
Automatic Refrigerator Corporation. (See Curless, James 

M., assignor.) 
Automatic Rotary Transmission Co. (See Cotanch, Earl 

E., assignor.) 
Automatic Shifters, Inc. (See Hill, E. G., and Hey, as- 
signors.) 
Automatic Sprinkler Company of America. (See Lowe, 

Ernest A., assignor.) 
Automatic Sprinkler Company of America. (See Lowe, 

E. A., and Hamilton, assignors.) 
Automatic Temperature Control Co. (See Wilhjelm. 

Christian, assignor.) 
Automatic Transmission Company. (See Lyman, Ken- 
neth E., assignor.) 
Automatic Transmission Engineering Company, The. (See 
Hittell, John L., assignor.) 



Automatic Unit Corporation. (See Elliott, Bernard S., 
assignor.) 

Automatic Voting Machine Corporation. (See Longoria. 
Antonio, assignor.) 

Automobile Ventilation, Inc. (See Ball, Albert P., as- 
signor.) 

Automobile Ventilation, Inc. (See Crowell, William D., 
assignor.) 

Automoliile Ventilation, Inc. (See Floraday, Burton S., 
assignor.) 

Automobile Ventilation, Inc. (See Housdorfer, George W., 

assignor.) 
Automobile Ventilation, Inc. (See Miller, Dorr, assignor.) 
Automobile Ventilation, Inc. (See Roethel, John H., as- 
signor.) 
Auto-Mold, Inc. (See Burke, James P., assignor.) 
Automotion Pictures, Inc. (See Streyckmans, Hector J., 
assignor.) 

Automotive Devices Corporation. (See Farrell, Joseph 
E., assignor.) 

Automotive Engineering Company, Limited, The. (See 
Hewitt, Herbert S., assignor.) 

Automotive Maintenance Machinery Co. (See Wishart, 
William W., assignor.) 

Automotive Maintenance Machinery Co. (See Zimmer- 
man, Herman W., assignor.) 

Automotive Products Company. (See Brown, Francis V., 
assignor.) 

Automotive Products Company Limited. (See Bough ton, 
K. B.. and Van Vestraut, assignors.) 

Automotive Products Company Limited. (See Clench, 
Edward C. S., assignor.) 

Automotive Products Company Limited. (See Kruse, 
Mads, assignor.) 

Automotive Products Company Limited, et al. (See La- 
guidara, Rocco, assignor.) 

Auto-Ordnance Corporation. (See Norman, George, as- 
signor.) 

Autopoint Company. (See Deli, Frank C, assignor.) 

Autoposts Company Inc. (See Condon, Edward T., as- 
signor. ) 

Auto Radiator Manufacturing Co. (See Kirsch, Benjamin, 
assignor.) 

Auto Research Corporation. (See Bell, William D., as- 
signor.) 

Auto Research Corporation. (See Bijur, Joseph, as- 
signor.) 

Auto Research Corporation. (See Kocher, Edward H., 
assignor.) 

Auto Union A. G. (See Basmussen, Jiirgen S.. assignor.) 

Auto Vehicle Parts Company. (See Rennekamp, Clarence 
J., assignor.) 

Auto-Wheel Coaster Company. (See Klatt, Rudolph A., as- 
signor.) 

Autoyre Company, The. (See Lewis, Arthur J., assignor.) 

Autoyre Company. The. (See Mosgrove, Charles A., as- 
signor.) 

Autumtints Brick Machinery Corporation. (See Bailey, H. 
H., and Gill, assignors.) 

Avallone, Anthony. (See Weiss, G., and Avallone.) 

Avedibian, Souren Z., New York, N. Y. Bleaching agent 
and making same. 2.049,888 ; Aug. 4. 

Avols, Albert E., Indianapolis, Ind., assignor to General 
Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Doorlock. 
2,030.677 : Feb. 11. 

Averill, Georgene, New York, N. Y. Exercising apparatus. 
2,048,587 ; July 21. 

Avery, Alfred H., Maiden, Mass., assignor to North Amer- 
ican Holding Corporation, Syracuse, N. Y. Calipering 
device. 2,055,274; Sept. 22. 

Avery, Alfred H., Maiden, Mass., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, of one-half to North American Holding Cor- 
poration and one-half to Parshad Holding Corporation, 
Syracuse, N. Y. Marking machine. 2,065,497 ; Dec. 
29. 

Avery, B. F., & Sons Company. (See Ray, Charles T., 

assignor.) 
Avery, Harold T., Oakland, Calif., assignor to Marchant 

Calculating Machine Company. Calculating machine. 

2.033.087 ; Mar. 3. 

Avery, Harold T., Oakland, Calif., assignor to Marchant 
Calculating Machine Company. Calculating machine. 

2.033.088 ; Mar. 3. 

Avery, Harold T., and G. Lerch, Oakland, Calif., as- 
signors to Marchant Calculating Machine Company. 
Calculating machine. 2,044,978 ; June 23. 

Avery, Harold T., Oakland, Calif., assignor to Marchant 
Calculating Machine Company. Calculating machine. 
2,062,634; Dec. 1. 

Avery, Henry A., Groton. assignor to L. C. Smith & Corona 
Typewriters Inc., New York, N. Y. Typewriting ma- 
chine. 2,027,508; Jan. 14. 

Avery, Henry A.. Groton. assignor to L. C. Smith & Corona 
Typewriters Inc., Syracuse, N^ Y. Typewriting ma- 
chine. 2,027.509 : .Tan. 14. 

Avery, Hugh B. (See Clayton, R. H., Williams, and 
Avery. ) 

Avery, Robert C. Sunnyside, Long Island, N. Y. Auto- 
matic control for radio receivers. 2,035,255 ; Mar. 24. 

Avery, W. & T., Limited. (See Timson, William, as- 
signor, t 

Avery. William L., Thorley, Bishop's Stortford, England. 
Brake. 2,028,488; Jan. 21. 



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Avery, William L., Thorley, Bistiop's Stortford, England. 
Vehicle wheel. 2,040,389 ; May 12. 

Avery, William L., Thorley, Bishop's Stortford, England. 
Eegulator lor fluid pressure systems. 2,040,590 ; May 
12. 

Aviation Mnnufacturing Corporation. (See Hackethal, 
I'aul i<\, assignor.) 

Avidano, Lucia, et al. (See Dolan, J., and Granata, as- 
signors.) 

Aviie Products. Inc. (See Trafton, Ernest E.. assignor.) 

Avnsoe, Tliorlvild, Bellerose, and E. Posselt, Pelham, as- 
signors to International Cement Corporation, New Yorlj, 
N. Y. Baffled rotary kiln. 2,042,494 ; June 2. 

Awbrey, Samuel C., Kansas City, Mo. Dividing strip. 
2,051,979 : Aug. 25. 

Awbrey, Samuel C, Kansas City, Mo. Cove base dividing 
strip. 2,054,153 ; Sept. 15. 

Awbrey, Samuel C, Kansas City, Mo. Dividing strip an- 
chor. 2,063,654 ; Dec. 8. 

Awbrey, Samuel C, assignor to Floor Accessories Com- 
pany, Inc., Kansas City, Mo. Binding and dividing bar. 
2,060,274 ; Nov. 10. 

Axe, Koy T., Syracuse, N. Y. Window post and guide con- 
struction. 2,057.129 ; Oct. 13. 

Axelos, Jeanne G., Paris, and A. Claude, Nanterre, Prance, 
assignors to Soci^tS Anonyme pour les Applications de 
I'Electricit^ & des Gas Kares Etablissements Claude-Paz 
& Silva. Ultraviolet radiation apparatus. 2,049,099 ; 
July 28. 

Axeltun, Clarence M. (See Biggs, W. J., and Axelton.) 

Axieu, Leo, Altona-Elbe, Germany. Shaving implement. 
2,053,258 ; Sept. 8. 

Ayars, Charles H., assignor to Ayars Machine Company, 
Salem, N. J. Fruit and vegetable washer. 2,039,276; 
May 5. 

Ayars, Charles H., assignor to Ayars Machine Company, 
Salem, N. J. Can filling machine. 2,061,644 ; Nov. 24. 

Ayars Machine Company. (See Ayars, Charles H. 
assignor.) 

Ayer, Albert C, et al. (See Stirrup, Frank A., assignor.) 

Ayer, Robert E., Los Angeles, assignor to Tri-Pak 
Gun Kit, Inc., San Francisco, Calif. Firearm kit. 
2,058,756 ; Oct. 27. 

Ayers, Fred L., Watertown, Mass., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to United Shoe Machinery Corporation, Pat- 
erson, N. J. Shoemaking. 2,048,048 ; July 21. 

Ayers, Fred L., Watertown, Mass. Shoe and making the 
same. 2,065.786 ; Dec. 29. 

Ayers, George W., Jr. (See Hyman, J., and Ayers.) 

Ayers, George W., Jr., Chicago, 111., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Gasoline Antioxidant Company, Wilm- 
ington, Del. Treating hydrocarbon motor fuels and 
products resulting therefrom. 2,039,576 ; May 5. 

Ayers, Samuel H., and C. W. Lang, Brooklyn, assignors, by 
mesne assignments, to The Crown Cork and Seal Com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. Treating milk products and 
resulting products. 2,054,065 ; Sept. 15. 

Ayers, Samuel H., and C. W. Lang, Brookl.vn, assignors, 
by mesne assignments, to The Crown Cork and Seal 
Company, New York, N. Y. Treating food products and 
resulting product. 2,054,066 ; Sept. 15. 

Ayre, Walter H., and G. Edley, Sheffield, England. Towel 
or cloth holder. 2,051,068 ; Aug. 18. 

Ayres, Arthur U., Chestnut Hill, assignor to The Sharpies 
Specialty Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Waste renova- 
tion and oil reclamation system and process. 2,050,080 ; 
Aug. 4. 

Ayres, Eugene, Swarthmore, Pa., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Gulf Oil Corporation, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Manufacture of stabilized motor fuels. 2,048,770 ; 
July 28. 

Ayres, Eugene, Swarthmore, and M. L. Hill, Yeadon, as- 
signors to Gulf Refining Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Stabilizing gum forming petroleum product. 2,027,462 ; 
Jan. 14. 

Ayres, Eugene E., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Gulf Re- 
search & Development Corporation, Wilmington, Del. 
Reducing water flow in oil wells. 2,029,649 ; Feb. 4. 

Ayres, Pennie R., Roanoke, Va. Clock. 2,062,491 ; Dec. 1. 

Ayres, Waldemar, and G. N. Fryer, Blnghamton, assign- 
ors to International Bu.siness Machines Corp., New 
York, N. Y. Sorting machine. 2,056,882 ; Oct. 6. 

Azodal Company, Inc. (See Maximoff, Alexander T., as- 
signor.) 

Azzara, Eugenic A., San Francisco, Calif. Surf fishing 
device. 2.031.83 T ; Feb. 25. 

Azzarello, August E. (See Biazzi, Salvatore, assignor.) 

B. & G. Coin Selectors, Incorporated. (See Gottfried, 
John, assignor.) 

B. G. Corporation. (See McAllister, John E., assignor.) 

B. G. Corporation, The. (See Paulson, George M., as- 
signor.) 

B & K Machinery Corporation. (See Kucklinsky, Frederick 
W., assignor.) 

B & K Machinery Corporation. (See Stagmeier, Arthur 
P., assignor.) 

B. S. A. Tools Limited. (See Ogilvie, William, assignor.) 

B-W Footwear Co. Inc. (See Finberg, D. H., and Gaguon, 
assignors.) 

Baade, William G., Woodland, assignor of one-third to 
C. C. McDonald and one-third to J. A. Murray, Wood- 
land, Calif. Direction signal for vehicles. 2,030,043 ; 
Feb. 11. 

Baas, Edmund J., Rochester, N. Y. Card or price ticket 
holder. 2,042,760 ; June 2. 



Baash, Lawrence F., et al. (See Black, Millard S., as- 
signor.) 

BaasU, Lawrence P., Los Angeles, Calif. Slip. 2,063,361 ; 
Dec. 8. 

Baash, Lawrence P. (See Burns, B., and Wickersham, as- 
signors.) 

Babb, James M. (See Rice, H. D., Jr., and Babb.) 

Babbs, Alfred J., Longsight, Mancliester, England. Floor 
cleaning appliance. 2,043,878 ; June 9. 

Babcock, Dale P., assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemoura 
& Company, Wilmington, Del. Separation of dimethyl 
and trimethylamines by distillation. 2,049,486 ; Aug. 4. 

Babcock, Garrison, Chicago, 111,, assignor to A. H, B. Jor- 
dan, Everett, Wash. Telephone adapter. 2,048,482 ; 
July 21. 

Babcock. George S., and N. P. Beach, assignors to East- 
man Kodak Company, Rochester, N. Y. Wrapping ma- 
terial. 2,036,387 ; Apr. 7. 

Babcock, Guilford C, Jr., Summit, N. J., assignor to 
Stapling Machines Co. Stapling box parts. 2,046,359 ; 
July 7. 

Babcock, Guilford C, Morris Township, Morris County, 

iN. J., assignor to Stapling Machines Co. iiarrel. 

2,048,667; July 28. 
Babcock, Henry H., Oak Park, 111., assignor to The Bishop 

& Babcock Manufacturing Company, Cleveland, Ohio. 

Corrugating metal tubing. 2,048,588 ; Juy 21. 
Babcock, Oliver M., Evanston, 111. Shipping container. 

2,027,804; Jan. 14. 
Babcock, Thurman E., Lansing, Mich. Polishing device. 

2,045,511 ; June 23. 
Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Bailey, Ervin. G., 

assignor.) 

Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Black, J. E., and 

Smith, assignors.) 
Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Collins, Harry R., 

assignor.) 
Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Fletcher, James, 

assignor.) 
Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Hardgrove, Ralph 

M., assignor.) 
Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Harter, Isaac, 

assignor.) 
Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Jacobus, David S., 

assignor.) 
Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Jacobus, D. S., 

and Jones, assignors.) 
Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Kerr, Howard J., 

assignor.) 

Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Kerr, H. J., and 

Savoye, assignors.) 
Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Kohler, Anthony 

M., assignor.) 
Babcock & Wilcox Company. (See Lucke, Charles E, 

assignor.) 
Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Napier, Kenneth, 

assignor.) 
Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Norton, Charles L., 

assignor. ) 
Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Norton, Charlea 

L., Jr., assignor.) 
Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Richardson, R., 

and Bateman, assignors.) 
Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Rummel, John K., 

assignor.) 

Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Shellenberger, 

Rolf. as,<^ignor.) 
Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Smith, Herman B., 

assignor.) 
Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Stillman, Thomas 

B., assignor.) 
Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Trainer, James E., 

assignor.) 
Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Wagner, Charles 

L., assignor.) 

Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Webster, H., 
and Heller, assignors.) 

Babcock & Wilcox Tube Company, The. (See Havey, Jos- 
eph P., assignor.) 

Babcock, William S. (See Stayman, Robert G., assignor.) 

Babel, Raymond A., Clichy, France. Internal combustion 
engine with reciprocating blades. 2,053,017 ; Sept. 1. 

Babel. Raymond A. Clichy, E'rance, assignor to Bendix 
Brake Company, South Bend, Ind. Brake. 2,048,420; 
July 21. 

Babinet, Marie L. A., Boulogne-sur-Seine, France, assignor 
to The Nitralloy Corporation. Hardening iron and steel 
alloys and article produced thereby. 2,057,813 ; Oct. 20. 

Babitch, Abraham M., and G. W. Harry, Flint, assignors 
to General Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Fuel 
pump. 2,036,452 ; Apr. 7. 

Babler, Justus, Berlin-Prohnau, assignor to Telefunken 
Gesellsehaft fiir Drahtlose Telegraphic mit beschrank- 
ter Haftung, Berlin, Germany. Circuit arrangement for 
indirectly heated vacuum tubes. 2,039,139 ; Apr. 28. 

Babson, Roger W., Wellesley, Mass. Parking register. 
2,028,037; Jan. 14. 

Bach, Adolph D., Newton, Mass. Bending shoe shanks. 
2,027,716; Jan. 14. 

Bach, Irving, and L. M. Llpowsky, Brooklvn, N. Y. Con- 
tainer for bakery products. 2.042.288 ; May 26. 

Bach, Louis, Limbach, Germany. Feeding mechanism for 
sewing machines. 2,033.671 ; Mar. 10. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1936 



Bach, Neils P., Geneva, assignor to American Can Com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. Can feeding mechanism. 
2.026,811 ; Jan. 7. 

Bacharach Industrial Instniment Company. (See Semrau, 
Hugo, assignor.) 

Bacharach Industrial Instrument Company. (See Vayda, 
Louis L., assignor.) 

Bairheller, Cluu us A., Newark, N. J. Comb loom. 
2.065,498 : Dec. 29. 

Bacher, Charles, New York, N. X. Liquid waxing device. 
2,043,145 ; June 2. 

Bachetti-Kighetti, Giorgio, Rome, Italy. Silencer for in- 
ternal combustion engines. 2.003,270 ; Dec. 8. 

Baehle, Carl F., assignor to Continental Motors Corpora- 
tion, Detroit, Mich. Apparatus for feeding a combustible 
fluid to internal combustion engines. 2,082,902 ; Mar. 3. 

Bachman, Benjamin B., Philadelphia, assignor to The 
Autocar Company, Ardmore, Pa. Power transmitting 
device. 2,051.980 ; Aug. 25. 

Bachman, Benjamin B., Philadelphia, assignor to The 
Autocar Company, Ardmore, Pa. Motor vehicle. 
2,064,100 ; Dec. 15. 

Bachman Fred B. (See Bender, P. H., and Bachman.) 

Bachman, Fred E. (See Oelkers, A. H., and Bachman.) 

Bachman, Fred E.. assignor to American Steel Foundries, 
Chicago, 111. Wheel and axle assembly. 2,043,421 ; 
June 9. 

Bachman, Fred E., assignor to American Steel Foundries, 
Chicago, 111. Truck frame mounting. 2,047,248 ; July 
14. 

Bachman, Fred E.. assignor to American Steel Foundries- 
Chicago, 111. Truck. 2,051,630 ; Aug. 18. 

Bachman, Fred E., assignor to American Steel Foundries, 
Chicago, 111. Truck. 2,051.631 ; Aug. 18. 

Bachmann, Michael G., Ashland, Ohio, assignor to The 
Duplex Printing Press Company, Battle Creek, Mich. 
Cheekpiece for cutting cylinder knives. 2,038,336 ; Apr. 
21. 

Bachrach, Incorporated. (See Bachrach, Louis F., as- 
signor.) 

Bachrach, Louis F., assignor to Bachrach, Incorporated, 
Newton, Mass. Mounting device. 2,056,338; Oct. 6. 

Bacigalupi, Edgar J., Red Bank, N. J. Sand trap rake. 
2,030,424; Feb. 11. 

Bacigalupi, Joseph M., Oakland, assignor to B. J. Sweet- 
land, Piedmont, Calif. Extensible coupling. 2,031,754 ; 
Feb. 25. 

Bacigalupo, Joseph, San Francisco, Calif. Building con- 
struction. 2.055,000 ; Sept. 22. 

Back, Alfred, Reichenberg, Czechoslovakia, and J. Kraut- 
Bchneider, Hudson Bay Junction, Saskatchewan, Canada. 
Continuously variable change-speed gear. 2,026,928 ; 
Jan. 7. 

Back, Leonard, assignor to Iver Johnson's Arms & Cycle 
Works, Fitchburg, Mass. Exercising device for use in 
connection with bicycles. 2,043,977 ; June 16. 

Back, William E., Oulton Broad, England. Toy aero- 
plane. 2,030,347; Feb. 11. 

Backe, John C, Howell. Mich. Heater and ventilator for 
motor vehicles. 2.026.929 : Jan. 7. 

Backer, Chester F., et al. (See Backer, F. E., and Moles, 
assignors.) 

Backer, Christian B., Ottawa, Ontario. Canada. Electric 
hot plate and making same. 2,042.203 : May 26. 

Backer, Franklin E., and J. Moles, Fort Lee. N. .T.. as- 
signors to Ralph P. Rockwood, and Chester F. Backer. 
Counterfeit paper money detector. 2,0.^9 197: Nov. H. 

Backer, Franklyn E., New York, N. Y., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Western Electric Company, Incorporated. 
Admission counter. 2,037,190; Apr. 14. 

Backer. Franklyn E., Palisade. N. J., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Western Electric Company. Incorpo- 
rated. Begistering device. 2,037,191 ; Apr. 14. 

Backer, William, Schenectady, N. Y. Manufacture of 
coat hangers. 2,041.805 ; May 26. 

Backes, Peter G., Rochester, Minn. Fire alarm switch, 
2.036,388 : Apr. 7. 

Backhus, Herman T,. Glen Gardner, N. J. Building con- 
struction. 2,040,725 ; May 12. 

Backstay Welt Company. (See Bishop, Walter, assignor.) 

Backstay Welt Company. (See Hill. Clarence B.. as- 
signor.) 

Backstay Welt Co. (See MacLeod, William J., assignor,) 

Backstrom, Sigurd M,, Stockholm, Sweden, assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Serve!, Inc., Dover, Del. Re- 
frigeration, 2,027,761 : .Tan. 14, 

Backstrom, Sigurd M,, Stockholm, Sweden, assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Servel, Inc.. Dover. Del, Refrig- 
eration system for motor vehicles. 2,041,585 : May 19. 

Backstrom. Sigurd M., Stockholm, Sweden, assignor, by 
mesne assignments to Servel, Inc., Dover. Del. Refrig- 
eration. 2.059,841 : Nov, 3, 

Backus, Rodman T., and P. L. Pollard. Fort Pierce, Fla. 
Boat propeller bearing. 2,054,475 ; Sept. 15. 

Backus, Willi.im T., Philadelphia, Pa. Land vehicle equip- 
ment. 2.036..560: Apr. 7. 
Bacon. Charls B., Bridgeport, Conn. Culinary implement. 
2,040.458 ; May 12, 

Bacon, Elbridffe F,. Flint, assignor to General Motors Cor- 
poration, Detroit. Mich. Vibration dampener for am- 
meters. 2,047,763 ; July 14, 

Bacon. Georse R., Towanda. Pa. Removable ring for mold 
wheels. 2,052,378 ; Aug. 25. 

Bacon, Henry M., Warren, Ohio. Loom picker. 2,032,734 ; 
Mar. 3. 



Bacon, Leonard B., Stratford, Victoria, Australia. Liquid 
level indicator. 2,054,212 ; Sept. 15. 

Bacon, Morrit;on C, Garretsville, Ohio. Tread stock for 
inner tubes. 2,043,315 ; June 9. 

Bacon, Nicholas, Parlin, N. J., assignor to E. I. du Pont 
de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Reduction 
of viscosity of cellulose nitrate. 2,039,381 ; May 5. 

Bacon, Raymond F., Bronxville, N. Y. Smelting sulphide 
ores. 2,042,576 ; June 2. 

Bacon, Raymond P., Bronxville, N. Y., and W. Judson, 
Newgulf, Tex. Recovery of sulphur. 2,040,682 ; May 
12. 

Cacon, Thomas S., Dallas, Tex. Producing inert gas. 
2,051,125 ; Aug. 18. 

Bacon, Willard M., Jr., Tampa, Fla., assignor to J. H. 
Ellis, Hillsborough County, and E. J. O'Hare, Dade 
County, Fla. Starting box for racing animals. 
2.043,918 : June 9. 

Bacon, William I. (See Hazelton. G.. James, and Bacon.) 

Bacqueyrisse, Louis, Paris, France. Electric traction sys- 
tem with compound motors and electric braking. 
2,050,252 ; Aug. 11. 

Badberg, William P., Nebraska City, Nebr. Cream filter 
and cooler. 2,050,148 ; Aug. 4. 

Baddock, Thomas P., Lenox, Mass. Resilient tire. 
2,055,461 ; Sept. 29. 

Baddorf, WiUiam A., and R. E. Deimler, Harrisburg, Pa. 
Oil tank inspection device. 2,028,430 ; Jan. 21. 

Baddou, Joseph S., Los Angeles, Calif. Electrical face 
treating mask. 2,028.880 ; Jan. 28. 

Bade, Ervin O. (See Miller, A. D., and Bade.) 

Baden, David, Hazleton, Pa. Tobacco can. 2,046,235 ; 
June 30. 

Badenhausen, John P., Philadelphia, assignor of one-half 
to Day and Zimmermann, Incorporated. Philadelphia, 
Pa, Steam generator. 2,029.010 ; Jan. 28. 

Baden-Powell, Baden P. S., Riverhead, Sevenoaks, Eng- 
land. Centrifugal gun. 2,043,117 ; June 2. 

Bader, Marcel-J.-G., Strasbourg. Bas-Rhin, France. 
Compositions useful for the production of azo dyestufCs 
and their application. 2,042,696 ; June 2. 

Badertscher, Darwin E. (See Reiff, O. M., and Badert- 
scher. ) 

Badger, Alfred E., Urbana, 111., assignor to Corning Glass 
Works, Corning, N. Y. Making glass. 2,038,627 ; Apr. 
28. 

Badger Carton Company. (See Groth, Alfred, assignor.) 

Badger Carton Company. (See Horwath, Julius, as- 
signor.) 

Badger Carton Company. (See Pergande, George, as- 
signor.) 

Badger, Charles. (See Cook, C. C, and Badger.) 

Badger, Charles, and C. C. Cook, Columbus. Ohio, assign- 
ors to Owens-IUinois Glass Company. Parison transfer 
mechanism. 2,038.518 ; Apr. 28. 

Badger Meter Manufacturing Company. (See Smith, R. 
Stanley, assignor.) 

BadoUet. Marion S. (See Cummins, A. B., Badollet, 
and Miller.) 

Badollet, Marion S., Fanwood, N. J., assignor to Johns- 
Manville Corporation, New York, N. Y. Coated Diato- 
maceous earth product and making the same. 2,040,818 ; 
May 19. 

Badovici, Jean, Paris, France. Lifeboat launching device. 
2,057,995 : Oct. 20. 

Baechle, James E., River Forrest, 111., assignor to Amer- 
ican Can Company, New York, N. Y. Container. 
2,056,947 ; Oct. 13. 

Baechle. Stanley N. (See Wentworth, T. O.. and Baechle.) 

Baehr, Hans, Leuna, assignor to I. G. Farbenindustrie 
Aktiengesellschaft, Frankfort-on-the-Main, Germany. 
Removal of weak, acids and ammonia from gases. 
2,045,747 ; June 30. 

Baehr, Hans, and H. Mengdehl, Ludwigshafen-on-the- 
Rhine, assignors to I. G. Farbenindustrie Aktiengesell- 
schaft, Frankfort-on-the-Main, Germany. Separation of 
carbon dioxide from gaseous mixtures free from sulphur 
compounds. 2.053.650 ; Sept. 8. 

Baehr, Henry, Wisner, Nebr. Dough machine attach- 
ment. 2,039,277 ; May 5. 

Baender, Frederick G., Corvallis, Oreg. Reclaiming used 
lubricating oil. 2,043.691 : June 9, 

Baenninger, Hermann, Glasgow, Scotland, assignor to B. 
F, Sturtevant Company. Hyde Park, Mass. Centrifugal 
fan. 2.048,049 : July 21. 

Baensch, Walter, Muhlheim-on-the-Euhr, and W. Klaphake, 
Perlin, assignors to Scherlng-Kahlbaum A. G.. BTlin, 
Germany. Apparatus for manufacturing metal catalysts. 
2,048,668; July 28. 

Baer, Alvln H., Carbondale, Pa., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Worthington Pump and Machinery Cor- 
poration. Harrison, N. J. Drop tube and support fixture. 
2,0.S3.907: Mar. 17. 

Baer, Edward G., and A. B. Fisher, Orrville, Ohio. Varia- 
ble speed gearing. 2,042,577 ; June 2. 

Baer, Jean, Uster, Switzerland. Manufacture of an elas- 
tic caoutchouc-like body. 2,039.206 ; Apr. 28. 

Baer, John M,. assignor to The Guardite Corporation, Chi- 
cago, 111. Container. 2.027,083 : Jan. 7. 

Baer, John W. (See Reinhardt, Otto K.. and Baer.) 

Baer, John W.. Woodside, and O. K. Reinhardt, Jamaica, 
N. Y., assignors to Bond Electric Corporation, Jersey 
City, N. J. Electric hand lantern. 2,062,113 ; Nov. 24. 



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Baer, Lawrence E., Attleboro, Mass., assignor to The Baer 
& Wilde Company. Collar bolder. -JM'M'J : Apr. 14. 

Baer, Lucien U., assignor to West Coast-Manchester Mills, 
Inc., Los Ansjeles, Calif. Athletic garment. 2,050.410 ; 
Aug. 11. 

Baer & Wilde Company, The. (See Baer, Lawrence E., as- 
signor.) 

Baetlige, Alvin L., Kerrville, Tex. Vehicle lift. 2,047,934 ; 
July 21. 

Eager, Ernest, assignor to J. Milhening, Inc., Chicago, 111. 

Jewelry ring and producing same. 2,050.253 ; Aug. 11. 
Bagby, Kalph B., Evanston, 111. Fjlliug machine. 

2,032,163 ; Feb. 25. 
Bagley, Glen D., Great Neck, N. Y., assignor, by mesne 

assignments, to Union Carbide and Carbon Corporation. 

Testins apparatus. 2,061,692.- Nov. 24. 
Bagley, James W., Fayetteville, Tenn. Plotting machine 

and making maps with aerial photographs. 2,044,114; 

June 16. 
Baglev, James W.. Fayetteville, Tenn. Aerial photograph 

calculator. 2,053,019 ; Sept. 1. 
Bagley. Robert M., Haddonheld, assignor to R. M. Hol- 

linisbead Corporation, Camden, N. J. Liquid sprayer. 

2.045,893 ; June 30. 
Bagley, Walter W., Nicholls, Ga. Turpentine cup. 

2,049,682 : Aug. 4. 
Bagnall, Edwin. (See Baker, Frank U., assignor.) 
Bagnall, Vernon B., East Orange, N. J. Rotary tooth 

brush. 2,044,344; June 16. 
Bagnulo, Albert, Courbevoie, France. Internal combus- 
tion engine fed with heavy fuels. 2,065,419 ; Dec. 22. 
Bagpak, Inc. (See .\ndreas, Arno, assignor.) 
Bagpak, Inc. (See Baker, Webster N.. assignor.) 
Bagpak, Inc. (See Baker, W. N., and Cundall, assignors.) 
Bagpak. Inc. (See Baker, W. N., Hurrey, and Cundall, as- 
signors.) 
Bagpak, Inc. (See Briggs, Howland F., assignor.) 
Bagpak, Inc. (See Cundall, Robert N. and L. A.) 
Bagpak, Inc. (See Nicolas, Marcel A., assignor.) 
Bagshaw, Charles M., Leicester, England, assignor to 

United Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. 

Method and machine for sewing Sahara sandals. 

2,040,459 ; May 12. 
Bagshaw. W. H., Co. (See Parker, Edward H., assignor.) 
Bahan, William H., Greenville. S. C. Hopper holding 

means for battery looms. 2.033.971 ; Mar. 17. 
Bahan, William H., Greenville, S. 0. Box front for looms. 

2,051,020 ; Aug. 18. 
Bahlke, Alfred F.. Bloomfield. and R. Grodzki, Newark, 

N. J., assignors to Westinghouse Lamp Company. Bulb 

coating machine. 2,046,360 ; July 7. 
Bahlke. William H., Hammond, Ind., assignor to Standnrd 

Oil Company, Chicago, 111. Conversion of acid sludge 

into sulphur dioxide, hydrocarbons, and coke. 2,043,646 ; 

June 9. 

Bahlke, William H., Hammond, and W. G. Whitman, as- 
signors to Standard Oil Company, Whiting. Ind. Dis- 
tillation of hydrocarbon oils for the production of lower 
boiling hydrocarbon oils. 2,037,674 ; Apr. 14. 

Bahls, Walter E., Wllkinsburg. assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pittsburgh, 
Pa. Grid glow tube. 2,033.089 ; Mar. 3. 

Bahlsen's H. Keksfabrik A. G. (See Thieme, Anna D., 
assignor.) 

Bahney, Luther W., Elizabeth, N. J., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Scovill Manufacturing Comp.anv, Water- 
bury. Conn. Refining metals. 2,060.137: Nov. 10. 

Bahr, Gustave F., Fairfield, assignor to Casco Products 
Corporation. Bridgeport. Conn. Brake lever extension. 
2,043,206; June 2. 

Bahr. Gustave F.. Fairfield, assignor to Casco Products 
Corporation, Bridgeport, Conn. Splash guard for ve- 
hicle-wheels. 2,059,165 ; Oct. 27. 

Bahr-Manning Corporation, (See Schacht, Elmer C, as- 
signor.) 

Baia, Charles. (See Jeffrey, Sidney, assignor.) 

Baler, Georg. Altenberg, near Nuremberg, Germany. Op- 
erating mechanism for typewriters. 2,(>37,690 ; Apr. 21. 

Baier, WilLird E.. Ontario, assignor to California Fruit 
Growers Exchange, Los Angeles. Calif. Food product 
and producing the same. 2.055,782 ; Sept. 29. 

Baier, Willard E.. Ontario. Calif., assignor to California 
Fruit Growers Exchange, Los Angeles. Calif. Product 
for and method of .ielly preparation. 2.063,143 : Dec. 8. 

Bailey. Albert R.. San Bernardino, Calif. Lubricator. 
2,039,511 ; May 5. 

Bailev, Alonzo W.. Cleveland Heights, Ohio. Building 
construction. 2.052.739: Sept. 1." 

Bailey, Angle. (See Harrison, Clarence A., assignor.) 

Bailev, Arthur D., Tnooma. Wash. Fireman's extension 
ladder for roofs. 2.052.439 : Aug. 25. 

Bailey, Austin. Freehold. N. J., assignor to American Tele- 
phone and Telegraph Company. Picture transmitting 
system. 2.047.817 : July 14. 

Bailey, Austin. Maplewood. N. J., and H. M. Thomson. 
New York, N. Y.. assignors to Americ.nn Telephone and 
Telegraph Companv. Statistical tabulating and print- 
ing telegraph system. 2.034.791 : Mar. 24. 

Bailev. Beniamin. .issignor to Alsati.TTi 'Nrnohinp Works, 
Limited. Boston, ISIass. Comber. 2.063.018; Dec. 8. 

Bailey, Bruce L (See Ridgway, R. R., and Bailev.) 

Bailev, Charles W., assignor to Stew.nrt Bros.. Lvnn. Mas' 
Counter molding machine. 2,048,589 ; July 21. 



Bailey, Charles W., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Blue Rock Chemical Corporation of Virginia, Dayton, 
Ohio. Gasket paste. 2,054.801 ; Sept. 22. 

Bailey, Christopher B. G., London, England, assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Radio Corporation of America, 
New York, N. Y. Wireless receiver. 2,038,918 ; Apr. 
28. 

Bailey, David C, Amesbury, Mass. Window glass guide. 
2.055,833 : Sept. 29. 

Bailey, David C., Amesbury, Mass. Lining for window 
channels. 2.058.942 ; Oct. 27. 

Bailey, David C., Amesbury, Mass. Window glass channel 
lining. 2.058,943; Oct. 27. 

Bailey, David C., Amesbury, Mass. Window glass guide. 
2.060,656 ; Nov. 10. 

Bailey, Dwight P., Bayonne. R. Beattie. Plainfleld, and 
W. S. Tyler, Jr., Elizabeth, N. J., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, of three-fourths to Tide Water Oil Com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. Dewaxing mineral oil. 
2,058,944 ; Oct. 27. 

Bailey, Edgar L.. Birmingham, assignor to Chrysler Cor- 
poration, Detroit, Mich. Induction heating apparatus. 
2.052,010 : Aug. 25. 

Bailey, Edwin M., et al. (See Chandler, Daniel L., as- 
signor.) 

Bailey, Ervin G., Easton, Pa., P. R. Cassidy, Short Hills, 
and R. M. Hardqrove, Westfield. N. J., assignors to 
Puller Lehigh Company, New York, N. Y. Pulverizing 
mill. 2,042,204 ; May 26. 

Bailey, Ervin G., Easton, Pa., assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to The Babcock & Wilcox Company, Newark, N. J. 
Burning fuel. 2,058,051 ; Oct. 20. 

Bailey, Ervin G., Easton, Pa., assignor to The Babcock 
& Wilcox Company, Bayonne, N. J. Apparatus for burn- 
ing pulverized fuel and gas. 2,064,366 ; Dec. 15. 

Bailey, George W., Cortland, N. Y. Eyeglasses. 2,057,287 ; 
Oct. 13. 

Bailey, George W., Cortland, N. Y. Eyeglasses. 2,057,288 ; 
Oct. 13. 

Bailey, Herbert H., Kelsall, and J. P. Gill, Liverpool, 
England, assignors to Autumtlnts Brick Machinery Cor- 
poration, New York, N. Y. Apparatus for treatment of 
soft brick-like goods before baking. 2,035,040 ; Mar. 
24. 

Bailey, James. (See Sharp, D. B., and Bailey.) 

Bailey, James, Hamburg, N. Y., assignor to Hartford- 
Empire Company, Hartford, Conn. Preventing issuance 
of refractory-contaminated glass from feeder outlets. 
2,050,205; Aug. 4. 

Bailey, James R., Austin, Tex., assignor to Union Oil Com- 
pany of California, Los Angeles, Calif. Separation and 
purification of nitrogen bases. 2,035,583 ; Mar. 31. 

Bailey, James R., Austin, Tex., assi.gnor to Union Oil Com- 
pany of California, Los Angeles, Calif. Separating 
nitrogen bases. 2,035,584 ; Mar. 31. 

Bailey, Joshua. West Bromwich, England. Printing type. 
2.035,214 : Mar. 24. 

Bailey, Joshua, West Bromwich, England. Type rack. 
2,044,144; June 16. 

Bailey Meter Company. (See Barnes, Frederick A., as- 
signor.) 

Bailey Meter Company. (See Barrett, Joseph M., as- 
signor.) 

Bailey Meter Company. (See Dueringer, Walter E., as- 
signor.) 

Bailey Meter Company. (See Hammond, Harold M., as- 
signor.) 

Bailey Meter Company. (See Johnson, Clarence, as- 
signor.) 
Bailey Meter Company. (See Lucke, Charles E., assignor.) 
Bailey, Miles E. (See Pence, J. H.. and Bailey.) 
Bailey & Sharp Co. Inc. (See Sharp, Donald E., as- 
signor.) 
Bailey, Theodore, Miami Beach, Pla. Dispensing con- 
tainer. 2.062,082 ; Nov. 24. 
Bailey, Theodorus S. (See Bohall, N. E.. and Bailev.) 
Bailey, Thomas W., Royal, Iowa. Door. 2,042.246 ; May 

26. 
Bailey, Walter T. (See Federwitz, T. A., and Bailey.) 
Bailey, Walter T. (See Rider. E. G.. and Bailey, assignors.) 
Bnilleul. Oustiir. (See Jaenicke. M.. and Bnilleul.) 
Baily, Robert W. (See Gage, Robert B., assignor.) 
Bain, Edgar C. and R. H. Aborn, Short Hills. N. J., as- 
signors to United States Steel Corporation, New York, 
N. Y. Treating austenitic steel. 2,044,743 ; June 16. 
Bain, William H.. Portsmouth, Ohio. Insole and making 

shoes therewith. 2,033.972 : M.ar. 17. 
Bair. John T.. et al. (See Berstler, Carl E.. assignor.) 
Baird. Cassius M. C, Chicago, 111. Hose construction. 

2.035,736; Mar. 31. 
Baird. Dudley. Berkeley. Calif., assignor to Nichols Cop- 
per Company. Nnw York, N. Y. Furnace construction. 
2.030.7.34 : Feb. 11. 
Baird. Edward F.. Olendale. Cnlif. Knee-action hoist 

nttachment. 2,045.173: June 23. 
Baird, Foster E. (See Kendall, Kenneth W., assignor.) 
Baird. Hollis S.. assignor to Shortwave & Tplevision Cor- 
poration, Boston. Mass. Television. 2.050.149 : Aug. 4. 
Baird. John L.. London. England. Cinematographic rectl- 

fving svstem. 2 0.S2.164: Feb. 25. 
Baird. John T,.. London. England. Television and like 

apnaratus. 2.0.n6.76] : Oct. ft 
Baird. John W.. Glen Elivri. HI. Brake adjustment in- 
dicating means. 2,032,392 ; Mar. 3. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1936 



(See Lewis, Arthur J., 



England. Polish- 



Baird Machine Company, The. 
assignor.) 

Baird, Ralph M., Sunhury-on-Thames, 
ing device. 2.034,455 ; Mar. 17. 

Baird, Ron.ild J., Milwaukee, Wis. Manufacture of mer- 
cury sulphate. 2,027,364 ; Jan. 14. 

Baird, William, Manchester, England, assignor to Imperial 
Chemical Industries Ltd. Emulsions of resins of the 
polyhydric alcohol polybasic acid type and the applica- 
tion thereof. 2,035,520; Mar. 31. 

Baird, William, and R. Hill, Manchester, England, assignor 
to Imperial Chemical Industries Limited. Synthetic 
resinous product. 2,059,842 ; Nov. 3. 

Baird, William F., Lexington, Mass. Controlling low 
temperature refrigerants. 2.043,570 ; June 9. 

Bairs, Stuart G., Grosse Pointe Park, assignor to Hudson 
Motor Car Company, Detroit, Mich, Clutch controlling 
mechanism. 2,058,550 : Oct. 27. 

Baj, Alessandro, Milan, Italy. Cooling the valves in in- 
ternal combustion engines. 2,063,779 ; Dec. 8. 

Bake, Louis S. (See Calcott, W. S., and Bake.) 

Bake, Louis S. (See Downing, F. B., Bake, and Parmelee.) 

Bake, Louis S. (See Tisdale, W. H., and Bake.) 

Bake, Louis S., Pennsgrove, N. J., assignor to E. I. du 
Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington. Del. Forma- 
tion of leuco compounds. 2,027,144 ; Jan. 7. 

Bake, Louis S., Pennsgrove, N. J., assignor to E. I. du 
Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Pre- 
naring tetra alkyl lead. 2,029,301 ; Feb. 4. 

Bake, Louis S., Pennsgrove, and A. E. Parmelee, Carneys 
Point, N. J., assignors to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & 
Company, Wilmington, Del. Recovery of alkyl lead com- 
pounds from their reaction masses. 2,038,703 ; Apr. 28. 

Bake, Louis S., Pennsgrove, and A. E. Parmelee, Carneys 
Point, N. J., assignors to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & 
Company. Wilmington, Del. Recovery of alkyl lead 
compounds. 2,038,704 ; Apr. 28. 

Bakelaar, John H. (See Carroll, F. M., and Bakelaar.) 

Bakelite Building Products Co. Inc. (See Harshberger, 
Norman P., assignor.) 

Bakelite Building Products Co. Inc. (See Harshberger, 
N. P.. and Ochs, assignors.) 

Bakelite Corporation. (See Bender. Howard L., assignor.) 
(See Byck, Lawrence C, assignor.) 
(See Hoffman, Harry A., assignor.) 
(See Johnston, Robert T., assignor.) 
(See Rossi, L. M., and Peakes, as- 



Bakelite Corporation. 
Bakelite Corpoiation. 
Bakelite Corporation. 
Bakelite Corporation. 

signers.) 
Bakelite Corporation. 
Bakelite Corporation. 
Bakelite Gesellschaft 



(See Silssenguth, Otto, assignor.) 
(See Swan, H., and Higgins.) 
mit beschrankter Haftung. (See 
Seehacli, Fritz, assignor.! 
Bakelite Limited. (See Chuhb, Stanley E., assignor.) 
(See Lloyd. Arthur, assignor.) 
(See Pattman, William E., assignor.) 
assignor to Boeing Airplane Company, 
Riveting mouse. 2,028,890 ; Jan. 28. 
(See Baker, Erie K., assignor.) 
(See McClary, David J., assignor.) 



Bakelite Limited. 
Bakelite Limited. 
Baker, Andrew D 

Sp.nttle, Wash. 
Bnk>^^r Axle Company. 
Baknr Box Company 



Inc. (See Hallenbeck, George E., as- 



The. (See Colbeth, Ivor M., 



Dust mop cleaner. 



Baker Brothers, 
sign or.) 

Baker Castor Oil Company, 

assignor.) 
Baker, Charles L., Grosse Pointe, Mich. 

2,033,672 ; Mar. 10. 
Baker, Charles S., Corning, N. Y.. assignor to IngersoU- 
Rand Company, Jersey City, N. J. Valve assembly. 
2,040,542 ; May 12. 
Baker & Company. (See Cohn, Sigmund. assignor.) 

(See Colby, Edward A., assignor.) 
(See Jones, Harry J., assignor.) 
(See Livingstone, Stanley, assignor.) 
(See Russell, Harry J., assignor.) 
(See Schumpelt, Karl, assignor.) 
Baker & Co. (See Stauss, H. E., and Ogden, assignors.) 
Baker & Company, et al. (See Weller, Charles A., as- 
signor.) 

Baker & Company. (See Zimmermann F., and Zschniegner, 
assignors.) _ 

(See Johnston, E. A., and Baker,) 
(See Lindgren, A. C. and Baker.) 
Riverside, and C. R. Rogers, Oak Park, 
to International Harvester Company. 
Track roller assembly. 2.054,532 ; Sept. 15. 

Baker, David B., Riverside, C. R. Rogers, Oak Park, 
and N. O. Panzegrau. Chicago, 111., assignors to Inter- 
national Harvester Company. Track adjustment for 
track type tractors. 2,054,533 ; Sept. 15. 

Baker, Donald .T.. Hartford, Conn. Television system and 
method. 2.026.72.T : Jnn. 7. 

Baker, Donald R. (See Nordmark, H. P., and Baker.) 

Baker. Douglas A.. New York, N. Y. Filtering apparatus. 
2.046,864 : July 7, 

Baker, Edward H., Belmont, Mass. Motor cooling means. 
2,060,363 ; Nov. 10. 

Baker. Edwin M,, Ann Arbor. Mich., and L. C. Borchert, 
Chicago, 111., assignors to General Spring Bumper Cor- 
poration, Detroit, Mich. Plating and article produced 
thereby. 2,061.056: Nov. 17. 

Baker, Elton N.. Chicago, 111. Photoink printing. 
2,058,396 ; Oct. 27. 

Baker, Erie K., Detroit. Mich., assignor to Baker Axle 
Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Motor vehicle. 2,046,602 ; 
July 7. 



Baker & Company. 
Baker & Company. 
Baker & Company. 
Baker & Company. 
Baker & Company. 



Baker, David B. 
Baker, David B. 
Baker, David B., 
111., assignors 



Baker, Ernest E., assignor to R. J. Marston, Detroit, Mich. 

Powder dispenser. 2,051,672 ; Aug. 18. 
Baker, Eugene L., Taunton, Mass. Gas range. 2,033,369 ; 

Mar. 10. 
Baker, Forest E., South Charleston, W. Va., assignor to 

Owens-Illinois Glass Company. Bottle tiering apparatus. 

2,058,397 ; Oct. 27. 
Baker, Frank U., Tipton, Mich., assignor of one-half to 

B. Bagnall, Adrian, Mich. Submergible carpet. 
2,057,358 ; Oct. 13. 

Baker, Freeman, Saranac Lake, N. Y. Manually operated 
water vehicle. 2,036,185; Apr. 7. 

Baker, George E., Scipioville, N. Y. Spark timer for in- 
ternal combustion engines. 2,049,637 ; Aug. 4. 

Baker, George M. (See Van Vorst. J., and Baker.) 

Baker, George W., assignor to American Coolair Corpora- 
tion, Jacksonville, Fla. Portable precooling eauipment. 
2,033,022 ; Mar. 3. 

Baker, Gilbert L., Oakland, Calif., assignor of one-half to 
Algot Oberg. Combined can opening and sealing device. 
2,064,716 ; Dec. 15. 

Baker, Greeley. (See Engelman, J. J., Henchert, and 
Baker.) 

Baker, Greeley, Chicago, 111., assignor to Continental Can 
Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. Metal container. 
2,052,595 ; Sept. 1. 

Baker, Guy O., Friend, Nebr. Shoe press last. 2,063,075 ; 
Dec. 8. 

Baker, Harry J., and C. Ness, Indianapolis, Ind., assign- 
or, by mesne assignments, to Union Carbide and Carbon 
Corporation. Inlet nipple trap. 2,043,944 ; June 9. 

Baker, Harry S,, .Arlington, assignor to The Ashton Valve 
Company, Cambridge, Mass. Valve. 2.034,222 ; Mar. 17. 

Baker, Harry S., Arlington, assignor to The Ashton Valve 
Company, Cambridge, Mass. Gauge. 2,040,681 ; May 

Baker, Harry W., Kansas City, Kans. Sound head for 
moving picture projectors. 2,050,480 ; Aug. 11. 

Baker, Heise, Frankfort, Ky. Switch. 2.036,314 : Apr. 7. 

Baker, Henry C, and R. H. Peterson, Canton, Ohio, as- 
signors to Republic Steel Corporation, Youngstown, 
Ohio. Locker latch. 2,033,806 ; Mar. 10. 

Baker, Howard H., Buffalo, N. Y. Dehydrating device. 
2,036,909 : Apr. 7. 

Baker, Howard H., Buffalo, N. Y. Dehydrating composi- 
tions. 2,039,512 ; May 5. 

Baker, Howard H., Buffalo, N. Y. Polishing mop or 
duster. 2,060,012 ; Nov. 10. 

Baker Ice Machine Co. Inc. (See Schneider, Albert E., 
assignor.) 

Baker, John B., assignor to The Timken Roller Bearing 
Company, Canton, Ohio. Roller bearing cage. 
2,049,040 ; July 28. 

Baker, John B., assignor to The Timken Roller Bearing 
Company, Canton, Ohio. Separable drill bit. 2,052,011 ; 
Aug. 25. 

Baker, John B., assignor to The Timken Roller Bearing 
Company, Canton, Ohio. Separable drill bit. 2,052,019 ; 
Aug. 25. 

Baker, John B., assignor to The Timken Roller Bearing 
Company, Canton, Ohio. Roller bearing. 2,055,714 ; 
Sept. 29. 

Baker, John S., assignor to Cook Electric Company. Chi- 
cago, 111. Air conditioning control circuit. 2,046,361 ; 
July 7. 

Baker, John S., assignor to Cook Electric Company, Chi- 
cago, 111. Helical bellows and making the same. 
2,049,100; July 28. 

Baker, Kenneth H., Attleboro Falls, assignor to H. E. 
Sweet, doing business as B. F. Simmons Company, 
Attleboro, Mass. Wrist watch strap, band, or bracelet. 
2.032,557 ; Mar. 3. 

Baker, Lucile R.. Columbia, S. C. Attachment for copy 
holders. 2,050,150 ; Aug. 4. 

Baker Manufacturing Company. (See Bufflngton, Harry 

C, assignor.) 

Baker Manufacturing Company. (See Miller, J. G., and 

Buffington, assignors.) 
Baker Manufacturing Company, The. (See Bufflngton,, 

Harry C, assignor.) 
Baker, Mark, and S. A. Hallgren, Worcester, Mass.. as- 
signors, by mesne assignments, to Boston Machine 

Works Company. Oil burner. 2.055,462 : Sept. 29. 
Baker, Nelson M., assignor to American Optical Company, 

Southbridge, Mass. Machine for assembling ophthalmic 

mountings. 2,049,101 ; July 28. 
Baker, Nelson M., assignor to American Optical Company, 

Southbridge, Mass. Ophthalmic mounting. 2,049,102 ; 

July 28. 
Baker, Newton D.. assignor to Electric Vacuum Cleaner 

Company, Inc., Cleveland, Ohio. Suction cleaner tool. 

2,036,789 ; Apr. 7. 
Baker, Norman A., assignor to Kelvinator Corporation, 

Detroit, Mich, Refrigerating apparatus. 2,055,994 ; 

Sept. 29. 

Baker Oil Tools, Inc. (See Baker, Reuben C, assignor.) 
Baker Oil Tools, Inc. (See Burt, Clarence E., assignor.) 
Baker, Paul, assignor to R. A. Casey, Los Angeles. Calif. 

Telephone system and apparatus therefor. 2,055,920 ; 

Sept. 29. 
Baker, Paul, assignor to R. A. Casey, Los Angeles, Calif. 

Thermionic vacuum tube circuit. 2.055.921 ; Sept. 29. 
Baker, Paul E. (See Eksergian, C. L., and Baker.) 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



47 



Baker, I"aul E., Dptroit. Micb., assignor to Budd Wheel 
Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Full floating axle assembly. 
2,052,524 ; Aug. 25. 

Baker, Paul W., assignor to Wagner Electric Corporation. 
St. Louis, Mo. Thrust washer assembly. 2,043,790 ; 
June 9. 

Baker Perkins Company. (See Evans, Thomas, assignor.) 

Baker Perkins Company. (See Guggenheim, Max M., 
assignor.) 

Baker Perkins Company. (See Harber, L. S., and Pointon, 
assignors.) 

Baker Perkins Company. (See Plambeck, Emil W., as- 
signor.) 

Baker Perkins Company. (See Savy, Robert, assignor.) 

Baker Perkins Company. (See Sperling, Ezra F., as- 
signor.) 

Baker Perkins Company Incorporated. (See Harber, L. S., 
and Pointon, assignors.) 

Baker Perkins Company Inc. (See Macfarlane, Robert F., 
assignor.) 

Baker, Reuben C, Coalinga, assignor to Baker Oil Tools, 
Inc.. Huntington Park, Calif. Grief stem straightener. 
2,060,013 ; Nov. 10. 

Bilker, Reuben C, Coalinga, assignor to Baker Oil Tools, 
Inc., Huntington Park, Calif. Perforated liner washer. 
2,061,993 ; Nov. 24. 

Baker, Robert M., Toledo, Ohio. Temperature control 
device for furnaces. 2,029,551 ; Feb. 4. 

Baker, Roy J. (See North, G. H., and Baker.) 

Baker, Royal L. (See Robblee, I. L., and Baker.) 

Baker, Russell W. (See Emmert, R. J., Goad, Baker, 
Shippy, Holmes, Phelps, and Birch.) 

Baker, Samuel G., Jr., assignor to E. I. du Pont de Ne- 
mours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Explosive com- 
position. 2,048,050 ; July 21. 

Baker, Theodore D., Seattle, Wash. Wire twisting tool. 
2,046.497 ; July 7. 

Baker, Thomas T. (See Chapman, W., and Baker.) 

Baker, Thomas T., Hatch End, Middlesex, assignor to 
Dufaycolor Limited, London, England. Color pho- 
tography. 2,030,163 ; Feb. 11. 

Baker, Thomas T., Hatch End, assignor to Dufaycolor Lim- 
ited, London, England. Color photography. 2,050,552 ; 
Aug. 11. 

Baker, Thomas V., Chehalis, Wash. Paring knife. 
2,064,718 ; Dec. 15. 

Baker, Thomas V., Chehalis, Wash. Saw set. 2,064,717 ; 
Dec. 15. 

Baker, Walter, assignor to Speeder Machinery Corporation, 
Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Excavating shovel. 2,037,958 ; 
Apr. 21. 

Baker, Webster N., Yeadon, Pa., assignor to Bagpak, Inc., 
New York, N. Y. Valve bag packing machine. 2,062,438 ; 
Dec. 1. 

Baker, Webster N., Baldwin, and R. N. Cundall, Lacka- 
wanna, assignors to Bagpak, Inc., New York, N. Y. 
Machine for filling, closing, and sealing bags. 2,049,757 ; 
Aug. 4. 

Baker, Webster N., Baldwin, R. C. Hurrey, Great Kills, 
and R. N. Cundall, Lackawanna, N. Y., assignors to 
Bagpak. Inc. Bag stapling machine. 2,062.439 ; Dec. 1. 

Baker, William, Toledo, Ohio. Closure. 2,028,489; Jan. 
21. 

Baker, William, Toledo, Ohio. Closure. 2,028,490 ; Jan 
21. 

Baker, William G., Farmington, Mich., assignor to Ameri- 
can Metal Products Company, Detroit, Mich. Method 
and apparatus of bending tubing. 2,057,359 ; Oct. 1.3. 

Baker, William H. (See Vanderpool, J. P., and Baker.) 

Baker. William H., Des Moines, Iowa. Traction wheel 
units. 2,039,513 ; May 5. 

Bakeries Service Corporation. (See Kinkenon, Frank R., 
assignor.) 

Bakstad, Johan R.. assignor to The Jeffrey Manufacturing 
Company, Columbus, Ohio. Crusher. 2,028,643 ; Jan. 
21. 

Balais, Daniel P., Chicago, 111. Closure cap. 2,052,070 ; 
Aug. 25. 

Balcar, Frederick R., Stamford, Conn., assignor to Air 
Reduction Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Production of alcohols. 2.044,417 ; June 16. 

Balch, Thomas V., Shaker Heights, assignor to The E. F. 
Hauserman Company. Cleveland, Ohio. Sanitation sys- 
tem for metallic building structures. 2,060,655 ; Nov. 
10. 

Balch, Thomas V., Shaker Heights, and J. A. Bohnsack. 
Cleveland Heights, assignors to The E. P. Hauserman 
Company, Cleveland. Ohio. Thick paneled metallic wall 
structure. 2,047,572 ; July 14. 

Baldl, Joseph R. (See Quattrin, S.. and Baldl.) 

Baldt Anchor Chain & Forge Corporation. (See Powell, 
J. H., and Staats, assignors.) 

Balduf, Bruno E., assignor to tTnited States Gypsum Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Building construction and clip 
means therefor. 2,039,382 ; May 5. 

Balduf, Bruno E., assignor to United States Gypsum 
Company, Chicago, 111. Fireproof building construc- 
tion. 2,063,010. Dec. 8. 

Bnldwin, Alfred W.. Blackley, Manchester, and I. M. Heil- 
bron, and W. B. Jones, Victoria TTnlversity Manchester, 
England, assignors to Imperial Chemical Industries Lim- 
ited. Ethers of polyhydrlc alcohols. 2,038,705 ; Apr. 
28. 



Baldwin, Alfred W., Blackley, Reginald W. Everatt, Hey- 
sliam, and A. H. Knight, Blackley, England, assignors 
to Imperial Chemical Industries Limited. N-ethyl, n- 
etliylol cresidine and producing same. 2,060,845 ; Nov. 
17. 

Baldwin, Alfred W., and A. H. Knight, Blackley, Man- 
chester, England, assignors to Imperial Chemical In- 
dustries Limited. N.N-dialkylol anilines and producing 
same. 2,044,045 ; June 16. 

Baldwin, Alfred W., Ashton-on-Mersey, and A. J. Hailwood, 
Altrincham, England, assignors to Imperial Chemical 
Industries Limited. Preparing aliphatic sulpho-ethers. 
2,062,957: Dee. 1. 

Baldwin, Alfred W., Sale, and A. J. Hailwood, Altrincham, 
England, assignors to Imperial Chemical Industries Lim- 
ited. Ether compounds. 2,062,958 ; Dec. 1. 

Baldwin, Clayton J., assignor to Dustbone Products Lim- 
ited, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Dispensing apparatus. 
2,064,719 ; Dec. 15. 

Baldwin, Clyde P., Claremont, N. H., assignor to Sullivan 
Machinery Company. Mining machine. 2,053,259 ; 
Sept. 8. 

Baldwin, Clyde P., Claremont, N. H., assignor to Sullivan 
Machinery Company. Mining machine. 2,062,661 ; 
Dee. 1. 

Baldwin Company, The. (See Kock, Winston E., assignor.) 

Baldwin Company, The. (See Yungblut, Gibson, as- 
signor.) 

Baldwin, Curtis C, Ottawa, Kans. Separator. 2,046,442 ; 
July 7. 

Baldwin-Duckworth Chain Corporation. (See McCann, 
John F., assignor.) 

Baldwin-Duckworth Chain Corporation. (See McCann, J. 
F., and Johnson, assignors.) 

Baldwin, Edward A., Jackson, Mich. Windshield conden- 
sation preventer. 2,046,362 ; July 7. 

Baldwin, George S., Cleveland Heights, assignor to The 
American Laundry Machinery Company, Norwood, Ohio. 
Press control mechanism. 2,034,456 ; Mar. 17. 

Baldwin, Gerald L., San Diego, Calif. Garden shower 
and method of making. 2,040,165 ; May 12. 

Baldwin, H. J., & Company Limited. (See Walmsley, 
Horace J. D. L., assignor.) 

Baldwin, Harold R., Carpentersville, 111., assignor to Elgin 
Manufacturing Company. Multiple filling machine, 
2 037,691 ; Apr. 21. 

Baldwin, Hornsby S., Perth Amboy, N. J. Air humidifier 
and cleaner. 2,042,289; May 26. 

Baldwin, John D., Jr., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
The Weatherhead Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Control 
assembly. 2,044,492 ; June 16. 

Baldwin, Philip S., Florence, Italy. Hydraulic trans- 
mission. 2,048,771 ; July 28. 

Baldwin, Richard B., Thornton Heath, assignor to Ths 
Accounting and Tabulating Corporation of Great Britain 
Limited, London, England. Paper feeding mechanism 
for statistical machines. 2,059,198 ; Nov.. 3. 

Baldwin-Southwark Corporation. (See Dinzl, Richard W., 
assignor.) 

Baldwin-Southwark Corporation. (See Duke, William V., 
assignor. ) 

Baldwin-Southwark Corporation. (See Francis, Harry, 
Jr., assignor.) 

Baldwin-Southwark Corporation. (See Galson, Henry L., 
assignor.) 

Baldwin-Southwark Corporation. (See Heller, Henry C, 
assignor.) 

Baldwin-Southwark Corporation. (See Kerr, Samuel L., 
assignor.) 

Baldwin-Southwark Corporation. (See Larner, C. W., and 
Kruse, assignors.) 

Baldwin-Southwark Corporation. (See McKee, G. S., and 
Galsou. assignors.) 

Baldwin-Southwark Corporation. (See Moody, Lewis F., 
assignor.) 

Baldwin Southwark Corporation. (See Neeson, Charles 
R., assignor.) 

Baldwin-Southwark Corporation. (See Neeson, C. R., and 
Locke, assignor.^.) 

Baldwin-Southwark Corporation. (See Sharp, Robert E. 
B., assignor.) 

Baldwin-Southwark Corporation. (See Wazau, Georg, as- 
signor.) 

Baldwin-Southwark Corporation. (See Weiland, Alfred, 
assignor.) 

Baldwin-Southwark Corporation. (See Zwickl, Joseph R., 
assignor.) 

Balensiefer, Frank, Fowler, Ind. Truck chock and anchor. 
2,036,910 ; Apr. 7. 

Balensiefer, Frank, Fowler, Ind. Spray deflector. 
2,065.549 ; Dec. 29. 

Bales, James E., assignor to Lyon Metal Products, Incor- 
porated, Aurora, 111. Locking device. 2,049,939 ; 
Aug. 4. 

Bales, James E., assignor to Lyon Metal Products, Incor- 
porated, Aurora, HI. Machine stand and cabinet. 
2.028.891 ; Jan. 28. 

Balfe, George T. (See Diehl, L. H., and Balfe.) 

Balfe, George T., assignor to Detroit Gasket & Mfg. Co., 
Detroit, Mich. Gasket and gasket material. 2,029,302 ; 
Feb. 4. 

Balfe, George T., assignor to Detroit Gasket & Mfg. Co., 
Detroit, Mich. Laminated material. 2,055,471 ; Sept. 
29. 

Balfour, L. G., Company. (See KifC, Earl, assignor.) 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1936 



Balfour L. G. Compauy. (See Niven, H. A., and Kill, 
assignoi's. ) 

Balsa, Louis, Bridgeport, Conn. Screw driver. 2,042,376 ; 
May 26. 

BalinUin, Isay, and D. A. Wells, Cincinnati, Ohio. Device 
employins fluid electrodes. 2,064,873 : Dec. 22. 

Balko, Cliarles U., Boston, assignor of one-half to M. Blaha, 
Versailles, Pa. FloatiiiK safe. 2,062.693 ; Dec. 1. 

Ball, Albert P. (See Webber, Thomas M., assignor.) 

Bali, Albert P., assignor, by mesne assignments, to Auto- 
mobile Ventilation, Inc., Detroit, Mich. Ventilating win- 
dow mechanism. 2,033,871 ; Mar. 10. 

Ball, Albert P., assignor, b,v mesne assignments, to Auto- 
mobile Ventilation, Inc., Detroit, Mich. Ventilating 
window mechanism. 2,033,872 ; Mar. 10. 

Ball, .ilbert P., assignor, by mesne assignments, to Auto- 
mobile Ventilation, Inc., Detroit, Mich. Ventilating 
winddw mechanism. 2,033,873 ; Mar. 10. 

Ball, -Albert P., assignor to Automobile Ventilation, Inc., 
Detroit. Mich. Ventilating window mechanism. 
2,033,874 ; Mar. 10. 

Ball. Albert P., assignor to Briggs Manufacturing Com- 
puny, Detroit, Mich. Seat back spring. 2,034,078 ; 
Mar. 17. 

Ball, Albert P., assignor to Briggs Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. Fastener for trimming material. 
2,037,301 ; Apr. 14. 

Ball. Albert P., assignor to Briggs Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. Ventilator construction. 
2,043,089 ; June 2. 

Ball, Albert P., assignor to Briggs Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. Welding tip. 2,051.284 : Aug. 18. 

Ball. Albert P., assignor to Briggs Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. Trim panel assembly. 2,051,673; 
Aug. 18. 

Ball, Albert P., assignor, by mesne assignments, to Auto- 
mobile Ventilation, Inc., Detroit, Mich. Ventilating 
window mechanism. 2,053,936 ; Sept, 8, 

Ball, Albert P., assignor, by mesne assignments, tr. Auto- 
mobile Ventilation, Inc., Detroit, Mich. Ventilating 
window mechanism. 2,053,937 ; Sept. 8. 

Ball. Albert P,, assignor to Briggs Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. Vehicle top construction. 
2,055.889 ; Sept. 29. 

Ball, Albert P., assignor to Square D Company, Detroit, 
Mich, Protective cover for electric switches. 2,060,603 ; 
Nov. 10. 

Ball, Albert P., assignor to Briggs Manufacturing Com- 
pany. Detroit, Mich. Chair. 2,063,780 ; Dec, 8. 

Ball, Albert P., assignor to Briggs Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. Chair. 2,063.781 ; Dec, 8, 

Ball, Alphonse, Sacramento, Calif, Condenser for steam 
clnthespresses, 2,048,669 ; .July 28, 

Ball Brothers Company, (See Exton, William T,, assignor.) 

Ball Brothers Compauy. (See Ludington, Lawrence L., 
assignor.) 

Ball Brothers Company. (See Stewart, Andrew H., as- 
signor.) 

Ball Brothers Company. (See Wadsworth, Frank L. O., 
assignor.) 

Ball, Charles A., assignor to Chicago Belting Company, 
Chicago, 111. Apparatus for treating adhesive. 
2,026.726 ; Jan. 7. 
Ball. Charles F. (See Merwin, J. C, and Ball.) 
Ball, Charles F., Wauwatosa, assignor to Chain Belt Com- 
pany, Milwaukee, Wis. Multiple unit concrete pumping 
apparatus. 2,060,409 ; Nov. 10. 
Ball. Charles F.. Wauwatosa, assignor to Chain Belt Com- 
pany, Milwaukee. Wis. Tandem valve concrete pump. 
2.062 200 ; Nov. 24. 
Ball, Charles O. (See Roddewig, G., and Ball.) 
Ball. Charles O., River Forest, 111,, assignor to American 
Can Company, New York, N, Y. Apparatus for and 
method of canning. 2.029,303 : Feb. 4. 
Ball, Charles O., River Forest, and P. C. Wilbur, Oak 
Park. 111., assignors to American Can Company, New 
York. N. Y. Method and apparatus for canning. 
2,040,726 : May 12. 
Ball, Donald A. (See Mills, T. J., Quick, and Ball.) 
Bnll, Donnlrl A. (See Quifk, C. (;.. B.ill, htkI Whitehead.) 
Ball, Everett L.. Lns Angeles, Calif. Percussion ore mill. 

2,047.171 : July 14, 
Ball, Francis J., Willow Grove, Pa., assignor of two- 
thirds to C. M, Biddle, 3d, Riverton, N. J. Garden flat. 
2,046.236: June 30. 
Ball. Frederick O,, and .\. J. E, Roualet, assignors, to 
Chrysler Corporation, Detroit, Mich, Internal combus- 
tion engine. 2.058,204 ; Oct, 20. 
Ball, George L., Jr. (See Long, J. S„ and Ball,) 
Ball, Hiirry V., Concord, Ma.s;s.. assignor to Irving Trust 
Company, Permanent Trustee for R. Hoe &> Co., Inc., 
New York. N. Y, Weh roll controlling mechanism for 
printing m.Tchines, 2,032,339: Feb. 25. 
Ball. Harry V,, deceased, late of Bedford, by L, C, Ball 
administratrix, Bedford, Mass., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to R. Hoe & Co.. Inc., New York, N. Y. Ink 
ing mechanism for printing machines. 2,048,366 ; July 

Ball. Harry V.. Concord. Mass.. and F. Lamatsch. Gr.nnt- 
wond. N. .T.. assignors, bv mesne assignments, to R. Hoe 
& Co., Inc., New York, N, Y, Plate clamp for printing 
machines, 2.066.192 : Dec. 29. 
Ball, Hnrvpy W. (See Bigler. C. L.. and Ball.) 
Ball, Harvey W. (See Buck, H., and Ball,) 



Ball, Harvey W., assignor to The Morgan Engineering 
Company, Alliance, Ohio. Machine for charging anneal- 
ing furnaces and the like. 2,028,038 ; Jan. 14. 

Ball, Harvey W., J. Kloos, and O. S. Jeffries, assignors to 
The Morgan Engineering Company, Alliance, Ohio. 
Hydraulic brake. 2,065.259 ; Dec, 22. 

Ball, John H., Abilene, Tex. Road striping machine. 
2,044,558; June 16. 

Ball, Joseph A., Los Angeles, Calif. Feeding device. 
2.059,199 ; Nov. 3. 

Ball, Lillian C, administratrix. (See Ball, Harry V.) 

Ball, P. DeC. (See Deschamps, Desire J., assignor.) 

Ball, Raymond H„ Scarsdale, N. Y. Salt shaker. 
2,035,256 ; Mar. 24. 

Bnll, Reginald D., Bradford, assignor to The English Elec- 
tric Company Limited, London, England. Polyphase 
alternating current motor. 2,039,050 ; Apr. 28. 

Ball, William, Wallington, assignor to British Adding and 
Calculating Machines Limited, London, England. Cal- 
culating machine. 2,043.221 : June 9, 

Ballantine, Stuart, Mountain Lakes, N. J., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Radio Corporation of America, 
New York, N. Y. Volume control for amplifiers. 
2,046,237 ; June 30. 

Ballantine, Stuart, Mountain Lakes, N. J., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Radio Corporation of America, 
New York, N. Y. Sound reproducing system. 2,054,647 ; 
Sept. 15. 

Ballantine, Stuart, Mountain Lakes, N. J., assignor to 
Radio Corporation of America. Variable mu amplifier 
circuit. 2.060,284 ; Dec. 29. 

Ballard, Harrie A., Beverly, Mass., assignor to The Turner 
Tanning Machinery Company, Portland, Maine. Ma- 
chine for operating upon hides, skins, and pieces of 
leather. 2,042,495; June 2. 

Ballard, Plarrie A,, Beverly, Mass., assignor to The Turner 
Tanning Machinery Company, Portland, Maine. Ma- 
chine for operating upon hides, skins, and pieces of 
leather. 2,063,974 ; Dec. 15. 

Ballard, Howard T., trustee et al. (See Pratt, Harry P., 
assignor.) 

Ballard, James M., et al. (See Hull, Dwight D., as- 
signor.) 

Ballard, John L., and R. L. Jenkins, Anniston, Ala., as- 
signors to Swann Research, Incorporated. Nitration of 
diphenyl. 2,033,370 ; Mar. 10. 

Ballard, John R., assignor to Bal-Rod, Inc., San Francisco, 
Calif, Apparatus for cooling food storage spaces, 
2.047,249 ; July 14, 

Ballard, Milton H., Beverly, Mass., assignor to United Shoe 
Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Machine for 
operating upon sheet material. 2,053.313 ; Sept. 8. 

Ballard, Milton H„ Beverly, D. W. Bunker, Quincy, S. J. 
Finn, and J. F. Hardy, Beverly, T. H. Seely, Melrose, 
and W. D, Thomas, Lynnfield, Mass,, assignors to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Machine 
for pressing soles on shoes, 2,047,185 ; July 14. 

Ballard, William O., Toledo, Ohio. Interior decoration for 
blown plastic ware. 2,054,553; Sept. 15. 

Ballauf, Fritz, Cologne-Mulheim, Germany, assignor to 
General Aniline Works, Inc., New York, N. Y. Azo- 
dyestuffs. 2,055,741 ; Sept, 29. 

Balle, Gerhard. (See Persiel, H., Balle, Grom, and Sem- 
mig.) 

Balle. Gerhard, Frankfort-on-the-Main-Hochst, assignor to 
I. G. Farbenindustrie Aktiengesellschaft, Frankfort-on- 
the-Main, Germany. Synthetic resins. 2,060,410 ; Nov. 
10. 

Ballentine, Earle W., assignor to Solar Industries, Inc., 
Chicago, 111. Rotor. 2,048,421 ; July 21. 

Ballentine, Earle W., assignor to Solar Industries, Inc., 
Chicago, 111. Blower. 2,058,123 ; Oct. 20. 

Ballin. Fred A., Jr., Los Angeles, Calif. Garment hanger. 
2,065,499 ; Dec. 29. 

Ballman, Edwin C, St. Louis, Mo. Shaft coupling. 
2,041,104; May 19. 

Ballman. Edwin C, St. Louis, Mo. Air cooler. 2,060,482 : 
Nov. 10. 

Ballmann. Ralph D,, Cincinnati, Ohio. Airplane wing. 
2.038,337; Apr. 21. 

Ballou, B, A., & Co. (See Morehousf, Eugene, assignor.) 

Ballou, Howard M., assignor to R. Blackinton & Co., North 
Attleboro, Mass. Producing engraved patterns for 
silverware and the like. 2,032,039 ; Feb. 25. 

Billion. Richard P.. Wilkinsburg, assignor to The Union 
Switch & Signal Company, Swissvale, Pa. Electron 
tube apparatus. 2,027,510 ; Jan, 14, 
Ballou, Wiilter T,, Los Angeles, Calif. Ignition gauge. 
2,039,051 : Apr. 28. 

Balls, .Arnold K., Washington, D. C, and T. L. Swenson, 
Chevy Chase, Md., dedicated to the free use of the public 
of the United States of America. Alteration of egg 
white. 2,054.213 ; Sept. 15. 

Balls. Arnold K.. Washington, D. C, and T. L. Swenson. 
Clipvy Chase, Md., dedicated to the free use of the public 
in the territory of the United States of America. Altera- 
tion of egg white. 2,062,387; Dec, 1. 
Bally Manufacturing Company. (See Chappell, Edward 

M.. asf^ignor.) 
Balmford. Alfred B., et al. (See Burn, Walter Scott, 

nssignor. ) 
Balojra, John .T., Wilkes-Barre, Pa. Undertaker's lay out. 

2,033,807 : Mar. 10. 
Balogh. Andrew M.. assignor of one-half to E. L. Hoyles, 
Chicago, 111. Fuel mixer. 2,064,720 ; Dec. 15. 



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Bal-Kod, Inc. (See Ballard, John R., assignor.) 

Balsiger, Harold E. (See Gurney, D., Balsiger, and 
Ott.) 

Balsiger, Harold E. (See Steiner, A. P., Wine, and Bal- 
siger.) 

Balsiger, Harold E., assignor to Landia Tool Company, 
Waynesboro, Pa. Automatic work driving device. 
2,04«.:i3S ; June 30. 

Balster, Albert, Chicago, 111. Table mounting for calcu- 
lating machines. 2,044,559 : June 16. 

Balthazor. .Vrthur E., Kaul^akee, 111. Front box fender. 
2,057,322 : Oct. 13. 

Baltimore Paint & Color Works, Inc. (See Levyne, Sidney 
A., assignor.) 

Baltiuioie i'aper Box Company, The. (See Ferguson, 
George K. S., assignor.) 

Baltimore Paper Company. (See Wensler, Charles J., as- 
signor.) 

Baltimore Valve Corporation. (See Peterson, W. F., and 
Walter, assignors.) 

Balton, James, Baltimore, Md., assignor of one-fourtn to 
J. Shapiro, Baltimore, Md., one-fourth to 1. Shapiro, 
Chicago, III., one-fourth to N. Shapiro, and one-fourth to 
S. Shapiro, Chelsea, Mass. Ice cream cone. 2,033,673 ; 
Mar. 10. 

Balyozian. Nicholas, Mansfield, Mass. Refillable plastic 
material container. 2,058,314 ; Sept. 8. 

Bala, Emil 11.. Pittsburgh, I'a.. assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Plaskon Company, Incorporated. Mold- 
lug powder. 2,056.442 ; Oct. 6. 

Balz, Emil H., Glenshaw, Pa., assignor to Duplate Corpo- 
ration. Apparatus for making safety glass. 2,064,514 ; 
Dec. 15. 

Balz, Otto, A. Leber, Mannheim, and H. Dickmann, Lud- 
wigshafen-on-the-Rhine, assignors to I. G. Farbenindus- 
trie Aktiengesellschaft, F.ankfort-on-tlip-Main, Ger- 
many. Fertilizer in granular form. 2.061,534 : Nov. 17. 

Balz, William G., assignor to Shakespeare Company, Kal- 
amaaoo, Mich. Fishing reel. 2,057,178 : Oct. 13. 

Balzer, Fred, Cincinnati, Ohio, and G. B. Knapnieyer, Cov- 
ington, Ky., assignors to The American Laundry Ma- 
chinery Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. Automatic formula 
control for washing machines. 2,064,053 ; Dec. 15. 

Balzer, Frederick L., Beaver Falls, Pa. Stoking device. 
2,061,130 : Nov. 17. 

Balzer, Werner H., assignor to Waltham Watch Com- 
panv, Waltham, Mass. Electrically operated signal. 
2,063,076 ; Dec. 8. 

Bamber, Arthur K., Brighton, England. Paving of tennis 
courts and the like. 2,042,377 ; May 26. 

Bamber, Millard J. (See Weick, F. E., iind Bamber.l 

Bamliergcr, Arnold, et al. (See Marotte, Maurice L., 
assignor.) 

Bamberger, Joseph, Cincinnati, Ohio. Signal device for 
motor vehicles. 2,060,483 ; Nov. 10. 

Bambino, Peter M., San Francisco, Calif. Combined shirt 
and suspenders. 2,035,360 ; Mar. 24. 

Baraford, Daniel, Middleton, England. Manufacture_ of 
squeezing or expressing bowls, rollers, and such like. 
2,041,520 ; May 19. , „ 

Bamford, Harry S. (See F.arnsworth, P. T., and Bam- 
fortl. ) 

Bamonte, Giuseppe, Plainfield, N. J. Fire detecting signal 
system. 2.058.288: Oct. 20. 

Bancroft, Charles, New Canaan, Conn. Rotary internal 
combustion engine. 2,037,450 ; Apr. 14. 

Bancroft, Charles, New Canaan, Conn. Rotary engine 
construction. 2,061,131 ; Nov. 17. 

Bancroft, Joseph, & Sons Co. (See Gibbons, John T., as- 
signor.) 

Bancroft, Thomas O., Monroe, La. Bag tube and making 
same. 2.059.200 : Nov. 3. 

Band Box Corporation, The. (See Pugh, Earl C, assignor.) 

Baiuloly. Erich, assignor to Taylor Instrument Companies, 
Rochester, N. Y. Magnetic compass. 2,027,952 ; Jan. 

Bandoly, Erich, assignor to Taylor Instrument Companies, 
Rochester, N. Y. Thermometer. 2,037,874 ; Apr. 21. 

Bandoly, Erich, assienor to Taylor Instrument Companies, 
Rochester, N. Y. Sphygmomanometer. 2,051,539 ; Aug. 
18. 

Bandura, Stephen M., Astoria, N. Y. Brake for portable 
tables. 2.058,205 : Oct. 20. 

Baner, Hentrice .-v.. exeeutri.v. (See Banner. Frank H.) 

BanfiPld, Frederic E., Jr., Saco, Maine, assignor to Saco- 
Lowell Shops, Boston, Mass. Builder motion for spin- 
ning and twister frames. 2.048.590 : July 21. 

Bangrntz. Ernest G.. Wilkinsburg, asfjignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Comp.nny. East Pitts- 
burgh. Pa. Vapor electric converter. 2,036.189 : Apr. 7. 

Banes. Rilph C;.. Providence. R. I., assignor to Juliette G. 
Wolff. New York N. Y. Vanitv en'-e. 2 043.726 : -Tune 9. 

Bancs, Ralph L.. Wakefield, assignor to Forest Wadding 
Company, Roxbury, Mass. Container. 2,058,757 ; 
Oct. 27. 

Banister. Xenia. Braintree, England, assignor to N. Stra- 
chovsky, Paris, and J. P. Paulsen, Viroflay, France. 
Pile fahrie nnrl the method and apparatus for making 
same. 2.052.071 ; Aug. 25. 

Bank of The Manhattan Company. (See Austin, William 
E.. assienor.) 

Banker Oscar H.. Chicago, 111. Torque tuhe support. 
2 0.'?2.SR3 : Mnr. 3. 

BanK-er Oscar H.. assignor to New Prndnets Corporation, 
Chicago, 111. Clutch mechanism. 2,042,454 ; June 2. 



Bankers Box Company. (See Peterson, Arthur E., as- 
signor.) 

Baiikert, Fred H., Ottawa, assignor to Chicago Retort & 
Fire Brick Co., Chicago, 111. Furnace wall and block 
unit tor making the same. 2,061,822 ; Nov. 24. 

Banks, Daniel B., Upper Darby, Pa., and P. D. Barton, 
Scarsdale, N. Y., assignors to Sun Oil Company, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. Dewaxing hydrocarbon oils. 2,059,106 ; 
Oct. 27. 

Banks, Harry R., Creston, Iowa. Travel guide. 2,045,822 ; 
June 30. 

Banks, Henry, Littlefleld, Tex. Lifting jack attachment. 
2,033.808 : Mar. 10. 

Banks, Henry A., Sioux Falls, S. Dak, Price tag holder. 
i;,053,124 ; Sept. 1. 

Banks, Ira 0., Higginsville, Mo. Radio antenna. 
2,047.092 ; July 7. 

Banks, William C. Jersey City, N. J. Third rail support- 
ing device. 2,048,367 ; July 21. 

Banks, William C, Jersey City, N. J., assignor to Shield 
Electric Company, New York, N. Y. Third rail securing 
device. 2,035,445 : Mar. 31. 

Banks, William C, Jersey City, N. J., assignor to Shield 
Electric Company, New York, N. Y. Electrical con- 
necter. 2,038,203 ; Apr. 21. 

Bannan, Philip L., assignor to Pacific Gear and Tool 
Works, San Francisco, Calif. Gear unit. 2,036,389 ; 
Apr. 7. 

Bannen, William J. (See Quartz, W. N., and Bannen.) 
Banner, Abraham, New York, N. Y. Reversible handbag. 

2,029,905 ; Feb. 4. 
Banner, Frank H., deceased, late of Rochester, N. Y'., by 
B. A. Banner, Rochester, N. Y., executrix, assignor to 
General Railway Signal Company, Rochester, N. Y. 
Making wrist pins. 2,027,573 ; Jan. 14. 
Banner Iron Works. (See Illig, Walter E.. assignor,) 
Bannister, Albert R. (See Day, P. B., and Bannister.) 
Bannister, Albert R., Sunbury-on-Thames. assignor to Brit- 
ish Emulsiflers Limited, Middlesex, England. Apparatus 
for emulsifying liquids. 2.056,931 ; Oct. 6. 
Bannister, Albert R., Sunbury-on-Thames, and F. B. Day, 
Teddington, assignors to British Emulsifiers Limited, 
Middlesex, England. Emulsification of butter and milk 
for the production of artificial cream. 2,064,402 ; Dec. 
15. 

Bannister, Bryant, Mount Lebanon, Pa. Sectional guide 
roll. 2,0.34,127; Mar. 17. 

Bannister, Bryant, Mount Lebanon, Pa. Apparatus for 
forming tubular blanks. 2.050.236 : Aug. 4. 

Bannister. Bryant, Mount Lebanon, Pa., assignor to Na- 
tional Tube Company. Apparatus for forming tubular 
blanks. 2,040,764 ; May 12. 

Bannister, Charles A., FirthclifEe, N. Y. Transmission 
band. 2,088,469 ; Apr. 21. 

Bannister. William J., assignor to Commercial Solvents 
Corporation, Terre Haute, Ind. Esteriflcation process. 
2,029,694 ; Feb. 4. 

Bansa, August. (See Schick. P.. and Bansa.) 

Banta, Clifford, Englewood, N. J., assignor to The Bar- 
rett Company, New York, N. Y. Production of motor 
benzol. 2.064,455 ; Dec. 15. 

Bantam Ball Bearing Company, The. (See Herrmann, 
Karl L.. assignor.) 

Banwer. William, Brooklyn, N. Y. Hand bag. 2,028,376 ; 
Jan. 21. 

Bany. Herman. Lansdowne. Pa., assienor to General Elec- 
tric Company. Electrical regulating system. 2,031,452 ; 
Feb. 18. 

Bany, Herman, Lansdowne, Pa., and R. N. Slinger, Sche- 
nectady, N. Y.. assignors to General Electric Company. 
Electrical regulating system. 2.068.077 : Dec. 8. 

Bappler, Charles T.. assignor to The Bush Manufacturing 
Company, Hartford, Conn. Radiator. 2.051,402 ; Aug. 
18. 

Barab, Jacob, assignor to Hercules Powder Company, 
Wilmington, Del. Blasting cartridge. 2,044,345; 
June 16. 

Baraban, Nathan. (See Hopkins, E. R.. and Baraban.) 

Baranoff. AndrS V., Saint-Mande, France. Electro- 
mechanical reproducer for gunfire. 2,042,697 ; June 2. 

Baranoff. Andrg V.. Paris. France. Apparatus for simu- 
lating artillery firing. 2.068,536 ; Dec. 8. 

Baranowski. Bronislaw, Brockton, Mass. Trap for ice- 
fishing. 2,045,063 : June 23. 

Bar.inowsld, Charles L.. South Bend. Ind. Combined salt 
and pepper shaker. 2.031.755; Feb. 25. 

Baranv, Edmund R.. New York. N. Y. Geometrical in- 
strument. 2.064.142; Dec. 15. 

Barbaresebi, Carlo, Milan, Italy. Pump for gaseous fluids. 
2.044,560; June 16. 

Bnrhav. .loseph P., St. Louis, Mo. Window. 2,066,134; 
Dec. 29. 

Barbe.Tu. Alexis C, assignor to S. Howes Co. Inc., Silver 
Creek. N, Y. Grain scouring and cleaning apparatus. 
2,065,500 : Dec. 29. 

Ba'beck. Joseph, Cleveland, Ohio. Switch. 2,049,149; 
July 28. 

Bnrhee, Frederic G.. High Point, N. C. Portable wardrobe. 
2.047,093 : July 7. 

Barber. Alfred W., Flushing, assignor to Premier Crysta'' 
Lnhor.Ttnries. Inc.. New York, N. Y. Electrical meter. 
2.089.267; Apr. 28. 

Barber Asphalt Company, The. (See Couglin, Edward 
T. A., assignor.) 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1936 



Barber Asphalt Company, The. (See Hayden, Harold P., 

assif^nor.) 
Barber Asphalt Company, The. (See Kuehling, Herman, 

assignor.) 
Barber Asphalt Company, The. (See Smith, Preston E., 

assignor.) 
Barber Asphalt Company, The. (See Weller, John H., as- 
signor.) 
Barber, Boyd. (See Dame, 0. V.. and Barbpr.) 
Barber. CJlillord L., and P. C. Ripley, assignors to Kester 
Solder Company, Chicago, 111. Solder for aluminum and 
soldering. 2,052,740; Sept. 1. 
Barber-Colman Company. (See Edgar, John, assignor.) 
Barber-Colman Company. (See Marcellus, Brooks, as- 
signor.) 
Barber Colman Company. (See Peterson, Surt A., as- 
signor.) 
Barber-Colman Company. (See Sadtler, Chester B., as- 
signor.) 
Barber, Forrest B., and R. H. Davis, Flint, Mich., said 
D.avis assignor to said Barber. Auto hood fastener. 
l'.058,.302; Nov. 3. 
Barber, Frank F. (See VoUans, Frederick W., assignor.) 
Barber, George H., New Eochelle, N. Y., and G. B. Pratt, 
Grantwood, assignors to Bond Electric Corporation, Jer- 
sey City, N. J. Flashlight. 2.040,423 ; May 12. 
Barber, Glenn A., Kent, Ohio, assignor to Wingfoot Cor- 
poration, Wilmington, Del. Handling strands. 
2.058,758; Oct. 27. 
Barber-Greene Company. (See Barber, Harry H., as- 
signor.) 
Barber, Harry H.. assignor to Barber-Greene Company, 
Aurora, 111. Road building machine. 2,064,807 ; Dec. 
22. 
Barber, Howard M., Pawcatuck, Conn., assignor to C. B. 
CottreU & Sons Company, Westerly, R. I. Sheet collect- 
ing and folding mechanism for printing presses. 
2,044,459: June 16. 
Barber, Howard M., Pawcatuck. Conn., assignor to C. B. 
Cottrell & Sons Company, Westerly, E. I. Web perfect- 
ing rotary press. 2.048,483 ; July 21. 
Barber, Howard M., Pawcatuck, Conn., assignor to C. B. 
Cottrell & Sons Company, Westerly, R. I. Web printing 
rotary press. 2.048,484 ; July 21. 
Barber, Howard M., Pawcatuck, Conn., assignor to C. B. 
Cottrell & Sons Company, Westerly, R. I. Web printing 
rotary press. 2,048,485 ; Juy 21. 
Barber, Howard M., Pawcatuck, Conn., assignor to C. B. 
Cottrell & Sons Company, Westerly, R. I. Web per- 
fecting rotary press. 2,048,486 ; July 21. 
Barber, Howard M., Pawcatuck. Conn., assignor to C. B. 
Cottrell & Sons Company, Westerly, E. I. Web per- 
fecting rotary press. 2,050,034; Aug. 4. 
Barber, Howard M., Pawcatuck. Conn., assignor to C. B. 
Cottrell & Sons Company, Westerly, R. I. Rotary web 
printing press. 2,057,360 ; Oct. 1.3. 
Barber, Howard M., Pawcatuck, Conn., assignor to C. B. 
CottreU & Sons Company, Westerly, R. I. Rotary print- 
ing press. 2,058,759 ; Oct. 27. 
Barber. Howard M., Pawcatuck, Conn., assignor to C. B. 
Cottrell & Sons Company, Westerly, R. I. Rotary print- 
ing press. 2,058,760 ; Oct. 27. 
Barber. Howard M., Pawcatuck. Conn., as^^ignor to C, B. 
Cottrell & Sons Company, Westerlv. R. I. Delivery 
mechanism fiir printing presses. 2,065,300 ; Dec. 22. 
Barber, Howard M., Pawcatuck, Conn., assi^^nor to C. B. 
Cottrell & Sons Company, Westerly, U. I. Double pile 
fiat; sheet delivery for rotary printing presses. 
2.0B5.:^01 : Dec. 22. 
Barber. Hnab H. fSt'e Hepburn, W. M., and Barber.) 
Barber, Jesse, Pullman, Wash. Grain separator. 

2,043,978 ; June 16. 
Barber Manufacturing Company, The. (See Jones, Roy S., 

assignor.) 
Barber, William R., Cama.s, Wash., assignor to Crown Wil- 
lamette Paper Company, San Francisco, Calif. Com- 
pressing compressible material into a solid pack. 
2,028,431 ; Jan. 21. 
Barbey, Jean W., St. Davids, and A. Bartschi, Oakmont, 
assignors to J. Edwards & Co., Philadelphia, Pa. Shoe. 
2,027,953; Jan. 14. 
Barbier, Henri, Geneva, Switzerland, assignor to Givaudan- 
Pelawanna. inc.. New York. N. Y. Open chain allyl 
citrylidene acetone. 2,051.812; Aug. 25. 
Barbiere. Michael, Huntington Station. N. Y. Ashtray for 
extinguishing cigarettes or cigars. 2.063.717: Dec. 8. 
Barbieri, Cesare, New York N. Y., assignor to Vortex Cup 
Company, Chicago. 111. Dispenser. 2.037,751 ; Apr. 21. 
Barbieri, Cesare, New York, N. Y.. assignor to Vortex Cup 
Company, Chicago, 111. Rotary cup machine. 2,049,417 ; 
Aug. 4. 
Barbieri, Cesare. New York, N. Y., assignor to Vortex Cup 
Company, Chicago, 111. Cup machine. 2,049,418 ; 
Aug. 4. 
Barbieri, Cesare. New York. N. Y., assignor to Vortex Cup 
Company, Chicago, 111. Making containers. 2,049,419; 
Aug. 4. 
Barbour, John B.. Trucking Company. (See Shipman, Wal- 
ter G., assignor.) 
Barbour Stockwell Company. (See Blanchard, Leon E., 

assignor.) 
Barbour Welting Company. (See Arnold, Pearl C, as- 
signor.) 
Barbour Welting Company. (See Vizard, "William C, as- 
signor.) 



Barcliard, Frank L. (See Sussin, Max H., assignor.) 

Barck, Julia C, et al. (See Slattengren, Henry A., as- 
signor.) 

Barclay, Frank R., Youngstown, Ohio. Safety traffic light 
tor automobiles. 2,041,315 ; May 19. 

Barclay, Robert E., Chicago, 111. Electrical discharge de- 
vice and electrode for same. 2,062,959 • Dec 1 

Barclay, Robert E., Chicago, 111. Gaseous conduction de- 
vice. 2,053,507 ; Sept. 8. 

Barclay, Robert E., Chicago, 111. Initiating and controlling 
S^S^*J1?.?-J discharge in a gaseous conduction path. 
2,062,960 ; Dec. 1. 

Barclay, Sidney F., Manchester, England, assignor to 
General Fire Extinguisher Company, Providence R I 
Nozzle. 2,027,954 ; Jan. 14. «=, j^. i. 

Barclay, William R., R. B. Woodcock, and W. T. Minett, 
Leicester, England, assignors to United Shoe Machinery 
Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Heel building machine. 
2,046,443 ; July 7. 

Barclays Bank Limited, et al., executors. (See Fair- 
weather, D. A. W., and Thomas.) 

Barcley, Gaylord A., South Orange, N. J. Body-encircling 
undergarment. 2,049,242 ; July 28. 

Barco Manufacturing Co. (See Bard, Francis N., as- 
signor.) 

Barco Manufacturing Co. (See Bard, F. N., Charles, and 
Gray, assignors.) 

Barco Manufacturing Co. (See Bard, F. N., Gray, and 
Priebe, assignors.) 

Barco Manufacturing Co. (See Charles, Carl L., assignor.) 

Barco Manufacturing Co. (See Gray, Thomas C, as- 
signor.) 

Barczewski, Walter. (See Eckard, C, and Barczewskl.) 

Bard, Charles T., Norwich, Conn. Automatic ball closing 
fitting. 2,030,019 ; Feb. 4. 

Bard, Francis N., Highland Park, 111., assignor to Wal- 
worth Patents, Inc., Boston, Mass. Plug valve. 2,028,181 ; 
Jan. 21. 

Bard, Francis N., Highland Park, C. L. Charles, Chicago, 
and T. C. Gray, Evanston. 111., assignors to Barco Man- 
ufacturing Co., Chicago, 111. Reverse gear. 2,029,404 ; 
Feb. 4. 

Bard, Francis N., Highland Park, assignor to Barco Man- 
ufacturing Co., Chicago, 111. Train pipe connection. 
2,057,130; Oct. 13. 
Bard, Francis N., Highland Park, T. C. Gray, Evanston, 
and A. H. Priebe, Wilmette, assignors to Barco Manu- 
facturing Co., Chicago, 111. Car connection. 2,058,124 ; 
Oct. 20. 
Bard-Parker Company. (See Parker, Morgan, assignor.) 
Bardach, Lloyd H., Hartford, Conn., and N. H. Curtiss, 
Passaic, N. J,, assignors to United States Rubber Prod- 
ucts, Inc., New York, N. Y. Making garter tabs. 
2,063,019 ; Dec. 8. 
Barden, William S. (See Grimes, D., and Barden.) 
Barden, William S., Grasmere, Staten Island, N. Y., as- 
signor to Radio Corporation of America. (Jarrier aug- 
mentation circuit. 2,041,040- Mav 19. 
Barden, William S., Stapleton, Staten Island, N. Y., as- 
signor to Radio Corporation of America, Heterodyne 
receiving system. 2,053,414 ; Sept. 8. 
Bardes, E. H., Range & Foundry Company. (See Mitten- 

dorf, William R., assignor.) 
Bardet, George A., Berkeley, Calif., assignor to M. J. B. 
Company. Key for tearing strip cans. 2,047,250 ; July 
14. 
Bardet, George A., and G. V., Berkeley, Calif., 

assignors to M. J. B. Company. Attachment for can 
labeling machines. 2,045,287 ; June 23. 
Bardet, George V. (See Bardet, George A., and G. V.) 
Bardou-Job, Pierre, M. J., and H. F. H^brard, Perpignan, 
assignors to Re, Saint-Marguerite, Caret, Pyrenees-Ori- 
entales, France. Insulating material for lining and 
other uses. 2,055,691 : Sept. 29. 
Bardrof, Frank E., Shaker Heights, Ohio. Mensometer. 

2,046,239 ; June 30. 
Bargnyi, Arp&d, Berlin-Steglitz, assignor to Voigtlander 
& Sohn Aktiengesellschaft, Brunswick, Germany. Photo- 
graphic camera. 2,033,506 ; Mar. 10. 
Bargnyi, ArpSd, Berlin-Llchterfelde, assignor to Voigt- 
lander & Sohn Aktiengesellschaft, Brunswick, Germany. 
Photographic shutter. 2,035.684 ; Mar. 31. 
Bar4nyi, Arpad, Berlin-Llchterfelde, assignor to Voigt- 
lander & Sohn Aktiengesellschaft. Brunswick, Germany. 
Shutter for photographic cameras. 2.037,360 ; Apr. 14. 
Bargnyi, ArpSd, Berlin-Licbterfelde. assignor to Voigt- 
lander & Sohn Aktiengesellwhaft, Brunswick, Germany. 
Photographic shutter. 2,047.662 ; July 14. 
Bar^nyi, Arpild. Berlin-Licliterfelfle. as=:ignor to Voirt- 
lander & Sohn Aktiengesellschaft, Brunswick, Germany. 
Roll film camera. 2.050,874 ; Aug. 11. 
Bares, Rudolnh. assignor to Vortex Cup Company, Chicago, 

111. Cup dispenser. 2,037,752 : Apr. 21. 
Bares. Rudolph. Chicago. 111., assignor to Dixie-Vortex 

Companv. Cun dispenser. 2,063.576 ; Dee. 8. 
Barfod. Frederick. (See Wirth. E. O.. and Barfod.) 
Barfoed. Svend, San Francisco, Calif. Oil circuit breaker. 

2.051,196: Aug. 18. 
BariTar. Frederick C, Columbus, Ohio, assignor to Pines 
Winterfront Company. Chicago, Til. Shutter control 
for internal combustion engines. 2,0.SR.821 : Apr. 28. 
Barge Electric Shoe Cement Press, Inc. (See Barge, George 
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Barge Electric Shoe Cement Press, Inc. (See Haselier, 
Herman, assignor.) 

barge Electric Shoe Cement Tress, Inc. (See McCormick, 
William F.. assignor.) 

Barge, George H., Jamaica, N. T., assignor to Barge 
Electric Shoe Cement Press, Inc. Shoe hottom attach- 
ing apparatus. 2,042,378 ; May 26. 

Barge, George H., Jamaica. N. Y., assignor to Barge Elec- 
tric Shoe Cement Press. Inc. Shoe sole attaching ap- 
paratus. 2,U6o,260 : Dec. 22. 

Bargielewicz, Joseph, et al. (See Borowski, Peter, as- 
signor.) 

Bargreen, Charles C, Streator, 111. Expansion joint. 
2.043.571 ; June 9. 

Baribeau, Romeo, Levis, Quebec, Canada. Measuring in- 
strument. 2,048,989 ; July 28. 

Barili, Arthur E. H., and G. R. Tremolada, Los Angeles, 
Calif. Tape match dispenser and lighter. 2,034,079 ; 
Mar. 17. 

Barish, Thomas, assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Marlin-Rockwell Corporation, Jamestown, N. Y. Bear- 
ing. 2,045,174 ; June 23. 

Barium Reduction Corporation. (See Pierce, James B., Jr., 
assignor.) 

Barkeij, Jean A. H., Altadena, Calif. Internal combustion 
engine. 2,048,051 ; July 21. 

Barkei], Jean A. H., Altadena, Calif., assignor to G. C. Ar- 
vedson, New York. N. Y. ' Internal combustion engine. 
2.034,368; Mar. 17. 

Barkeij, Jean A. H., Los Angeles, Calif., assignor to G. C. 
Arvedson, New York, N. Y. Internal combustion en- 
gine. 2,050,688 ; Aug. 11. 

Barkeij. Jean A. H.. Altadena, Calif. Internal combus- 
tion engine. 2,063,362 ; Dec. 8. 

Barkelew, Charles S., Los Angeles, Calif. Switch box. 
2,041,685 ; May 26. 

Barkelew, James T., et al. (See Simon. Alfred W., as- 
signor. ) 

Barkelew, James T., Pasadena., assignor to John Grant, 
Los Angeles, Calif. Well cleaning device. 2,048,095 ; 
July 21. 

Barkelew, James T., Pasadena, and H. B. Scantlebury, 
Altadena, assignors to John Grant. Los Angeles, Calif. 
Well cleaning device. 2,043,979 ; June 16. 

Barkelew, James T., Pasadena, and V. F. Ehrgott, as- 
signors to J. Grant, Los Angeles, Calif. Jar. 2,065,261 ; 
Dec. 22. 

Barkelew, James T., Pasadena, and V. F. Ehrgott, as- 
signors to J. Grant, Los Angeles, Calif. Rotary jar. 
2,065,262 ; Dec. 22. 

Barker, Andrew S., Palmyra, N. J. Furnace wall struc- 
ture. 2,059,766: Nov. 3. 

Barker, Charles B., Aurora, 111. Iron attachment. 
2,031,026 : Feb. IS. 

Barker. Charles E., San Francisco, Calif. Table leg 
length equalizer. 2,055,715 ; Sept. 29. 

Barker, Edwin H., Moylan, assignor to A. H. Wirz, Inc., 
Chester, Pa. Hopper for slugs or caps. 2,033,090 ; 
Mar. 3. 

Barker, Frederic R.. Georgetown, Mass. Pencil. 
2,026,815; Jan. 7. 

Barker, George A., Rochester, N. Y. Windshield cleaning 
device. 2.027.365 ; Jan. 14. 

Barker, George A., Rochester, N. Y. Crank case ventila- 
tion. 2,029,216 ; Jan. 28. 

Barker, Harry. (See Douglas, E. R., Heina, and Edel, as- 
signors.) 

Barker, Horace R.. Springfield, Mass. Fluid discharge 
device. 2,054,964; Sept. 22. 

Barker. Jesse W., Geneva, N. Y. Safety device. 2,043,365 ; 
June 9. 

Barker, Lyle M. (See Fowler, M. G., and Barker.) 

Barker, Maurice E., Edgewood, Md., assignor of one-fifth 
to Semmes and Semmes, Washington, D. C. Acceler- 
ating the aging of distilled alcoholic spirits. 2,055,060 ; 
Sept. 22. 

Barker, Norman M., Wadsworth, Ohio. Momentum meas- 
uring apparatus for golf practice and the like. 
2.047.402 ; July 14. 

Barker. Fierce, Highland Park, Mich., assignor to Fed- 
erated Metals Corporation, New York, N. Y. Metallur- 
gical furnace. 2,051.463 ; Aug. 18. 

Barker. Robert W.. Ardmore, Pa. Crankpin truing device. 
2.051,070; Aug. 18. 

Barker, Stacev, Superior, Nebr., assignor to Cherry-Bur- 
rell Corporation, Chicago, HI. Filter. 2,064,403 ; Dec. 
15. 

Barker. Virgil D.. Riverside, 111., assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Meas- 
uring apparatus. 2,030,956 : Feb. 18. 

Barker, William T., Jr., West Hartford, assignor to Hart- 
ford-Empire Company. Hartford, Conn. Glass level in- 
dicator. 2.053,938 ; Sppt. 8. 

Barks, Frank S.. St. Louis, and A. P. Fox, University City, 
assignors to Lincoln Engineering Company, St. Louis, 
Mo. Dispensing apparatus. 2.057.874 ; Oct. 20. 

Barks, Frank S., St. Louis, A. P. Fox, University City. 
and W. Z. Linders, Normandy, assignors to Lincoln 
Engineering Company, St. Louis, Mo. Lubricating ap- 
paratus. 2.060,456 ; Nov. 10. 

Barter, Richard C, and C. Burkhard, Goshen, Ind., as- 
signors to Continental Scale Works, Chicago, 111. 
Weighing scale. 2.066,243 ; Dec. 29. 

Barley. Lucile B., Harlingen, Tex. Brassifere. 2.057.224 ; 
Oct. 18. 



Barlow, Harry, and T. Birkland, Port Blakely, Wash. 
Chip's li£er;aving device. 2,060,792 ; Nov. 17. 

Barlow, Horace. (See Sosson, C. E., and Barlow.) 

Barlow, Owen. (See Ensign, F. H., and Barlow.) 

Barmer Maschinenfabrik, Aktiengesellschaft. (See Boch- 
mann, O., and Vollenbroich, assignors.) 

Barnack, Oskar, assignor to Ernst Leitz, Optlsche Werke 
G. m. b. H., Wetzlar, Germany. Coupling for distance 
meters and objectives of photographic cameras. 
2.038,261 ; Apr. 21. 

Barnack, Oskar, assignor to Ernst Leitz Optisehe Werke, 
Weizlai', Germany. Cinematographic and photographic 
camera. 2,041,632 ; May 19. 

Barnack, Oskar, assignor to Ernst Leitz G. m. b. H., 
Wetzlar, Germany. Photographic camera. 2,041,633 ; 
May 19. 

Barnard, Arthur E., Waterbury, and W. E. Messer, 
Cheshire, Conn., assignors, by mesne assignments, to 
United States Rubber Company, New York, N. Y. Mix- 
tures of natural rubber latex and aqueous dispersions 
of reclaimed rubber. 2,044,046 ; June 16. 

Barnard, Earl W., assignor to Morris Paper Mills, Morris, 
111. Setting-up collapsible containers. 2,031,090; Feb. 
18. 

Barnard, Edward R. (See Eastman, E. C, and Barnard.) 

Biirnard, Randolph H., Toledo. Ohio, assignor to Owens- 
Illinois Gla?s Company. Machine for forming glass ar- 
ticles. 2,038,519 ; Apr. 28. 

Barnby, Herbert A., Toledo, Ohio, assignor to Owens- 
Illinois Glass Company. (Container and closure device 
therefor. 2.044,602 ; June 16. 

Barnby, Hprbert A., Toledo, Ohio, assignor to Owens-Illi- 
nois Glass Company. Container. 2,049,795 ; Aug. 4. 

Barnecott, Charles F., New York, N. Y.. assignor to Cutler- 
Hammer, Inc.. Milwaukee, Wis. Delivery apparatus. 
2,053,315 ; Sept. 8. 

Barner, Lawrence D., Houston, Tex. Valve mechanism. 
2,063,655 ; Dec. 8. 

Barnes, Alexander, Carthage, Mo. Blade sharpening ma- 
chine. 2,038,470; Apr. 21. 

Barnes, Allen L., Oak Park, assignor to J. H. Hinsbaw, 
Wilmette, 111., as trustee. Dififerential mechanism. 
2,053,125; Sept. 1. 

Bames, AHen_L.., Oak Park, assignor to J. H. Hinshaw, 
111. Stereoscopic projection. 



Earring. 2,034,503 ; 



Trustee, Wilmette, 
2,053,689 ; Sept, 8, 

Barnes. Charles E., Philadelphia, Pa. 
Mar. 17. 

Barnes, Darrel M., and H. D. Dwight. Portland. Oreg. 
Making photomat. 2,061,930 ; Nov. 24. 

Barnes Drill Company. (See Johnson, Albert M., as- 
signor.) 

Barnes, Edmond G., Big Springs, Tex. Adjustable jack 
post bearing and belt tightener. 2.032.969 ; Mar. 3. 

Barnes. Frederick A., Cleveland Heights, Ohio, assignor 
to Bailey Meter Company. Pressure-tight bearing. 
2,042,166 ; May 26. 

Barnes, Frederick J. T., Brisbane, Australia. Cooling de- 
vice for liquids. 2,060,014 : Nov, 10. 

Barnes, George L., deceased, Los Angeles, Calif., M. O. 
Barnes, administratrix. Ground connecter. 2.029.149 ; 
Jan. 28. 

Barnes, (Jladeon M., United States Army, Hastings, Mich. 
Bmplacing member for gun carriages and mounts. 
2,030,051 ; Feb. 11. 

Barnes, Gladeon M., U. S. Army, Hastings, Mich. Piston. 
2,035,450 ; Mar. 31. 

Barnes, Gladeon M., U. S. Army, Hastings, Mich. Gun 
carriage. 2,049,420 ; Aug. 4. 

Barnes, Gladeon M., Hastings, Mich. Track for track- 
laying vehicles. 2,065,508 ; Dec, 29. 

Barnes, Gladeon M., Hastings, Mich., and W. E. Preston, 
Aberdeen, Md. Suspension for vehicles. 2.060.015 ; 
Nov. 10. 

Barnes, Hope, executrix. (See Barnes, J. S., and Guirl.) 

Barnes, Howard C. Westfield, N. J., assignor to American 
Telephone and Telegraph Companv. Meter for record- 
ing elapsed time. 2,048,052 ; July 21. 

Barnes, J. P., et al. (See Worden, Sam P., assignor.) 

Barnes, .Tames L.. Winslow, Ariz., assignor of one-half to 
T. G. Grieder, Winslow, Ariz. (Pooling the lubricating 
oil in internal combustion engines. 2,063,782 ; Dec. 8. 

Barnes, John B., assignor to Universal Oil Products Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Treatment of petroleum. 2,029,752 ; 
, Feb. 4. 

Barnes, John S., deceased, by H. Barnes, executrix, and 
P. B. Guirl, assignors to W. F. & John Barnes Com- 
pany, Rockford, 111. Metal working apparatus. 
2,030,562; Feb. 11. 

Barnes, John S., and P. R. Guirl, assignors to W. F. & 
John Barnes Company, Rockford, 111. Metalworking 
apparatus. 2,042,379 ; May 26. 

Barnes, Lawrence J., Dee Whv. Npw South Wales, Aus- 
tralia. Strap fastener. 2.030,503 : Feb. 11. 

Barnes, Llewellyn T., Hempstead, N. Y. Piston ring. 
2.052,160 ; Aug. 25. 

Barnes, Louis T. (See Hippen, R. W.. and Barnes.) 

Barnes. Marne 0.. administratrix. (See Barnes. (3eorge L.) 

Barnes, Thomas D. (See Mylius. W. G,, and Barnes.) 

Barnes Tool Company, The. (See Hammond, Grant, as- 
signor, ) 

Barnes, W. F. & John, Company. (See Barnes, J. S.. and 
Guirl, assignors.) 

Barnes, W. F. & John, Company. (See Svenson, Ernest J., 
assignor.) 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1936 



Barnes, Wallace, Company. (See Cook, Raymond W., as- 
signor.) 

Barnes, William B., Indianapolis, Ind. Oiling means tor 
planetary transmission. 2,027,012 ; Jan. 7. 

Barnes, William B., Indianapolis, Ind. Transmission. 
2,027,013 ; Jan. 7. 

Barnett, Charles R., deceased, Vineyard Haven, S. C. Luce, 
Jr., Tisbury, Mass., executor. Furnace control. 
2,058,945 ; Oct. 27. 

Barnett, Uarold M., Cleveland, W. O. Frohring, Shaker 
Heights, and A. P. O. Germann, assignors to S. M. A. 
Corporation, Cleveland, Ohio. Extracting carotene. 
2,032,165 ; Feb. 25. 

Barnett, Henry E., Summit, Miss. Window stop. 
2,064,721 : Dec. 15. 

Barnett, Henry W. (See Wood, A. B., and Barnett.) 

Barnett, Mathew C, Memphis, Tenn. Safety gas valve. 
2 037 302 • Apr. 14. 

Barnett, Walter, and A. R. O'Key, Leicester, England, as- 
signors to United Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, 
N.J. Dispensing apparatus. 2,030,908 ; Feb. 18. 

Barney, Fred H. (See Goehring, E. B., Barney, and 
Gourley.) 

Barney, Fred H. (See Gourley, W. J., and Barney.) 

Barney, Fred H., and W. J. Gourley, Fort Worth, Tex. 
Pitman yoke. 2,050,553 ; Aug. 11. 

Barney, Fred H., and W. J. Gourley, Fort Worth, Tex. 
Drive head. 2,053,508 ; Sept. 8. 

Barney, Fred H., and W. J. Gourley, Fort Worth, Tex. 
Coupling device. 2,053,509 ; Sept. 8. 

Barney, Freeman. (See Lee, J. E., Gylleck, and Barney.) 

Barney, Freeman. (See Lee, James E. and J. W., Gylleck, 
and Barney.) 

Barney, Jerome, assignor to R. K. Laros Silk Company, 
Bethlehem, Pa. Thread-cleaning attachment for wind- 
ing meclianism. 2,065,991 ; Dec. 29. 

Barnhart, Albert W., Youngstown, Ohio. Roller screen. 
2,041,105 ; May 19. 

Barnhart, George. (See Calcott, W. S., Lubs, and Barn- 
hart.) 

Barnhart, George E., Los Angeles, Calif. Golf club shaft. 
2.050,554 ; Aug. 11. 

Barnhart, George E., Pasadena, Calif. Airfoil construc- 
tion. 2,026,727 ; Jan. 7. 

Barnhart, George E., Pasadena, Calif. Airfoil construc- 
tion for airplanes. 2.026,728 ; Jan. 7. 

Barnhart, George E., Pasadena, Calif. Method and ma- 
chine for making tapered tubes. 2,029,552 ; Feb. 4. 

Barnhart, George E., Pasadena Calif. Golf club. 
2,034,936 ; Mar. 24. 

Barnhart, George B., Pasadena, Calif. Airplane construc- 
tion. 2,041,688 ; May 26. 

Barnhart, John W., Bronxville, W. Baumbrucker, Jr., 
Hempstead, and W. G. Dodge, Flushing, N. Y., assign- 
ors to News Syndicate Co., Inc., New York, N. Y. Ap- 
paratus for determining the surface texture and finish 
of various materials. 2.036.315 : Apr. 7. 

Barnhart, W. R., Jr. (See Ragan, Frederick H., as- 
signor.) 

Barnhill. Thomas W. (See Lauer, Rudolph L., assignor.) 

Barnickol, Perd, Jr., Tulsa, Okla. Coupling. 2,028,182; 
Jan. 21. 

Barnie. David A., Springfield, Mass. Air washing aevice. 
2.031,027 : Feb. 18. 

Barnitz, Emanuel B., Johnstown, Pa. Combination con- 
necter plug and switch. 2.059,926 ; Nov. 3. 

Barnsteiner, Alfons, Mansfield, Ohio, assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. East Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. Humidity regulated drier. 2,050,254 ; Aug. 
11. 

Barnsteiner, Alfons, Mansfield. Ohio, assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company, East 
Pittsburgh. Pa. Electric ransre. 2.063.975 ; Dec. 15. 

Barnum, Leslie P., Detroit, Mich. Manufacturing paper 
tacking strips. 2.037.205; Apr. 14. 

Barnum, Leslie P., Detroit, Mich. Paper twisting machine. 
2,0.51.674 ; Aug. 18. 

Baroeas, Abraham J., Brooklyn, assignor to D. N. Barocas, 
New York, N. Y. Electric light holder, especially for 
holiday wreaths. 2.033.173; Mar. 10. 

Barocas, David N. (See Barocas, Abraham J., assignor.) 

Barok. George D.. Columhus, Ohio. Indicaror for game 
apparatus. 2,030.845 : Feb. 18. 

Barol, Alfred. as.<?ignor to John Wyeth & Brother, Incor- 
porated, Philadelphia, Pa. Combined eyecup and bottla 
closure 2.065,501 ; Dec. 29. 

Baron, .Takoh, Oppeln. Germany. Apparatus for packing 
rolls of coins. 2.048.210 : .Tuly 21. 

Barothy, Charles F., Hinsdale, 111., assignor to Western 
Electric Companv, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Coin 
gauge. 2,nfi4.2PR ; Dec. 15. 

Barozzi. Gnido E.. Woodcliff, N. J. Dishwa.=:hing apparatu-«. 
2.029,695 : Feb. 4. 

Barozzi. Guido E., Woodcliff, N. J. Drying apparatus. 
2.037,559 : Apr. 14. 

Barr. Ch.Tles O.. assicrnor to Sealzit Corporation. Chicago, 
111. S"alin2 device for refrigerating apparatus. 
2.038.990 : Apr. 28. 

Barr. Fred W.. Yahk. Tiritish Colnmhia, Canada. File 
hnlrlp'- and •rui'^e. 2.038 R28 : Apr. 28. 

Barr, Harry F.. C. F. Arnold, and J. P. Gordon, assisnors 
to General Motors Cornnration, Detroit. Mich. Crank- 
case ventilation. 2.056,762 : Oct. 6. 

Barr. .Tobn T,.. Chevy Chase, Md. Parking device. 
2,065,958 ; Dec. 29. 



Barr, John L., Chevy Chase, Md., and J. C. Houghton, 
Washington, D. C, said Houghton assignor to said Barr. 
Steering accessory. 2,047,818 ; July 14, 

Barr, Roy A., and J. A. Luke, Whittler, Calif. ; said Luke 
assignor to said Barr. Exhaust oxidizing receiver. 
2.037,692 ; Apr. 21. 

Barr Rubber Products Company, The. (See Lee, John J., 
assignor.) 

Barre, Emil, et al. (See StaufCer, C. F., and Budlong, as- 
signors.) 

Barren, William A., North Andover, Mass. Drier felt for 
paper machines and the like. 2,047,542 ; July 14. 

Barrel!, William A., North Andover, Mass. Drier felt for 
paper machines and the like. 2,047,610; July 14. 

Barrentine, Thomas A., and C. M. Simmons, Greenwood, 
Miss. Farm tractor universal drawbar. 2,036,911 ; 
Apr. 7. 

Barrera, Frank, San Antonio, Tex. Bridle bit. 2,066,087 ; 
Dec. 29. 

Barret, William 31., and R. H. Slayer, assignors to Engi- 
neering Research Corporation, Shreveport, La. Electri- 
cal apparatus for locating bodies having anomalous 
electrical admittances. 2,066,135 ; Dec. 29. 

Barrett, Abner J., Webster Groves, Mo. Filter tube. 
2,057,814 ; Oct. 20. 

Barrett, Arthur M., Winnetka, assignor to The Barret 
Bindery Company, Chicago, 111. Temporary binder. 
2,034,171 ; Mar. 17. 

Barrett, Arthur M., and L. N. Udell, Chicago, HI. Method 
of and apparatus for making ice. 2,031,812 ; Feb. 25. 

Barrett, Berton A., Tuckahoe, and G. E. Perreault, Bronx- 
ville, N. Y. Brake mechanism. 2,028,491 ; Jan. 21. 

Barrett Bindery Company, The. (See Barrett, Arthur M., 
assignor.) 

Barrett, Carl A., Chicago, 111. Aircraft. 2,036,011 ; Mar. 
31. 

Barrett, Charles A., Brighton, Mass. Cable grip. 
2,035.446 : Mar. 31. 

Barrett, Charles A., Brighton, Mass. Trestle ladder lock. 
2,054,690 : Sept. 15. 

Barrett, Charles D., Altoona, Pa. Friction unit for railway 
car trucks. 2,065,992 ; Dec. 29. 

Barrett, Charles E,, assignor to Alexander Smith & Sons 
Carpet Company, Yonkers, N. Y. Pile fabric. 2,030,851 ; 
Feb. 18. 

Barrett, Charles G., Alexandria, Va. Razor blade sharp- 
ener. 2.053,690; Sept. 8. 

Barrett Company, The. (See Adams, Floyd W., assignor.) 

Barrett Company, The. (See Banta, Clifford, assignor.) 

Barrett Company, The. (See Bywater, Wilfred M., as- 
signor.) 

Barrett Company, The. (See Cole, Percy J., assignor.) 

Bai-rett Company, The. (See Cowdery, Arthur B., as- 
signor.) 

Barrett Company, The. (See Dillon, Joseph F., assignor.) 

Barrett Company, The. (See Drewsen, Pierre, assignor.) 

Barrett Company, The. (See Eckert, Clarence R., as- 
signor. ) 

Barrett Company, The. (See Ellms, Edward H., as- 
signor.) 

Barrett Company, The. (See Gallaher, Alvan H., assignor.) 

Barrett Company. The. (See Hagens, J. L. C, Rosenstein, 
and Hirschkind, assignors.) 

Barrett Company, The. (See Harshberger, Norman P., as- 
signor.) 

Barrett Company, The. (See Harvey, Edward W., as- 
signor.) 

Barrett Company, The. (See Harvey, E. W., and Beek- 
huis, assignors.) 

Barrett Company, The. (See Holdsworth, Richard A., as- 
signor.) 

Barrett Company, The. (See Hultberg, Gottfried, as- 
signor.) 

Barrett Company, The. (See Kenney, John A., assignor.) 

Barrett Company, The. (MacCuhbin, A. A., and Zavertnik, 
Jr., assignors.) 

Barrett Company, The. (See Meigs, Joseph V., assignor.) 

Barrett Company, The. (See Miller, Stuart P., assign- 
or.) 

Barrett Company, The. (See Moses, P. G., Hess, and Per- 
kins, a.'ssiii'nors. ) 

Barrett Company, The. (See Pearl, John W., asslenor.) 

Barrett Company, The. (See Radasch, Arthur H., as- 
signor.) 

Barrett Company, The. (See Reeve, Charles S., assignor.) 

Barrett Company. The. (See Robert. John, assignor.) 

Barrett Company, The. (See Smith, Daniel T., assignor.) 

Barrett Company, The. (See Weaver, Walter A., as- 
signor. "> 

Barrett Company, The. (See Woodcock, Joseph C, as- 
signor). 

Barrett Company. The. (See Yeager, Frank W., assignor,) 

Barrett Company, The. (See Yunik. Edward S., assignor.) 

Barrett, Edward L., assignor to Utah Radio Products Co., 
Chicaeo. 111. Remote control for radio receiving sets. 
2,046,910: July 7. 

Barrptt. Edward L., assignor to Utah Radio Products Co., 
Chicago, 111. Remote control device for radio receiving 
sets, 2,046.911 ; July 7. 

Barrett. Glenn .T., assisrnor to American Seating Company. 
Grand Rapids, Mich. Supporting rack. 2,026,858; 
.Tan. 7. 

Barrett, Glenn .T.. assienor to American Seatins Com- 
pany, Grand Rapids. Mich. Desk. 2,030,348: Feb. 11. 

Barrett, Harold J. (See Alvarado, A. M.. and Barrett.) 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



53 



Barrett, Ilarokl J., assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours 
& Conipany, Wilmington, Del. Finishing system. 
2,003.078 ; Dec. 8. 

Barrett, Harold J., Wilmington, and W. A. Lazier, Mar- 
sliallton, assignors to E. I. du Pout de Nemours & 
Company, Wilmington, Del. Alicyclic carbinol esters of 
polycarboxylic acids and making tlie same. ^,047,603 : 
July 14. 

Barrett, Harold J., Wilmington, and W. A. Lazier, New 
Castle County, assignors to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & 
Company, Wilmington, Del. Naplithenyl esters of poly- 
carboxylic acids and their production. 2,047,664 ; July 
14. 

Barrett, Harold J., W'ilmington, and E. F. Izard, Elsmere, 
assignors to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, 
Wilmington, Del. Ether alcohol esters of alicyclic car- 
boxylic acids. 2,063,144 ; Dec. 8. 

Barrett, Uarry B., Los Angeles, Calif. Combination pre- 
cision grinder and calipers. 2,031.357 ; Feb, 18. 

Barrett, Herbert J. K., Laurelton, Long Island, N. Y. Wall 
construction. 2,042,290 : May 26. 

Barrett, Joseph M., Cleveland Heights, Ohio, assignor 
to Bailev Meter Company. Valve. 2.040,591 ; May 12. 

Barrett, Joseph M., East Cleveland, Ohio. Exhaust fan. 
2,052,596 ; Sept. 1. 

Barrett, Leon, Philadelphia, Pa. Percolating unit, 
2,055,061 ; Sept. 22. 

Barrett, Sidney R., Westfield, Mass. Insulated wire con- 
necter. 2,036,561 ; Apr. 7. 

Barrett, Walter A., Fort Wayne, Ind. Bottle filling and 
capping machine. 2,032,040 ; Feb. 25. 

Barrett, Wendell D., Cedar Rapids, and E. E. Greer, Min- 
neapolis, Minn., assignor to La Plant-Chnete Manufac- 
turing Company, Incorporated, Cedar Kapids, Iowa. 
Earth moving device. 2,059,431 ; Nov. 3. 

Barrett, William, International Falls, assignor to The 
Insulite Company, Minneapolis, Minn. Stapling ma- 
chine, 2,052,440 ; Aug, 25, 

Barron, Abraham, Bronx, N. Y. Knock-down floor stand 
or similar articlf". 2.043.791 : June 9. 

Barron, Anderson Company. (See FrerTa, V., Staffier, and 
Sunderland, assignors.) 

Barron, Edward T.. Minneapolis, Minn. Automatic rip 
cord timer. 2,035,779 ; Mar. 31. 

Barron-Gray Packing Company. (See EricUson, A. M., 
and Gray, assignors.) 

Barron-Gray Packing Company. (See Gray, Herbert E., 
assignor.) 

Barrett, William E., Aurora, Ind. Volumetric liquid dis- 
penser. 2,042,455 ; June 2. 

Barrow, James T., New York. N. Y. Automatic hydraulic 
valve for water heating systems. 2,045,823 ; June 30. 

Barrows, Donald S., Rochester, assignor to The Symington 
Company, New York, N. Y. Journal box. 2,028,039 ; 
Jan. 14. 

Barrows, Donald S,, assignor to The Symington Company, 
Rochester, N. Y. Draft rigging. 2,032,840 ; Feb. 25. 

Barrows, Donald S., assignor to The Symington Company, 
Rochester, N, Y. Cushioning mechanism. 2,032,341 ; 
Feb. 25. 

Barrows, Donald S., assignor to The Symington Company, 
Rochester, N. Y. Draft rigging. 2,039.268 ; Apr. 28. 

Barrows, Donald S,, assignor to The Symington Com- 
pany, Rochester, N. Y. Draft rigging. 2,039,269 ; Apr. 
28. 

Barrows. Donald S., assignor to The Symington Company. 
Rochester. N. Y. Draft rigging. 2.039.270 : Apr. 28. 

Barrows, Donald S., assignor to The Symin.eton Company, 
Rochester. N. Y. Striking castings. 2,043,090 : June 2. 

Barrows, Donald S., assignor to The Symington Company, 
Rochester, N. Y. Journal box. 2,043.091 ; June 2. 

Barrows, Donald S., assignor to The Gould Coupler Com- 
pany, Rochester, N. Y. Cushioning mechanism. 
2,051,024 ; Aug. 18. 

Barrows, Donald S., assignor to The Symington Company, 
Rochester, N. Y. Draft rigging. 2.053,939 ; Sept. 8. 

Barrows, Donald S., assignor to The Symington Companv. 
Rochester, N. Y. Draft rigging. 2.055.275: Sept. 22. 

Barrows. Donald S., assignor to The Symington Com- 
pany, Rochester, N. Y. Draft rigging. 2,055,472 ; Sept, 
29, 

Barrows, Donald S., assignor to The Symington Companv, 
Rochester, N. Y. Draft rigging. 2.055,473 ; Sept, 29. 

Barrows. Donald S., assignor to The Symineton Company, 
Rochester. N. Y. Draft riggins. 2.059.962 : Nov. 3. 

Barrows, Donald S., assignor to The Symington Company. 
Rochester, N. Y. Railway vehicle. 2,059.963 ; Nov. 3. 

Barrows. Donald S., and G. F. Couch, assignors to The 
Svmington Comp.Tny, Rochester, N. Y. Draft rigging. 
2.039.266 : Apr. 28. 

Barrows, George A., and C. Blackburn, Santa Ana. Calif. 
Safety spring cushion for glass. 2.032.344: Mnr. 3. 

Barry, Edward R., Detroit. Mich., assicrnor to Gar Wood 
Industries. Inc. Tank truck and fluid circulating sy.s- 
tem. 2,060.484 ; Nov. 10. 

Barry. Gerald J., assignor to Philco Radio & Television 
Co'poration. Philadelphia. Pa. Indicating device for 
radio receivers. 2.041.106 ; May 19. 

Barry, James P.. Piedmont, assignor to Hammond Lumber 
Companv, San Francisco, Calif. Cooling tower. 
2.060.275 : Nov. 10. 

Barrv. T,eonard, Auckland, New Zealand. Trousers. 
2.060 775: Nov. 10. 

Barry, Walter M„ New York, N, Y, Lock guard, 2,049,796 ; 
Aug. 4. 



Barrymore, Orson C., San Francisco, Calif., assignor to 
A. E. Bodlnson, Alameda, Calif. Vehicle for mixing 
concrete and like materials. 2,038,158 ; Apr. 21. 

Barsch, Guillaume, Paris, France. Holder for dental 
thread or floss. 2,047,456 ; July 14. 

Barske, Ulrich, assignor to F. Kruckenberg and C. Stede- 
feld, Hanover, Germany. Hydraulic transmission gear 
for land vehicles in particular railway vehicles. 
2,003,145 ; Dec. 8. 

Barsky, George, New York, N. Y. Phenolic condensation 
products and producing same. 2,000,457 ; Nov. 10. 

Bart, Blasius, East Orange, N. J. Seamless tank. 
2.029,011 ; Jan. 28. 

Bart, George F., Long Island City, N. Y. Package for 
radio tubes and the like. 2,054,235 ; Sept. 15. 

Bartels, Hans, assignor to Telefunken Gesellschaft fiir 
Drahtloso Telegraphle m. b. H., Berlin, Germany. 
Amplifier circuits. 2,035,289 ; Mar. 24. 

Barth, Edwin J., Chicago, 111., and R. P. Corlew, Hammond, 
Ind., assignors to Sinclair Refining Company, New York, 
N. Y. Lubricating oil. 2,059,192 : Nov, 3. 

Barth, John, Cleveland, Ohio, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to The Robar Company. Receptacle. 2,039,764 ; 
May 5. 

Barthel, Adolph. (See Fain, J. M., and Barthel.) 

BartheL Hans, Cologne-Riehl, assignor of one-half to 
H. Huebner, Cologne-Dellbruck, Germany. Device for 
electrostatically charging materials. 2,049,940 : Aug. 4. 

Barthel, Hermann, Schweinfurt-on-the-Main, Germany. 
Roller clutch. 2,044,197 ; June 16. 

Barthel. Otto F. (See Curcuru, Liborio L., assignor.) 

Bartbglemy, Henri L., Rome. Ga., assignor to Tubize 
Chatillon Corporation. Artificial silk. 2,060,016 ; Nov. 
10. 

Barth41emy, RenS, Fontenay Aux Roses, assignor to Com- 
pagnie pour la Fabrication des Compteurs et Materiel 
d'tlsines a Gaz, Montrouge, France. Gaseous luminous 
lamp. 2,045.288 : .Tune 23. 

Barthelemy, Ren^, Fonteney Aux Roses, assignor to Com- 
pagnie pour la Fabrication des Compteurs et Material 
d'Usines a Gaz, Montrouge, France. Receiving appara- 
tus for television. 2,050,411 ; Aug. 11. 

Barthelemy, Ren6, Fontenay aux Roses, assignor to Com- 
pagnie pour la Fabrication des Compteurs et Materiel 
d'Usines a Gaz, Montrouge, France. Telecinemato- 
graphic emitter. 2,050,412 ; Aug. 11. 

Bartholomae, William, Brooklyn, assignor to Bar-Zim 
Toy Manufacturing Co, Inc., New York, N, Y, Musical 
instrument. 2.0.'55,474 : Sept. 29. 

Bartholomaus, Erich, (See Bockmflhl, M., Persch, and 
Bartholomaus.) 

Bartholomew. Frank J., Westfield, N. .T., assignor to Chem- 
ical Construction Corporation, New York, N. Y. Produc- 
tion of SOs from acid sludge. 2.028,713 ; Jan. 21. 

Bart'^olomcw, Frank J., Charlotte, N. C, assignor to Chemi- 
cal Construction Corp., New York, N. Y, Production of 
sulphuric acid from high oil acid sludges. 2,049,243 ; 
July 28. 

Bartholomew, Frank J., Westfield, N, J,, asignor to Chemi- 
cal Construction Corporation, New York, N, Y. Con- 
ditioning acid sludge. 2.052,544 ; Sept. 1. 

Bartholomew, James A., Greenfield, Mass. Automatic 
leveling device. 2,037,057 ; Apr. 14. 

Bartholomew, Tracy, Pittsburgh, Pa. Manufacture of 
cast slag articles. 2.044,198 : June 16. 

Bartholomew, Tracy, Pittsburgh, Pa. Treatment of slag. 
2,044,199 ; June 16. 

Bartholowsky, Joliannes, Los Anseles, Calif, Apparatus 
for producin.2 perspectives. 2,031,3.'i8 : Feb. 18. 

Bartimore, R. E., trustee. (See Bartimore, Roy E., as- 
signor.) 

Baltimore, Roy E., Milwaukee, Wis., assignor to R. E. 
Bartimore, as Trustee. Door hinge. 2,048,725 ; July 
28. 

Bartky, Walter, assignor to University of Chicago, Chi- 
cago, lU. Star finder. 2,032,829: Mar, 3. 

Bartiett, C. 0„ & Snow Company, The. (See Goodcll, 
F. H.. and Ross, assignors.) 

Bartiett, Edward R., executor. (See Bartiett, Lawrence 
M.) 

Bartiett, Frank A., Northampton, Mass. Box. 2,032,903 ; 
Mar, 3. 

Bartiett, Frederick E., Modesto, Calif. Poultry drinking 
fountain. 2,0.'?4.968 ; Mar, 24, 

Bartiett Hayward Company, The. (See Ford, Thomas L,, 
assignor,) 

Bartiett Hayward Company, The, (See Koether, Emil A,, 
a.ssignor,) 

Bartiett Hayward Company, The. (See Kuehn, Paul M., 
assignor.) 

Bartiett Hayward Company, The. (See Morton, Allen W., 
assignor.) 

Bartiett Hayward Company, The. (See Wagner, Fred- 
erick H., assignor.) 

Bartiett, Lawrence M., deceased, Buffalo, by E. R. Bartiett, 
executor. Bronxville. N. Y. Resilient support for env 
gines. 2.060,604 : Nov. 10. 

Bartley, John S. (See Huntley, G. J., and Bartley,) 

Bartling, Hermann, Bielefeld, Germany, Row of houses 
with displaced gangways, 2,026,664 ; Jan, 7. 

Bartlog, Charles, Milwaukee, Wis, Garment supporter. 
2,036,674 : Apr. 7. 

Bartol, George B.. Jr., Wynnewood, Pa., assignor to C. 
Howard Hunt Pen Company, Camden, N. J. Cutter. 
2,041,806 ; May 26. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1936 



Barton, Armaiid, assignor of one-half to A. B. Drummond, 
Chicago, 111. Cap. 2,032,521 ; Mar. 3. 

Barton, Charles W., New York, N. Y. Container. 
2,028,751; Jan. 28. 

Barton. Charles W., New York, N. Y. Cartridge syringe. 
2,032,559 ; Mar. 3. 

Barton, Chauncey C. (See Hall, G. W., and Barton.) 

Barton, Clarence H.. Indianapolis, Ind., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to W. C. Starkey, R. S. Pruitt, and W. H. 
Beal, trustees. Synchronizing mechanism. 2,043,692 ; 
June 9. 

Barton, Frank. (See Woodcock, R. B., and Barton.) 

Barton, Frederick C., Haddonfleld, N. .1., assignor to 
Radio Corporation of America, New York, N. Y. Form- 
ing phonograph records. 2,039,140 ; Apr. 28. 

Barton, James J., Youngstown, Ohio, and A. C. Clouse, 
assignors to The Fretz-Moon Tube Company, Inc., Butler, 
Pa. Automatic kick-off device. 2,057,131 ; Oct. 13. 

Barton, Jesse D., Columbia, S. C. Child's traveling com- 
mode. 2,046,805; July 7. 

Barton, Loy E., Collingswood, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Badioreceiver. 2,028,859 ; 
Jan. 28. 

Barton, Lov E., Collingswood, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Amplifier. 2,037,758 ; Apr. 21. 

Barton, Loy F., Collingswood, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Alternating current power sup- 
ply system. 2,050,599 ; Aug. 11. 

Barton, Loy E., Collingswood, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Radio signaling system. 
2,063,290; Dec. 8. 

Barton, Loy E., Collingswood, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Automatic volume control 
circuit. 2.063,577 ; Dec. 8. 

Barton, Loy E., Collingswood, N. J., assignor to Radio Cor- 
poration of America. Power supply circuit. 2,066,170 ; 
Dec. 29. 

Barton, Paul D., Scarsdale, assignor to Alco Products 
Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Combined rectification 
and refrigeration process. 2,028,432 ; Jan. 21. 

Barton, Paul D. (See Banks, D. B., and Barton.) 

Barton, Vincent, Huntington, Ind. Pipe wrench. 
2,063,220 ; Dec. 8. 

Bartow, John B., Blue Bell, Pa. Aeroplane lighting sys- 
tem. 2,064,722 ; Dec. 15. 

Bary, Victor A., London, England. Axle journal bear- 
ing. 2,059,167 ; Oct. 27. 

Bary, Victor A., London, England. Axle bearing. 
2,063,020 ; Dec. 8. 

Bartram, Thomas W., Nitro, W. Va., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Monsanto Chemical Company, Wilming- 
ton, Del. Stabilization of mineral oil compositions. 
2,032,787 ; Mar. 3. 

Bartram, Thomas W., Nitro, W. Va., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Monsanto Chemical Company, Wil- 
mington, Del. Motor fuel composition. 2,055,810; 
Sept. 29. 

Bartram, Thomas W., Nitro, W. Va., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Monsanto Chemical Company, St. Louis, 
Mo. Motor fuel treating process and products obtained 
thereby. 2,062,201 ; Nov. 24. 

Bartram, William B., Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, and J. H. 
Larmuth, Hill Crest, Upper Colwyn Bay, North Wales. 
Machine for scutching short fibers of flax, jute, hemp, 
asbestos, and other short fibers. 2,044,460 ; June 16. 

Bartsch, Otto, assignor to the firm Jenaer Glaswerk Schott 
& Gen., Jena, Germany. Making ceramic objects. 
2,043,222 ; June 9. 

Bartschi, Arnold. (See Barbey, J. W., and Bartschi.) 

Bartschi, Arnold G., Oakmont, and R. L. Huffine. Wynne- 
wood, Pa., assignors to J, Edwards & Co., Philadelphia, 
Pa. Shoe fitting index. 2.029,553 : Feb. 4. 

Baruch, Hartwig N., White Marsh, and O. T. Amory, New- 
port News, and O. A. Bloxom, Battery Park, Va. Heat- 
ing unit. 2,046,051 : June 30. 

Baruch, Hartwig N., White Marsh, O. T. Amory, Newport 
News, and O. A, Bloxom, Battery Park, Va. Heating 
unit. 2,048,675 ; July 28. 

Baruch, Hartwig N.. White Mavshr, O. T. Amory, Newport 
News, and O. A. Bloxom, Battery Park, Va. Heating 
unit. 2,048,676 ; July 28. 

Baruch, Sydney N., New York. N. Y., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Phase controlled oscillating 
system. 2,030,090; Feb. 11. 

Bary, Victor A., London, England. Seal for axle bear- 
ings. 2,036,453 ; Apr. 7. 

Bary, Victor A., London, England. Axle bearing for rail 
vehicles. 2,041,389 ; May 19. 

Bary, Victor A., London, England. Lubricated bearing 
for railroad vehicle axles. 2,041,390 ; May 19. 

Bary, Victor A.. London, England. Lubricated axle bear- 
ing. 2,060,793 : Nov. 17. 

Bary, Victor, R., Hendon, London, England. Axle bear- 
ing. 2.044,931 ; .Tnne 23. 

Barzen, Richard G., Kansas City, Mo. Self-priming pump. 
2,041,586; May 19. 

Bar-Zim Toy Manufacturing Co. Inc. (See Bartholomae, 
William, as.signor.) 

Basch, Eugen, assignor to Gallia Limited, London, Eng- 
land. Compositions for dyeing hair. 2,042,698 ; June 2. 

Bascom. Henry M.. Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to American 
Telephone and Telegraph Company. Telephone system. 
2,036,316; Apr. 7. 



Bascom, Henry M., Brooklyn, and O. A. Friend, New York, 
N. Y., assignors to American Telephane and Telegraph 
Company. Telephone system. 2,027,463 ; Jan. 14. 

Baselcr, Wolfgang, Munich, and K. Schieck, Frankfort-on- 
Ihe-Maln, Germany, assignors, by mesne assignments, to 
The Lamson Company, Syracu.<;e, N. Y. Device for the 
changing of switches. 2,054.027 ; Sept. 8. 

Baselt, Walter H., assignor to American Steel Foundries, 
Chicago, 111. Brake. 2,033,319; Mar. 10. 

Baselt, Walter H., assignor to American Steel Foundries, 
Chicago, HI. Clasp brake. 2,043,693 ; June 9. 

Baselt, Walter H., assignor to American Steel Foundries, 
Chicago, 111. Clasp brake. 2,055,959 ; Sept. 29. 

Baselt, Walter H., assignor to American Steel Foundries, 
Chicago, 111. Brake. 2,064,367 ; Dec. 15. 

Bashara, Samuel F,, Houston, Tex. Heel cushion. 
2,062,114 ; Nov. 24. 

Basher, Geoffrey G., Bakersfield, Calif. Oil well pump. 
2,048,422 ; July 21. 

Bashor, Julius D., Port Jervis, N. Y. Carburetor. 
2,027,263; Jan. 7. 

Bashur, Kenneth, Aurora, Colo. Ashtray. 2,044,377 ; 
June 16. 

Basic Metals Corporation. (See Svendsen, Svend S., as- 
signor.) 

BasicU, Nick. (See Wilson. Claud, assignor.) 

Basick Company, The. (See Herold, Walter F., assignor.) 

Baskin, Charles M., Montreal, Quebec, Canada, assignor to 
Standard Oil Development Company. Bituminous pave- 
ment and making the same. 2,062,348 ; Dec. 1. 

Baskin, Edwin T., Kansas City, Mo, Three fingered 
mitten. 2,027,084 : Jan, 7. 

Baskin, Herbert K,, Brooklyn, N. Y. Separable closure cap 
and locking member therefor. 2,058,206 ; Oct. 20. 

Bason, George L. (See Perry, Judson A., assignor.) 

Bass, Harry W. et al. (See McCarty, Madison P., as- 
signor. ) 

Bass, Shailer L., assignor to The Dow Chemical Company, 
Midland, Mich. Organic phosphates. 2,033,916 ; Mar. 
17. 

Bassani, Laurent. (See Valentin, A., and Bassani.) 

Basse, Charles, Wichita, Kans. High tension electric cir- 
cuit completing device. 2,056,118 ; Sept. 29. 

Bassett, Preston R., Rockville Center, and E. A. Sperry, 
Jr., assignors to Sperry Gyroscope Company, Inc., Brook- 
lyn, N. y. Attitude indicator for aircraft. 2,038,531; 
Apr. 28. 

Bassett, Preston R., Rockville Centre, and B. G. Carlson, 
Queens Village, assignors to Sperry Gyroscope Company, 
Inc., Brooklyn, N. Y. Inertia attitude indicator for air- 
craft. 2,066,193 ; Dec. 29. 

Bassi, Victor, et al. (See Dolan, J., and Granata, as- 
signors.) 

Bassick Company, The. (See Claud-Mantle, Arthur, as- 
signor. ) 

Bassick Company, The. (See Herold, Walter F., assignor.) 

Bassick Company, The. (See Logic, Thomas T., assignor.) 

Bassick Company, The. (See Logie, T. T., and Claud- 
Mantle, assignors.) 

Bassick Company, The. (See Moore, Raymond G., as- 
signor.) 

Bassick Company, The. (See Wiley, William R., as- 
signor.) 

Bast, Frank J., Queens Village, and R. A. Skinner, New 
York, assignors to Charles J. Tagliabue Mfg. Co., Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. Gas range. 2,063,834 : Dec. 8. 

Bastian-Blessing Company. (See Buttner, W. C, and 
Levings, assignors.) 

Bastian-Morley Company. (See Lonergan, Simon J., as- 
signor.) 

Bastin, Louis H. P., Bois-Colombes, assignor to Societe 

Generale Isothermos S. A., Paris, France. Bush. 

2,041,107; May 19. 
Bastow, Lloyd W., South Portland, Maine, Combined 

label and can-opener holder. 2,027,624 ; Jan. 14. 
Bata, Jan A., Zlin, Czechoslovakia. Machine for pulling 

shoes off the last. 2,062,083 ; Nov. 24. 
Batchelder, Stanley L. (See Howe, P. D., and Batchelder.) 
Batchell. George W., Toledo, Ohio. Leer. 2,045,259; 

June 23. 

Batchell. George W.. Toledo, Ohio, assignor to Owens-Illi- 
nois Glass Company. Shield for glass tank feeding 
shelves. 2,051,238 ; Aug. 18. 

Batcheller, Clements, Glens Falls, N. Y. Forming sheet 
products. 2,039,619 ; May 5. 

Batcheller, Clements, Portsmouth, N. H. Laminated roof- 
ing or sheet product. 2.041.041 : May 19. 

Batchelor, Jamie H. (See Griffin. G. O., and Batchelor.) 

Batchelor, John C, Edgewater Park, N. J., assignor to 
Radio Corporation of America. Television receiving sys- 
tem. 2,051,632; Aug. 18. 

Batchelor, John C, Collingswood, N. J., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Radio Corporation of America, New 
York, N, Y. Forming a screen on material. 2,062,858 ; 
Dec. 1. 

Batdorf, Charles S., Brooklyn, N. Y. Automatic telephone 
signal-transmitting method and device. 2,033,507 ; 
Mar. 10. 

Batdorf, Seymour, Lancaster, Pa., assignor to Liberty Can 
and Sign Company. Box. 2,064,241 ; Dec. 15. 

Bate. Russell O., Macedonia, Ohio. Weighing device. 
2.056,997 ; Oct. 13. 

Bate. William N. (See Cheetham, T., and Goodwin, as- 
signors.) 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



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Bateholts, Clinton, Hoosick Falls, N. Y. Electric clock. 
2,063,976 ; Doc. l."i. 

Bateholts, Clinton, assignor to Specialty Insulation Manu- 
facturing Company. Inc., Hossick Falls, N. Y. Making 
weatherproof sockets. 2,040,235 ; May 12. 

Bateman, Arthur T. (See Kosliirt, K. J., Bateman, and 
Irvine.) 

Bateman, Fred H.. and I. Trolley, York, Pa. Assisted feed 
planter. 2.053,390 ; Sept. 8. 

Bateman, Ralph C, Akron, Ohio, assignor to Wingfoot 
Corporation, Wilmington, Del. Tire mold and making 
the same. 2,064,778 ; Dec. 15. 

Bateman, William H. (See Leach, R. W., and Bateman.) 

Bateman, William S., Jr. (See Richardson, R., and Bate- 
man.) 

Bates, Arthur, Leicester, England, assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Sewing 
machine. 2,033,674 ; Mar. 10. 

Bates, Arthur, Leicester, England, assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Sewing 
machine. 2,033,675 ; Mar. 10. 

Bates, Arthur, Leicester, England, assignor to United Shoe 
Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Shoe and sole 
therefor. 2,054,188: Sept. 15. 

Bates, Charles W., West Springfield, assignor to Blair 
Manufacturing Company, Springfield, Mass. Snow plow. 
2.060,717; Nov. 10. 

Bates. Ellen S., et al. (See Hammers, James E. and 
B. F., and Buehler, assignors.) 

Bates. Frank, el al. (See Hammers, James B. and B. F., 
and Buehler, assignors.) 

Bates, Hamilton C. Chester, Conn. Folding receptacle. 
2,045,575 : June 30. 

Bates, Harry, assignor to Bate* Laboratories, Inc., New 
York, N. Y. Typewriter. 2,038,073 ; Apr. 21. 

Bates, Harry, assignor to Bates Laboratories, Inc., New 
York, N. Y. Typewriter. 2,041,736 ; May 26. 

Bates, Harry, assignor to Bates Laboratories, Inc., New 
York, N. Y. Noiseless typewriter. 2,060,718 : Nov. 10. 

Bates, Harry, assignor to Bates Laboratories, Inc., New 
York, N. Y. Noiseless typewriter. 2,G60,71&; Nov. 10. 

Bates, Harry, assignor to Bates Laboratories, Inc.. New 
York. N. Y. Toy typewriter. 2,061,342 ; Nov. 17. 

Bates, Harrv C, assignor to Coming Glass Works, Corn- 
ing, N. Y. Pipe joint. 2.038.629 ; Apr. 28. 

Bates, John B., assignor to Titemite Alloys Corporation, 
Euclid, Ohio. Aluminum alloy. 2,041,042 ; May 19. 

Bates laboratories. Inc. (See Bates, Harry, assignor.) 

Bates, Lloyd G., West Hartford, assignor to Hartford-Em- 
pire Company, Hartford, Conn. Apparatus for and 
method of feeding molten glass. 2.041.222 ; May 19. 

Bates, Lloyd G., West Hartford, assignor to Hartford- 
Empire Company, Hartford, Conn. Method of and ap- 
paratus for manufacturing bottles and similar articles of 
hollow srlassware. 2.047,173 ; July 14. 

Bates, Mortimer F. (See Sperry, E. A., Jr., Carlson, and 
Bates.) 

Bates, Mortimer F., assignor to Sperry Gyroscope Com- 
pany, Inc., Brooklyn, N. Y. Temperature compensated 
gyroscope. 2,047,186 ; July 14. 

Bates, Mortimer F., assignor to Sperry Gyroscope Com- 
pany, Inc., Brooklyn, N. Y. Automatic spiraling device 
for aircraft. 2,066,194 : Dec. 29. 

Bates, Ralph I., Dayton, Ohio, assignor to General Motors 
Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Valve for shock absorbers. 
2,026,769 ; Jan. 7. 

Bates, Robert, Athens, Tenn. Game apparatus. 2,066,244 : 
Dec. 29. 

Bates, Sidney E., assignor to Maintenance Equipment 
Company, Chicago, 111. Rail and flange lubricator. 
2,027.414 ; Jan. 14. 

Bates, Sidney E., and E. Overmeier, assignors to Mainte- 
nance Equipment Company, Chicago, 111. Lubricant sup- 
ply device for rail lubricators. 2.055,140 ; Sept. 22. 

Bates, Sidney Q., Houston, Tex. Plug back tool for ce- 
menting wells. 2,064,336 ; Dec. 15. 

Bates, William W.. Dayton, Ohio. Collapsible swing. 
2,044,964 ; June 23. 

Bath, John, & Company. (See Bath, John, and S. W., as- 
signors.) 

Bath, John and S. W.. Shrewsbury, assignor to John Bath 
& Company, Worcester, Mass. Work table and feeding 
mechanism therefor. 2,061,448 ; Nov. 17. 

Bath. Stanlev W. (See Bath, .lohn. and S. W.) 

Bathiany, Albert E., Jr. (See Miles, George B. and E. C, 
and Bathiany.) 

Baticle, Louis U. E. A., Paris, France. Gravity dam. 

2.058,979 : Apr. 28. 
Baticle, Louis U. E. A., Paris, France. Suspension bridge. 

2.062.983 ; Dec. 1. 

Baticle, Louis U. E. A., Paris, Prance. Suspension bridge. 

2.062.984 ; Dec. 1. 

Baticle, Louis U. E. A., Paris, Prance. Suspension bridge. 

2.062.985 ; Dec. 1. 

Batman, Lloyd D. (See Henry, C. P., and Batman, as- 
signors.) 

Batsel, Cecil N., Colljngswood, and E. W. Kellogg, Moores- 
town, N. J., assignors to Radio Corporation of America. 
Phonophotographic apparatus. 2,031.813 ; Feb. 25. 

Batsel, Cecil N.. Collingswood. and I. J. Larson, Oaklyn, 
N. J., assignors to Radio Corporation of America. Film 
gate. 2,032.393: Mar. 3. 

Battee. Elvin L., Sacramento, Calif. Universal Joint unit. 
2,037,803 ; Apr. 14. 



Battegay, Martin, Mnlhoiise, France, assignor to The 
Calco Chemical Company, Inc., Bound Brook, N. J. 
Preparation of the ether hydrochlorides of pseudourea. 
2,039,514 ; May 5. 

Battelle Memorial Institute, The. (See Williams, C. E., 
Krausp. and Lorig, assignors.) 

Battenfield, Daniel R., assignor to Moore Dry Kiln Com- 
pany, Jacksonville, Fla. Dry kiln. 2,055,834 ; Sept. 29. 

Battevman, Elmer P. (.S^e Verdei ber, J., and Batterman.) 

Battery Patents Corporation. (See Lewis, George S., 
assignor.) 

Rattey, Alexander J. (See Rabezzane. H.. and Battey.) 

Battey, Edith C, administratrix. (See Battey, Sumter B.) 

Battey, Sumter B., deceased. New York, N. Y., E. C. 
Battey. administratrix. Ejector mechanism. 2,033,174 ; 
Mar. 10. 

Battin, Cora B., Avenel, N. J. Garment clasp. 2,053,651 ; 
Sept. 8. 

Battin, Cora B., Avenel, N. J. Garment clasp. 2,063,021 ; 
Dec. 8. 

Battle Creek Bread Wrapping Machine Company. (See Lit- 
tlefield, Carl, assignor.) 

Battles, Stewart S., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Borg-Warner Corporation, Chicago, 111. Laminated 
metal barrel. 2,043,694 ; June 9. 

Bauch, George J., Milwaukee, Wis. Bottle opener and 
sealer. 2.041,391 ; May 19. 

Bauch, William H., Shelhyville. assignor to P. W. Cor- 
nelius, Indianapolis, Ind., doing business under name 
and style of Cornelius Engineering Company. Portable 
motion picture projector. 2,038,520 ; Apr. 28. 

Bauer Brothers Company, The. (See Woodruff, M. D., 
Mechlin, and Markley, assignors.) 

Bauer, David M. (See Birdsell, D. C, and Bauer.) 

Bauer, Edward G., Hoopeston, 111., assignor to Food Ma- 
chinery Corporation, San Jose, Calif. Green corn 
busker. 2,056.556 ; Oct. 6. 

Bauer, Edward G., and P. L. Angel. Pomona, Calif. Mi- 
crometer attachment. 2,062,961; Dec. 1. 

Bauer, Ernest K., assignor to Bigelow-Sanford Carpet Co. 
Inc., Thompsonville, Conn. Hand spreader for placing 
an adhesive on the back of carpets and rugs. 2,027,331 ; 
Jan. 7. 

Bauer, Ernest K., assignor to Bigelow-Sanford Carpet Co. 
Inc., Thompsonville, Conn. Machine for making pile 
fabrics. 2.063,221 ; Dec. 8. 

Bauer, George, assignor to New England Novelty Com- 
pany, Leominster, Mass. Method and apparatus for 
cutting phenolic resin. 2,049.412 ; Aug. 4. 

Bauer, Gustav P. C, Tonawanda, assignor to National 
Police Signal Company, Buffalo, N. Y. Police signal sys- 
tem. 2,057,656 ; Oct. 20. 

Bauer, Hans. New York, N. Y. Remote tuning system for 
radio receivers. 2.048.772 : July 28. 

Bauer, Harry E., Milwaukee, M. L. Fykse, South Milwaukee, 
T. Davidson, Milwaukee, and B. L. Lonngren, South 
Milwaukee, assignors to Bucyrus-Erie Company, South 
Milwaukee, Wis. Creeping traction. 2,035,858 ; Mar. 
31. 

Bauer, Hugo. (See Kolle, W., Hallensleben, Streitwolf, 
and Bauer.) 

Bauer, John, Chicago, 111. Sheet holder. 2,027.625; 
Jan. 14. 

Bauer, Jordan V., assignor to Stein, Hall Manufacturing 
Company, C^hicago, lU. Making ply board. 2,051,025 ; 
Aug. 18. 

Bauer. Paul B.. Westbury, N. Y. Telephone stand holder. 
2,061.449': Nov. 17. 

Bauer, Paul S., Cambridge, assignor to North Shore News 
Co., Lynn, Mass. Temperature meter. 2,049,285 ; July 
28. 

Bauer & Schaurte, Rheinische Schrauben u. Mutternfabrlk 
A. G. (See Schaurte, W. T.. and Thum, assignors.) 

Bauer, Stewart T. (See Ralston, A. W., and Bauer.) 

Bauer, Stewart T. (See Ralston, A. W., Christensen, and 
Bauer.) 

Bauer, Wilhelm. (See Lecher, H., Bauer, Zeh, and 
Bollweg.) 

Bauer, Wilhelm, Leverkusen-Wiesdorf, and B. BoUweg, 
Leverkusen, and L. Zeh, Leverkusen-Wiesdorf, Germany, 
assignors, by mesne assignments, to Durand & Huguenin, 
A/G, Basel, Switzerland. Preparing stable sulphuric 
acid esters of leuco derivatives of vat dyestuffs. 
2,033.118 ; Mar. 10. 

Bauer, Wilhelm, and L. Zeh, Wiesdorf, and B. Bollweg, 
Leverkusen-on-the-Rhine, Germany, assignors, by mesne 
assignments, to Durand & Huguenin A.-G., Basel, Swit- 
zerland. Manufacture of sulphuric acid esters of leuco 
derivatives of vat dyestuffs. 2.035,361 ; Mar. 24. 

Bauer, Wilhelm, and L. Zeh. Wiesdorf. and B. Bollweg, 
Leverkusen-on-the-Rhine, Germany, assignors, by mesne 
assignments, to Durand & Huguenin, A.-G., Basel, Swit- 
zerland. Manufacture of stable sulphuric acid esters of 
leuco dprivativps of vat dyestufEs. 2,035.362 ; Mar. 24. 

Bauer, William J., assignor to R. Lederfeind, New York, 
N. Y. Dispensing top for powder holders. 2,035,290 ; 
Mar. 24. 

Bauer, William J., New York, assignor to Laundry Equip- 
ment Corporation, Brooklyn, N. Y. Method of and ap- 
paratus for applying starch. 2,057,509; Oct. 13. 

Bauer, William G., New York, N. Y. Eyelid cap. 
2.044,965 : .Tune 23. 

Bauer, William G.. New York, N. Y. Eyelid cap. 
2.061,183; Nov. 17. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1936 



Bauerle, Charles E. (See Ward, W. J., Baucrle, and Dal- 
rymple.) 

Baugh, John H., Chattanooga, Teun., assignor to Hemp- 
hill Company, Central Falls, R. I. Hosiery and mak- 
ing the same. 2,044,966 ; June 23. 

Baugh, William H., et al. (Bee Kobinson, William A., 
assignor.) 

Baughman, George W. (See Logan, J. W., Jr., and Baugh- 
man.) 

Baughman, George W., Pittsburgh, assignor to The Union 
Switch & Signal Company, Swissvale, Pa. Electric 
cable. 2,027,222 ; Jan. 7. 

Baughman, George \V., Edgewood, Pa., assignor to The 
Westinghouse Air Brake Company, Wilmerding, Pa. 
Control circuit for electric brakes. 2,032,106; Feb. 25. 

Baughman, George W., Edgewood, assignor to The West- 
inghouse Air Brake Company, Wilmerding, Pa. Speed 
cuntrolled brake. 2,045,175 ; June 23. 

Baughman, George W., Edgewood, assignor to The West- 
inghouse Air Brake Company, Wilmerding, Pa. Re- 
tardation control equipment. 2,048,318 ; July 21. 

Baughman, George W., Edgewood, assignor to The West- 
ingliouse Air Brake Company, Wilmerding, Pa. Electric 
brake device. 2,052,199 ; Aug. 25. 

Baughman, George W., Edgewood, assignor to The West- 
inghouse Air Brake Company, Wilmerding, Pa. Re- 
tardation controller. 2,052,205 ; Aug. 25. 

Baughman, George W., Edgewood, assignor to The West- 
inghouse Air Brake Company, Wilmerding, Pa. Elec- 
tropneumatic brake. 2,061,890 ; Nov. 24. 

Baughman, Thomas A. (See Attwood, N. H., Munch, 
Lickert, and Baughman.) 

Baule, Gerhard H. J., assignor of one-half to Grace I. 
Haley, Syracuse, N. Y. Automatic change speed trans- 
mission gearing. 2,064,646 ; Dec. 15. 

Baule, Gerhard H. J., assignor of one-half to G. I. Hale, 
Syracuse, N. Y. Automatic transmission. 2,065,040 ; 
Dec. 22. 

Baum, August A., New York, N. Y. Milk bottle safe. 
2.037,361 ; Apr. 14. 

Baum, Erich. (See Herrmann, W. O., and Baum.) 

Baum, John L,., Ephrata, Pa. Clothes hanger. 2,032,246 ; 
Feb. 25. 

Baum, William J., and W. 0. Wilson, Jackson, Tenn. 
Brake. 2,046,806 ; July 7. 

Bauman, Harry G., Chicago, 111. Tube evacuator and sev- 
ering device. 2,066,245 : Dec. 29. 

Bauman, John J., Springfield, Mass., assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. Refrigerator control apparatus. 2,035,291 ; 
Mar. 24. 

Bauman, Louis C, St. Joseph, Mo. Wing target apparatus. 
2,058.289 ; Oct. 20. 

Baumann, Henry N., Jr. (See Benner, R. C, and Bau- 
mann.) 

Baumann, Henry N., Jr. (See Benner, R. C, Baumann, 
and Easter.) 

Baumann, Henry N., Jr. (See Blau, H. H., and Baumann.) 

Baumann. Henry N., Jr., and J. P. Swentzel, Niagara Falls, 
N. Y., and 1. M. Logan, Niagara Palls, Ontario, Canada, 
assignors to The Carborundum Company, Niagara Falls, 
N. Y. Insulating casting. 2.062.f162 : Dec. 1. 

Baumann, Karl, Wilmslow, England, assignor to General 
Electric Company. Multistage rotary compressor. 
2,042,496 ; June 2. 

Baumann, Karl, Urmston. and H. Sinclair, Surhlton Hill, 
England. Hydraulic coupling. 2,031,521 ; Feb. 18. 

Baumann, Werner, Paris, France. Quick firing arm. 
2,042,449 : June 2. 

Baumbach, Emil A., Chicaao, 111. Combined drill and bor- 
ing tool. 2,050,413 ; Aug. 11. 

Baumbrucker, Willium, Jr. (See Barnhart, J. W., Br.um- 
brucker, and Dodge.) 

Baumeister, Paul A,, Flushing, and A, D. Saunders, Great 
Neck, assignors to The Arthur A. Johnson Corporation, 
Long Island City, N. Y. Dust remover for drills and 
the like. 2,041,689 : May 26. 

Baumeister, Paul A., Flushing, and A. D. Saunders, Great 
Neck, assignors to The Arthur A. Johnson Corporation, 
Long Island City, N. Y. Pneumatic drill. 2,041,690 ; 
May 26. 

Baumer, Norbert J., Baltimore, Md. Candle lamp. 
2,050,151 ; Aug. 4. 

Baumert. Karl, and P. Chapman. Elizahethton, Tenn., as- 
signor to North -Vmerica Ravon Corporation, New York, 
N. Y. Pressure gauge. 2,034,046 : Mar. 17. 

Baumes, Floyd T., Denver, Colo. Siphonproof gasoline 
tank. 2,043,223 ; June 9. 

Baumgardner, Carl, Lakewood, Ohio. Casket truck. 
2,049,683 ; Aug. 4. 

Baumgardner, Versal F., Celina, Ohio. Spreading ma- 
chine. 2,046,603 : Julv 7. 

Baumaardner. Versal F., Celina, Ohio. Hitch means. 
2,050,518 ; Aug. 11. 

Baumgarten, Arthur W., Joliet Township. Will County, 
and H. S. Pardee, Ravinia, assignors, bv mesne assign- 
ments, to Hydromatic Corporation, Chicago, 111. Trol- 
ley collector. 2,063,291 : Dec. 8. 

Baumgarten, Leopold, Washington, D, C, assignor to The 
Hill-Independent Mfg. Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Ink- 
ing attachment for hand stamps. 2,038,338 ; Apr. 21. 

Baumgarten, Richard. (See Salzberger, A., and Baum- 
garten. assignors.) 

Baumcrartner, Emil, Bienne, Switzerland. Change speed. 
2,047,174 ; July 14. 



Baumgartner, Emil, Bienne, Switzerland. Change speed. 
2,049,103 ; July 28. 

Banmgiirtner, Wilhelm, assignor to P. Franke and R. 
Heidecke, Brunswick, Germany. Device tor parallax 
adjustment in photographic cameras. 2,048,773 ; July 
28. 

Baumhauer, Louie G., Birmingham, Ala. Roofing ridge 
roll. 2,040,290 ; May 12. 

Baumheckel, William M., Connersvile, Ind. Internal com- 
bustion engine. 2,043,146 ; June 2. 

Bauml, Jacques M., assignor, to Arinaud Zouckerniann, 
I'aris, France. Advertising apparatus. 2,005,959 ; Dec. 
29. 

Bauml, Johannes. (See Bauml, Maximilian, assignor.) 

Biiuml, Maximilian, assignor of one-half to Joliauues 
IJiiunil, \ ieuna, Austria. Measuring appliance. 
2,065.900 ; Dec. 29. 

Baumwell, Joseph, Chicago, assignor to H. D. Medbery, 
Oak Park, 111. Surgical dressing. 2,052,072 ; Aug. 25. 

Baur, Karl, Ludwigshafen-on-the-Rhine, Germany, assignor, 
by mesne assignments, to Union Carbide and Carbon Cor- 
poration. Making products including aliphatic alde- 
hydes. 2,031.200: Feb. 18. 

Baur, v. R. (See Nagy, Stephen A., assignor.) 

Baur, William R., Philadelphia, Pa. Decorative article 
and producing same. 2,056,151 ; Oct. 6. 

Bauriedel, Gotthard. (See Hartman, A., and Bauriedel.) 

Bauriedel, Gotthaid, and E. Knehe, Barmen, Germany, 
assignors to American Bemberg Corporation, New York, 
N. Y. Production of artificial silk by the stretch spin- 
ning process. 2,027,895 ; Jan. 14. 

Bauroth, Walter J., assignor to The Jeffrey Manufacturing 
Company, Columbus, Ohio. Fuse and switch receptacle. 
2,026,957 : Jan. 7. 

Bausch, Carl L., assignor to Bausch & Lomb Optical Com- 
pany, Rochester, N. Y. Ophthalmic lens and making 
same. 2,057,179; Oct. 13. 

Bausch, Carl L., assignor to Bausch & Lomb Optical Com- 
pany, Rochester, N. Y. Ophthalmic lens and making 
same. 2,065,502 ; Dec. 29. 

Bausch, Edward, and H. F. Kurtz, assignors to Bausch & 
Lomb Optical Company, Rochester, N. Y. Projection 
apparatus. 2,064,368 ; Dec. 15. 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. (See Bausch, Carl L., 
assignor.) 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. (See Bausch, E., and 
Kurtz, assignors.) 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. (See Bausch, William, 
assignor.) 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. (See Bouchard, Samuel 
E., assignor.) 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. (See Diggins, Bartholo- 
mew A., assignor.) 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. (See Ellestad, Ger- 
hard A., assignor.) 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. (See Ellestad, G. A., 
and S.almon, assignors.) 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. (See Fassin, Gustave, 
assignor.) 

Bausch & Lomh Optical Company. (See Forrest, J. W., 
and Fassin, assignors.) 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. (See Foster, Leon V., 
assignor.) 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. (See Foster, L. V., and 

Kurtz, assignors.) 
Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. (See Gallasch, George 

B., assignor.) 
Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. (See Hamilton, Fred- 
erick, assignor.) 
Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. (See Hubhell, Daniel 

D., assignor.) 
Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. (See Kramer, Cletus 

F., assignor.) 
Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. (See McCabe, Joseph 

J., assignor.) 
Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. (See Newell, Howard 

J., assignor.) 
Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. (See Reh, Edward J.. 

assignor.) 
Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. (See Salmon, Chester 

G., assignor.) 
Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. (See Scott, Murray R., 

assignor, ) 
Bausch & Lomu Optical Company. (See Simpson, Leon G., 

assignor.) 
Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. (See Sterling, Scott, 

assignor.) 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. (See Trautmann, Otto 
E.. assignor. ) 

Bausch, William, assignor to Bausch & Lomb Optical Com- 
pany, Rochester, N. Y. Making ophthalmic lenses. 
2,026,606: .Tan, 7. 

Bausch, William, assignor to Bausch & Lomb Optical Com- 
pany, Rochester, N. Y. Manufacture of ophthalmic 
lenses. 2,059.767 ; Nov, 3. 

Bavin. George D.. Los Angeles, and M. Powell, San Gabriel, 
assignors to Specialty Sales Corporation, Ltd.. Los 
Angeles, Calif. Dehydrating oil emulsions. 2,056,668 ; 
Oct. 6. 

Bax, Lionel D., Denver, Colo. Piston ring. 2,042,820; 
June 2. 

Baxendale, Samuel, Dearborn, Mich. Feed collet. 
2,037.304 : Apr. 14. 

Baxenden, Thomas G. (See Collyear, John R., assignor.) 



LIST OF TATEXTEES 



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Baxter, Berry A., assit;tior to G. C. Baxter, Altadena 
Calii. Vacuum cleaner. 2,0:U),133 ; Keb. 11. 

Baxter, Don, Inc. (See Edwards, Hiram W., a.ssisnor. ) 

Baxter. Don, Inc., trustee. (See Kdwards, lliram W., 
n.ssignor.) 

Baxter, Donald L., Rutherford, N. J., assignor to The West- 
ern Union Telegraph Company, New York, N. Y. Wire 
connecting sleeve. 2,00-, 086 ; Dec. 1. 

Baxter, Gladys C. (See Baxter, Berry A., assignor.) 

Baxter, Howard F., assignor to Baxter Laundries Corpo- 
ration, Grand Rapids, Mich. Dial checked chart. 
2,040,119; May 12. 

Baxter, .John P., Widnes, England, assignor to Imperial 
Chemical Industries Ijimited. Manufacture of hydro- 
chloric acid. 2,047,611 ; .Inly 14. 

Baxter Laundries Corporation. (See Baxter, Howard F., 
assignor.) 

Baxter, Richard C, and L. D. Stewart, Electra, Tex. Naph- 
tha cleaning plant. 2,051,126 ; Aug. 18. 

Baxter, William C, Newtown, Conn. Food product and 
mailing same. 2,065.550 : Dec. 20. 

Baxter, William C, Beverly, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Macliinery Corporation. Paterson, N. J. Slashing 
machine. 2,044,870 ; June 23. 

Baxter, William F., Beach Haven, N. J., assignor to Aber- 
crombie & Fitch Company, New York, N. Y. Fishing 
harness. 2,060,751 ; Nov. 10. 

Bayer Hnrrv. New York. N. Y. Compact sun rest. 
2,034. :^6n ; Mar. 17. 

Bayer, Ignatz, Detroit. Mich., J. Bayer, administrator of 
said Iguatz Bayer, deceased. Projector for surface pro- 
jectiles. 2,048,915 ; July 28. 

Bayer, John, administrator. (See Bayer, Ignatz.) 

Bayer, Josef. Ludwigshafen-on-the-Rhine, assignor to 1. G. 
Parhenindustrie Aktiengesellschat't, Frankfort-on-the- 
Main, Germany. Production of oleum. 2,034,554 ; Mar. 
17. 

Bayer, Joseph, Ludwigsliafen-on-the-Ehlne, A. Haltmeier, 
Cologne, and K. Henckv, Leverkusen, Germany, assign- 
ors to I. G. Farbenindustrie Aktiengesellschaft, Frank- 
fort-on-the-Main, Germany. Carrying out exothermic 
catalytic gas reactions. 2.020.604 : Feb. 4. 

Bayer, Leo J., St. Louis, Mo. Boiler cleaner. 2,039,874 ; 
May 5. 

Bayer, Leo J., St. Louis, Mo. Boiler cleaner support. 
2,051,069 ; Aug. 18. 

Bayer, Leo J., St. Louis, Mo. Soot blower. 2,059,193 ; 
Nov. 3. 

Bayer, O^to. (See Miinz. F., and Ba.ver.l 

Bayer, Richard, Bochum-Gerthe, Germany, assignor to 
Friedrich Uhde, Dortmund, Germany. Reducing organic 
substances. 2.057,906 : Oct. 20. 

Bayer-Semesan Company. (See Engelmann, Max, as- 
signor.) 

Bayerdorfer, Otto, Stuttgart-Bad Cannstatt, assignor to 
Robert Bosch Aktiengesellschaft. Stuttgart, Germany. 
Lighting generator. 2.056,557 ; Oct. 6. 

Bayerische Stickstoff-Werke, Aktiengesellschaft. (See 
Heimann, Hugo, assignor.) 

Bayerl, Alfons. (See Kosslinger. K., and Bayerl.) 

Bayle, Russell M.. Wilkinsburg. Pa., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company. Motor con- 
trol system. 2,032,107 ; Feb. 25. 

Bavles, Lewis C, Easton, Pa., assignor to Ingersoll-Rand 
Company, Jersey City, N. J. Rock drill. 2,036,675 ; 
Apr. 7. 

Bayless, Frank B.. Oil City, Pa., assignor to Oil Well Sup- 
ply Company, Dallas, Tex. Straightening and testing 
long metal articles. 2,040.830: Aug. 4. 

Bayley Blower Company. (See Szekely, Ernest, assignor.) 

Bayley, Colin H. (See Cambron. A., and Bayley.) 

Bayley. Elden D. (See Bayley, William D.. and E. D.) 

Baylev, Thomas W.. Los Angeles, Calif. Abrasive article. 
2,046,240 ; June 30. 

Bayley, William, Company, The. (See Bayley, William D., 
apslgnor.) 

Bayley, William, Company, The. (See Bayley, William 
D.. and E. D.. assignors.) 

Bayley. William D., assignor to The William Bayley Com- 
pany, Springfield, Ohio. Detention window. 2,042,876 ; 
' June 2. 

Bayley, William D., assignor to The William Bayley Com- 
pany, Springfield, Ohio. Closure for detention window- 
guard assemblies. 2,064.334; Dec. 15. 

Bayley, William D., assignor to The William Bayley Com- 
pany, Springfield, Ohio. Window assembly. 2,064,335 ; 
Dec. 15. 

Bayley. William D. and E. D., assignors to The William 
Bavlpv Company, Springfield, Ohio. Detention window. 
2.0'43.'207 : June 2. 

Baylis, Daniel L. (See Angelus, L., and Baylis.) 

Baylocq. Francois. (See Berth^lemy, P., and Ba.ylocq.l 

Baynes, Edward C, Birminirham, Mich. Sheet metal nut 
and mnkinff same. 2.026.859: Jan. 7. 

Bay State Optical Company. (See Nerney, George E., as- 
signor.) 

Bay State Optical Company. (See Sundstrom, Ivar, as- 
signor.) 

Bays, George S., assignor to Stanolind Oil and Gas Com- 
pany. Tulsa. Okla. Apparatus for treating petroleum 
emulsions. 2.056.763 : Oct. 6. 

Bazeley, Arthur J.. Shaker Heights, assignor to National 
Malleable and Steel Castings Company, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Uncoupling mechanism. 2,041,807 ; May 26. 



Bazeley, Arthur J., assignor to National Malleable & Steel 
Castings Company, Cleveland, Oliio. Uncoupling mech- 
anism for railway cars. 2,051,:i61 ; Aug. 18. 

Bazeley, Arthur J., Shaker Heights, assignor to National 
Malleable and Steel Castings Company, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Uncoupling mechanism for car couplers. 2,051,362 ; Aug. 
18. 

Bazzoni, Lewis J., Swampscott, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinerv Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Trimming 
machine. 2.029,304 ; Feb. 4. 

Bazzoni, Lewis J., Swampscott, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Trimming 
machine. 2,029,305 ; Feb. 4. 

Bazzoni, Lewis J., Swampscott, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Making 
shoes. 2,059,303 ; Nov. 3. 

Bazzoni, Lewis J., Swampscott, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Apparatus 
for operating on soles. 2,059,768 : Nov. 3. 

Beach & Arthur, Inc. (See Arthur, William H., as- 
signor.) 

Beach & Arthur, Incorporated. (See Shuey, Clarence L., 
assignor.) 

Beach, Clarence E., Brookline, assignor to The Gamewell , 
Company, Newton, Mass. Multiconductor signaling sys- 
tem. 2,034,017 ; Mar. 17. 

Beach, Clarence E., Brookline, and F. E. Weld and G. B. 
King, Newton, assignors to The Gamewell Company, 
Newton Upper Falls, Mass. Electric switch. 2,038,405 ; 
Apr. 21. 

Beach, Frederick B. (See Schmidt, F. W., and Beach.) 

Beach, Frederick B., Detroit, assignor to Ryerson & 
Haynes, Inc., Jackson, Mich. Vehicle lacking struc- 
ture. 2,054,568; Sept. 15. 

Beach, Norman F. (See Babeock, G. S., and Beach.) 

Beach, Norman P. (See McNally, J. G.. and Beach.) 

Beach, Norman F., assignor to Eastman Kodak Company, 
Rochester, N. Y. Safe edge cup for immersion rolls in 
film coating machines. 2,033,676 ; Mar. 10. 

Beach. Norman F., Rochester. N. Y., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Eastman Kodak Company, Jersey City, 
N. J. Making stripping film. 2.059,843 : Nov. 3. 

Beach, Rex. (See Steinbach, Harry, assignor.) 

Beacom, Robert. (See Drissner, A. E., and Beacom.) 

Beacom, Robert. (See Hoisington, C. H., and Beacom.) 

Beacon Milling Company, The. -(See Lee, Clarence E., 
assignor.) 

Bead Chain Manufacturing Company, The. (See Gagnon, 
Bernard E., assignor.) 

Beadle, Lynn C, assignor of one-half to K. B. Segall, De- 
troit, Mich. Float control. 2,029,405 : Feb. 4. 

Beal, Carl L. (See Hansen, M. E., and Beal.) 

Beal, Carl L., Cuyahoga Falls, assignor to American Anode, 
Inc., Akron, Ohio, Rubber article. 2,041.737 ; May 26. 

Beal, Carl L., Cuyahoga Falls, assignor to American 
Anose, Inc., Akron, Ohio. Rubber thread and making 
the same. 2,061,749 ; Nov. 24. 

Beal, Fay, assignor to Kingston Products Corporation, 
Kokomo. Ind. Combined ignition and starter switch. 
2,062,440 ; Dec. 1. 

Beal, Geor.ge D., and R. B. McKinnis. Pittshurgh, Pa., as- 
signors to Continental Can Company, Inc., New York, 
N. Y. Preparing fruit juices, 2,047.935 ; July 21. 

Beal, George F. (See Long, J. S,, and Beal.) 

Beal, George P. (See Boswell, M. C, and Beal.) 

Beal. Walter H., trustee et al. (See Barton, Clarence H., 
assignor.) 

Beal, Walter H., trustee et al. (See Brownlee, Dalmar 
T. assignor.) 

Beal. Walter H,, et al., trustees. (See Drexler, Charles, 
assignor.) 

Beal. Walter H., trustees, et al. (See Starkey, William C, 
assignor.) 

Beale, Lewis W., and J. E. Murphy, Vandergrift. Pa., as- 
signors to American Sheet and Tin Plate Company. 
Cold rolling coated sheet metal. 2,050.304 : Nov. 3. 

Beall, Charles R., Edgewood, assignor to The Union Switch 
& Signal Company, Swissvale, Pa. Railway switch cir- 
cuit controler. 2,053,891 ; Sept, 8. 

Beall, Charles E.. Edgewood, assignor to The Union 
Switch & Signal Company. Swissvale. Pa. Railway 
signaling apparatus. 2.055.811 : Sept. 29. 

Beall, Herbert W., assignor to Pollv Prentiss Inc., Sumter, 
S. C. Machine for marking fabric. 2.054,591 ; Sept. 15. 

Beam, .Tames R., assignor to Universal Sanitary Manu- 
facturing Co., New Castle, Pa. Closet rim flush. 
2,050,152: Aug. 4. 

Beam, Vilynn O. (See Branche, N. T.. and Beam.) 

Beamer, Clayton M. (See Archibald, P. M., and Beamer.) 

Bean, Albert C, Kansas City, and J. B. Ray, Fort Worth, 
Tex. Tank. 2,041.392 : May 19. 

Bean, Ernest D., Plattsburgh, N. Y. Solar compass. 
2,032.462: Mar. 3. 

Bean, Francis A., assignor to International Milling Com- 
pany, Minneapolis. Minn. Apparatus for handling bulk 
materials. 2.037.959 ; Apr. 21. 

Bean, Francis A., assignor to International Milling Com- 
pany, Minneapolis, Minn. Apparatus for unloading cars. 
2,058.125 ; Oct. 20. 

Bean, Louis A., Denver, Colo. Reflector. 2,035,215 : Mar. 
24. 

Beans. Hal T., Palisade. N. J.. G. H. Walden. Jr., and 
L. P. I-Tammett, New York, N. Y. Phonosraph record 
and maldng the samn, 2,029,012 : .Tan. 28. 

Bear, Joseph et al. (See Vass, Joseph, assignor.) 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1936 



Bear, Joseph S., assignor of one-third to E. Schreiber, 
Detroit, Mich. Towel holder. 2,039,620 ; May 5. 

Bear, I'aul S^ Dowagiac, Mich., assignor of three-tourths 
to H. E. Bucklen, Jr., Elkhart, Ind. Condition con- 
trolled mechanism. 2,029,150 ; Jan. 28. 

Bear, Paul S., Dowagiac, Mich., and H. E. Bucklen, Elk- 
hart, Ind., assignors, by mesne assignments, of one- 
fourth to said Bear and threo-fourths to said Bucklen. 
Switch. 2,033,372 ; Mar. 10. 

Bear, Sidney Z., New Haven, Conn. Printing telegraph 
system. 2,058,398 ; Oct. 27. 

Bear, Stephen M. (See Butler, C. O., and Bear.) 

Bear-Stewart Co. (See Goodman, William L,, assignor.) 

Bear, William L., Dayton, and G. R. Walker, Oakwood, 
Ohio. Nonglare reflector. 2,045,564 ; June 30. 

Beard, Earl B., Milwaukee, Wis., assignor to E. I. du 
Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. 1-nitro- 
anthraquinonyl-6-amino compounds and their produc- 
tion. 2,048,985 ; June 16. 

Beard, Earl E., Arden, assignor to E. I, du Pont 
de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Carbon com- 
pounds of the anthraquinone series. 2,049,180 ; July 28. 

Beard, Earl E., South Milwaukee, and W. L. Rintelman, 
CarroUville, Wis., assignors to E. I. du Pont de Nemours 
& Company, Wilmington, Del. Preparation of thiazole 
compounds. 2,028,118; Jan. 14. 

Beard, George A., San Angelo, Tex. Terracing and grad- 
ing attachment for tractors. 2,063,537 ; Dec. 8. 

Beard, James A., Jr., Mishawaka, Ind. Mat. 2,054,668 ; 
Sept. 15. 

Beard, Joseph G., Springfield, Mass., assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company, East 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Crystal holder. 2,044,145 ; June 16. 

Beard, Lawrence O., Lancaster, Pa. Refacing tool for 
valve seats. 2,041,587 ; May 19. 

Beard, Lawrence O., Lancaster, Pa. Tool for removing 
ridges from cylinder walls. 2,046,241 ; June 30. 

Beard, Leslie C, Jr. (See Rather, J. B., Beard, and Reiff.) 

Beard, Leslie C, Jr., Brooklyn, assignor l;o Socony-Vacuum 
Oil Company Incorporated. Prc^paring lubricants. 
2,065,551 ; Doc. 29. 

Beard, Alyron G., t'armlngdale, N. Y., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Curtiss Aeroplane & Motor Company, 
Inc. Heating and ventilating system for aircraft. 
2,050,240 ; Aug. 11. 

Beard, Robert E. (See Diggs, S. H., Beard, and Page.) 

Beard, Stanley D., assignor to Lederle Laborutorie!>, Inc., 
Pearl River, N. Y. Antitoxin. 2,057,623 ; Oct. 13. 

Beard, Theodore H., Bridgeport, Conn., assignor to Dic- 
taphone Corporation, New York, N. Y. Sound-box con- 
struction. 2,036,980 ; Apr. 7. 

Beard, Theodore H., L. D. Norton, and J. E. Renholdt, 
Bridgeport, Conn., assignors to Dictaphone Corporation, 
New York, N. Y. Cabinet for phonographs. 2,051,792 ; 
Aug. 18. 

Beard, Theodore H., and J. E. Renholdt, Bridgeport, Conn., 
assignors to Dictaphone Corporation, New York, N. Y. 
Correction device. 2,055,141 ; Sept. 22. 
Beardmore, Herbert P., Oklahoma City, Okla., aswgnor of 
one-half to Indian Territory Illuminating Oil Company, 
Bartlesville, Okla. Apparatus for flowing wells. 
2,029,457 ; Feb. 4. 
Beardslee, Robert W. (See Michalski, Bruno, assignor.) 
Beardsley, Ailing P. (See Berry, G. A., and Beardslev.) 
Beardsley, Ailing P., Plainfield, assignor to The Calco 
Chemical Company, Inc., Bound Brook, N. J. Process 
and apparatus for vapor phase catalyses. 2,042,922 ; 
June 2. 

Beardsley & Piper Company, The. (See Arbuckle, Ran- 
dolph, assignor.) 

Beardsley & Piper Company, The. (See Piper, Walter F., 
assignor.) 

Beardsley, Robert O., assignor to Jones & Lamson Machine 
Company, Springfield, Vt. Attachment for comparators. 
2,031,201 ; Feb. 18. 

Beardsley, Robert O., E. T. Bysshe, and R. R. Finn, as- 
signors to Jones & Lamson Machine Company, Spring- 
field, Vt. Comparator. 2,035,780 ; Mar. 31. 

Beardsley, Wilson H., Houston, Tex., assignor to Sinclair 
Refining Company, New York, N. Y. Refining of South 
Texas lubricating oil. 2,029,605 ; Feb. 4. 

Beardsley & Woolcott Manufacturing Company, The. (See 
Perry, Edward D.. assignor.) 

Beare Speedy Icing Company. (See Estes, William P., as- 
signor.) 

Bearings Company of America. (See Schubert, Frank, 
assignor.) 

Beasley, Benjamin T., Atlanta, Ga. Surgeon's electrical 
heating device for flowing fluids. 2,063,902; Dec. 15. 

Beasley, Charles B., San Diego, Calif. Reel. 2,026,665 ; 
Jan. 7. 

Beasley, Lawton, Bishopville, S. C. Hand planter. 
2,044,871 ; June 23. 

Beath, Lancelot B., assignor to W. D. Beath & Son, Lim- 
ited, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Air pressure regu- 
lating apparatus. 2,063,783 ; Dec. 8. 

Beath, W. D., & Son, Limited. (See Beath, Lancelot B.,. 
assignor.) 

Beaton & Cadwell Manufacturing Company, The. (See 
Work, Ernest W.. assignor.) 

Beatrice Creamery Company. (See Murray, Kenneth L., 
assignor.) 

Beattey, Earle J. R., Edgewood, R. I. Making of rayon. 
2,046,670; July 7. 



Beattey, Earle J. R., Edgewood, R. I. Uavon. 2,058,551 ; 
Oct. 27. 

Beattie Manufacturing Co., The. (See Beattie, Walter J., 
assignor.) 

Beattie, Robert. (See Bailey, D. P., Beattie, and Ty- 
ler.) 

Beattie, Walter J., assignor to The Beattie Manufacturing 
Co., Cohoes, N. Y. Folding machine. 2,062,202 ; Nov. 
24. 

Beattie, Walter J., assignor to The Beattie Manufacturing 
Company, Cohoes, N. Y. Turning machine and method. 
2,062,203 ; Nov. 24. 

Beatty Bros. Limited. (See Smith, Victor N. M., as- 
signor.) 

Beatty, Chas. A. (See Boynton, Alexander, assignor.) 

Beatty, Floyd A., Pittsburgh, assignor to Lewis Foundry & 
Machine Company, Groveton, Pa. Rolling mill. 
2,040,543 ; May 12. 

Beatty, George W. (See Conlon, T. A., and Beatty.) 

Beatty, Robert J., Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Casket. 2,044,872 ; 
June 2.3. 

Beatty, William E., Los Angeles, Calif. Metal separation. 
2,048,316 ; .Tuly 21. 

Beatty, William E., Hollywood, Calif. Metal separation. 
2,056,764 ; Oct. 6. 

Beaty, Julian B. (See Bescheie, Harvey, assignor.) 

Beau, Frank X., Cleveland, Ohio. Apparatus for inspect- 
ing fluids. 2,063,222 ; Dec. 8. 

Beauchamp, Fred, North Haven, Conn., assignor to Lan- 
caster Iron Works, Inc., Lancaster, Pa. Auxiliary strike 
for brick machines. 2,061,497 ; Nov. 17. 

Beauchamp, Wilfred A. (See Vegren, C. R., Beauchamp, 
and Madland.) 

Beauchamp, Wilfred A., Chicago, 111., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to The Youngstown Steel Door Company, 
Cleveland, Ohio. Car door. 2,027,574 ; Jan. 14. 

Beauchamp, Wilfred A., Chicago, 111., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to The Youngstown Steel Door Company, 
Cleveland, Ohio. Door operating device. 2,035,685 ; 
Mar. 31. 

Beauchamp, Wilfred A., Chicago, 111., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to The Youngstown Steel Door Company, 
Cleveland, Ohio. Door structure. 2,037,693 ; Apr. 21. 

Beauchamp, Wilfred A., Chicago, 111., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to The Youngstown Steel Door Company, 
Cleveland, Ohio. Car door lock. 2,049,991 ; Aug. 4. 

Beauchamp, Wilfred A., Chicago, 111., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to The Youngstown Steel E)oor Company, 
Cleveland, Ohio. Sliding car door. 2,055,516 ; Sept. 
29. 

Beauchamp, Wilfred A., Chicago, 111., assignor to The 
Youngstown Steel Door Company, Cleveland, OUio. 
Door structure. 2,058,658 ; Oct. 27. 

Beauchamp, Wilfred A., Chicago, 111., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to The Youngstown Steel Door Company, 
Cleveland, Ohio. Track bracket. 2,060,720 ; Nov. 10. 

Beauchamp, Wilfred A., and G. R. Treptow, Chicago, 111., 
as.=^ianofs, by mesne assignments, to The Youngstown 
Sip(-1 Door (;!ompany. Cleveland, Ohio. Hasp fastener 
devic(\ 2,035,216 ; Jtar. 24. 

Beauchemin, Alpbohse O., New York, N. Y. Rotary pump. 
2,039,698 : May 5. 

Beauclerk, William, Irvington, N. J., assignor to Pure 
Made Products Co. Sliced loaf bagging device. 
2,037,362 ; Apr. 14. 

Beaumier, Oscar L., Brenham, Tex. Stuffing box. 
2,061,693 ; Nov. 24. 

Beaumont. Arthur W., New York, N. Y., and W. A. Shenton, 
Montclair, N. J. Dentifrice container and dispenser. 
2,058,290 ; Oct. 20. 

Beaumont Birch Company. (See Weniger, Joseph K., 
assignor.) 

Beaumont, William M., Summit, N. J., assignor to Bell 
Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Intercommunicating telei)hone svsLem. 2,065,883 ; Dec. 
29. 

Beaune, Serge, assignor to Socifitg des Proc^dfis Serge 
Beaune, Creteil, France. Preparing wiping rollers for 
printing. 2,043,604 ; June 9. 

Beaux Arts Lighting (io. (See Kramer, Sam, assignor.) 

Bearer, David J., Nitro, W. Va., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Monsanto Chemical Company, Wilming- 
ton, Del. Preservation of rubber. 2.055,812; Sept. 29. 

Beaver Manufacturing Company. (See Hartmann, Povl D., 
assignor.) 

Beaver Pipe Tools, Inc. (See Pealer, Robert B., assignor.) 

Beaver Pipe Tools, Inc. (See Phillis, William A., as- 
signor.) 

Beaver-Portland Cement Co. (See Mulrhead, W. H., and 
Martin, assignors.) 

Beavers, Roy J., Brookfield, and H. R. Laird, Chicago, 111., 
assignors to Western Electric Company, Incorporated, 
New York, N. Y. Measuring device. 2,054,787 ; Sept. 
22. 

Beaverstoek, Elisba F., Holyoke, Mass. Switch device, 
2,051.239 ; Aug. 18. 

Bebb, Harry T., assignor to The Canton Stamping & 
Enameling Company, Canton. Ohio. Continuous enamel 
ware manufacture. 2,035,363 ; Mar. 24. 

Bebie, Edwin W.. Hawthorne, N. J., assignor to Interna- 
tional Paper Company, New York, N. Y. Core adapter. 
2,028,492; Jan. 21. 

Bebie, Jules, and G. L. Doelling, assignors to Bice-Stix 
Dry Goods Co., St. Louis, Mo. Fabric structure and 
treatment. 2,040.819 ; May 19. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



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Bebinger, Charles N., assignor to La-Del Conveyor & Mfg. 

- Co., New Philadelphia, Ohio. Spring drive for shaking 
conveyers. 2,049.346; July 28. 

Bebinger, Charles N., assignor to La-Del Conveyor & Mfg. 
Co., New Philadelphia, Ohio. Oscillating turn for con- 
veyers. 2,050,153 : Aug. 4. 

Bech, Joseph, assignor, by mesne assignments, to Indus- 
trial Patents Corporation, Chicago, 111. Bacon press. 
2.043,366 : June 9. 

Becher, Harold, and J. Stein, New York, N. Y., said 
Becher, assignor to said Stein. Dipping form for mak- 
ing dipped rubber articles. 2,058,552 ; Oct. 27. 

Becher, Hubert L., Trenton, assignor to The Agasote Mill- 
board Company, Ewing Township. N. J. Fire resistant 
porous insulatinsr material. 2,047,187 ; July 14. 

Becher, Theodor, Wiesbaden, assignor to Maschinenfabrik 
Augsburg-Niirnberg, A. G., Nuremberg, Germany. Pack- 
ing for movable dam structures. 2,045,824 ; June 30. 

Becher, Theodor, Wiesbaden, assignor to Maschinenfabrik 
Augsburg-Niirnberg, A. G., Nuremberg, Germany. Pack- 
ing for movable dam structures. 2,045,825 ; June 30. 

Becher, Theodor, Wiesbaden, assignor to Ma.schinenfabrik 
Augsburg-Nuernberg A. G., Nuremberg, Germany. 
Weir. 2.055,192; Sept. 22. 

Bechler, Andr*', Moutier, Switzerland. Split chuck with 
conical head. 2.046,052; June 30. 

Bechler, Joseph, Brooklyn, N. Y. Hair spring clamp. 
2,047,188 ; July 14. 

Bechman. William O., Chicago, 111., assignor to Interna 
tional Harvester Company. Engine. 2.028,310 ; Jan. 21 

Bechman, William O., Chicago, 111., assignor to Interna- 
tional Harvester Company. Cylinder head and heat con- 
trol valve structure. 2.054,534 ; Sept. 15. 

Bechmann, Rudolf, assignor to Telelunken Gesellschaft 
fiir Drahtlose Telegraphic m. b. H., Berlin, Germany. 
Ultra-short wave oscillation generator. 2,036,562 ; 
Apr. 7. 

Bechtel, Theodore B., and S. J. Ederwein, assignors to 
The Electric Furnace Company, Salem, Ohio. Heat 
treating. 2,063,784 ; Dec. 8. 

Bechtner, Paul, and W. B. Hirschmann, assignors to 
American Colloid Sales Division, Inc., Chicago, 111. 
Cl.Tvs and processes for preparing same. 2,036,617 : 
Apr. 7. 

Bechtol, Archie, Chicago, 111. Game apparatus. 2,037,108 ; 
Apr. 14. 

Beck, Adolf. (See Schmidt, W., and Beck.) 

Beck, Adolf, Bitterfeld, Germany, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Magnesium Development Corporation. 
Heat treatment of magnesium alloys. 2,036,563 ; Apr. 7. 

Beck, Adolf, Bitterfeld, assignor to I. G. Parbenindustrie 
Aktiengesellschaft, Frankfort-on-the-Main, Germany. 
Improving the resistance to corrosion of aluminium base 
alloys. 2,063,022 ; Dec. 8. 

Beck, Adolf, Bitterfeld, assignor to I. G. Farbenindustrie 
Aktiengesellschaft, Frankfort-on-the-Main, Germany. 
Aluminium alloys. 2,063,023 ; Dec. 8. 

Beck, Allen P., assignor to The Clark Grave Vault Com- 
pany, Columbus, Ohio. Producing grave vault hoods. 
2.033,809 ; Mar. 10. 

Beck, Allen P., assignor to The Clark Grave Vault Com- 
pany, Columbus, Ohio. Grave vault hood. 2,062,492 ; 
Dec. 1. „ „ „ 

Beck, Bjorn 0. and H. L., Chicago, and C. H. Gun- 
thorp, Des Plaines, 111. Electric heating device and 
making same. 2,060,968 ; Nov. 17. 

Beck, Broussais C Seattle, Wash. Closure cap for dis- 
pensing tubes and the like. 2,040,638 ; May 12. 

Beck, Charles J. (See Westin, C. J., and Beck.) 

Beck, Charles J., Philadelphia, Pa. Type clamp. 
2,028.892 ; Jan. 28. 

Beck, Charles J., Philadelphia, Pa. Koll sheet cutting 
machine. 2,065.503 ; Dec. 29. 

Beck, Charles W., Toledo, Ohio. Fountain pen and the ink 
supply therefor. 2,053.892 ; Sept. 8. 

Beck, Charles W.. Toledo, Ohio. Display cabinet. 
2.054.920 ; Sept. 22. 

Beck, Charles W., assignor, by mesne assignments, to N. 
M. Beck, Toledo, Ohio. Steering wheel. 2,041,738 ; May 
26. 

Beck, Charles W., assignor, by mesne assignments, to N. 
M. Beck, Toledo, Ohio. Steering wheel. 2,041,739 ; May 
26. 

Beck Duplicator Company, The. (See Danheiser, Theodore, 
assignor.) 

Beck, Ernest J., and C. A. Van Derveer, Michigan City. 
Ind., and K. Karpen. Chicago, 111., assignors to S. 
Karpen & Bros. Revolving car seat. 2,030,621 ; Feb 
11. 

Beck. Frederic J., Moline, 111. Novelty coin. 2,050,154 ; 
Aug. 4. 

Beck, Hubert L. (See Beck, Bjorn O. and H. L., and 
Gunthorp.) 

Beck, J. S. (See Raymond. Edward P., assignor.) 

Beck, Koller & Company. (See HSnel, Herbert, assignor.) 

Beck, Koller & Company. (See Krumbhaar, Wilhelin, as- 
signor.) 

Beck, Nellie M. (See Beck, Charles W., assignor.) 

Beck, Nellie M. (See Simpson, Thone C, assignor.) 

Beck, Norman R., assignor to Carr-Lowrey Glass Co., 
Baltimore, Md. Producing a neck finish with a thread 
hang-up. 2,044,115 ; June 16. 

Beck, Norman R.. assignor to Carr-Lowrey Glass Co., Bal- 
timore, Md. Producing partitioned glass containers. 
2,065,504 ; Dec. 29. 



Beck, Oscar G., Herrick, 111. Water passover. 2,059,927 ; 
Nov. 3. 

Beck, Raymond. (See Hofmann, Frederick A., assignor.) 

Beck, Robert W., and G. A. Rogge, said Rogf;e assignor 
to J. D. Plaugher, Detroit, Mich. Resilient means 
for bath brushes. 2,039,052 ; Apr. 28. 

Beck, Rudolf, assignor to Consolidated Ashcroft Hancock 
Company, Inc., Bridgeport, Conn. DifEerential control 
apparatus. 2,032,041 ; Feb. 25. 

Beck, Rudolf, assignor to Consolidated Ashcroft Hancock 
Company, Inc., Bridgeport, Conn. Controlling heat ex- 
change apparatus. 2,044,461 ; June 16. 

Beck, Rudolf, Bridgeport, Conn., assignor to Consolidated 
Ashcroft Hancock Company, New York, N. Y. Fluid 
flow system. 2,047,403 ; July 14. 

Beck, Rudolf, and J. Briscoe, Bridgeport, Conn., assignors 
to Consolidated Ashcroft Hancock Company, New York, 
N. Y. Apparatus for controlling pressure fluid. 2,059,- 
722 ; Nov. 3. 

Beck, Walter, Frankfort-on-the-Main, and K. Bonath, 
Cronberg-in-Taunus, Germany. Maintaining or regulat- 
ing the efficacy of cyanide melts. 2,063,079 : Dec. 8. 

Beckenbauer, Ludwig. (See Frost, P., and Beckenhauer.) 

Becker, Benjamin, and S. Becker, St. Louis, Mo. Buckle. 
2,046,807 ; July 7. 

Becker, Bernard C. (See White, H. B., and Becker.) 

Becker, Bernard C., Canton, assignor to The Hoover Com- 
pany, North Canton, Ohio. Suction cleaner. 2,053,316 ; 
Sept. 8. 

Becker, Cliarles W. (See Gaarder, H. M., and Becker.) 

Becker, Christopher A., Nutley, N. J., assignor to The Tor- 
sion Balance Company. New York, N. Y. Balance or 
weighing scale. 2,040,639 ; May 12. 

Becker, Edmund H. (See Martus, M. L., and Becker.) 

Becker, Edmund H. (See Martus, M. L., Becker, and 
Ross.) 

Becker, Enno, Bremen, Germany, assignor to Vereinigte 
Stahlwerke, Aktiengesellschaft, Dusseldorf, Germany. 
Iron pile. 2,035,217 ; Mar. 24. 

Becker, Enno, Bremen, assignor to Vereinigte Stahl- 
werke Akliengesellschaft, Dusseldorf, Germany. Pile. 
2,063,146 ; Dec. 8. 

Becker, Frank N., assignor to Jeddo-Highland Coal Com- 
pany, Jeddo, Pa. Valve. 2,027.762 : Jan. 14. 

Becker, Frank N. assignor to Jeddo-HIghland Coal Com- 
pany, Jeddo, Pa. Stove. 2,037,159; Apr. 21. 

Becker, Pranz. (See Englert, O., Becker, Wilhelm, and 
F.) 

Becker, Fred, Queens Villiage, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Underwood Elliott Fisher Company, New York, 
N. Y. Column blinding mechanism. 2,064,874 ; Dec. 
22. 

Becker, Fred P., assignor to Monroe Auto Equipment Com- 
pany, Monroe, Mich. Valve for shock absorbers. 
2,043,572 ; June 9. 

Becker, Guillaume. (See Nelson, H. H., and Becker.) 

Becker, Hans. (See Vollmann, H., and Becker.) 

Becker, Hazen K. (See Jurgens, E. G., and Becker.) 

Becker, Heinrich, assignor to Maschinenfabrik-Augsburg- 
Nurnberg A. G., Augsburg, Germany. Piston. 2,040,972 ; 
May 19. 

Becker, Howard I., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Electrical compression or tension 
gauge. 2,058,946; Oct. 27. 

Becker, Karl. (See Pirani, M., and Becker.) 

Becker, Karl, Berlin-Lichterfelde-Ost, Germany, assignor 
to Wolfram & Molybdaen A.-G., Zurich, Switzerland. 
Sintered hard metal alloy for tools and similar articles. 
2,040,592 ; May 12. 

Becker, Karl, Berlin-Seteglitz, Germany, assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Gaseous electric discharge de- 
vice. 2,056,152 ; Oct. 6. 

Becker, Karl, Berlin-Steglitz, K. Schroter, Berlin-Lechten- 
berg, and H. Wolff, Berlin, Germany, assignors, by mesne 
assignments, to General Electric Company, Schenectady, 
N. Y. Sintered hard metallic alloy. 2.026,958 ; Jan. 7. 

Becker, Louis, Brooklyn, and A. Storch, New York, N. Y. 
Safety razor blade. 2,035,110 ; Alar. 24. 

Becker, Nicolas, Nice, Prance. Device for molding the 
breasts in the contours and form desired. 2,061,268 ; 
Nov. 17. 

Becker, Oskar W., Hamburg, assignor to the firm Naturin 
Gesellschaft mit beschrankter Haftung. Weinheim-B., 
Germany. Device for producing artificial sausage skins 
from pasty fibrous masses of animal or vegetable origin. 
2.046, r)4l ; July 7. 

Becker, Oskar W., Hamburg, assignor to firm Naturin 
Gesellschaft mit beschrankter Haftung, Weinheim-B, 
Germany. Working up fibrous material from hides. 
2,056,595; Oct. 6. 

Becker, Oskar W., Weinheim, assignor to Carl Preuden- 
berg, G. m. b. H., Weinheim Badenia. Germany. Manu- 
facture of shaped products. 2,056,596 ; Oct. 6. 

Becker, Otto, Corona, N. Y. Mixing machine. 2,054,648 ; 
Sept. 15. 

Becker, Paul. (See Kuhlman, W., and Becker.) 

Becker, Robert A., Sr. and S. P., Poughkeepsie, 
N. Y. Solderless wire connecter. 2,032,394 ; Mar. 3. 

Becker, Robert A., Sr., and S. P., Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 
Unit solderless wire connecter. 2,041,108 ; May 19. 

Becker, Rudolph, North Plainfield, assignor to The Singer 
Manufacturing Company, Elizabeth, N. J. Sewing ma- 
chine. 2,034,706 ; Mar. 24. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1936 



Keeker, KuUoIpli, Nortli Plainfield, assignor to Singer 
Manufacturing Company, Elizabetli, N. J. Thread-ten- 
sion mecliauism for sewing machines. 2,050,241 ; Aug. 
11. 
Becl<er, Sam. (See Beclier, Benjamin and S.) 
Becker, Stephen P. (See Becker, Kobert A., Sr., and 

Becker, Walter, Jr., Racine, Wis. Auto paint rennisn. 
2,044,493 : June 16. , ^ , 

Becker, Wilhelm. (See Englert, O., Becker, Wilhelm, 
and F.) 

Becker, Wilhelm. (See Orthner, L., and Becker.) 

Becker, Wilhelm, Cologne-JMulheim, L. Orthner, Lever- 
kusen-I, G. Werk, and A. Bomer, Impach, near Opladen, 
assignors to I. G. Parbenindustrie Aktiengesellschaft, 
Frankfort-on-the-Maiu, Germany. Manufacture of rub- 
ber conver.sion products. 2,040,460 ; May 12. 

Beckes, Lloyd M. (See Palmer, S. L., and Beckes.) 

Becket, Alan L., East Orange, N. J. Electrical contact 
receptacle. 2,028,268; Jan. 21. 

Becket. Alan L., East Orange, N. J. Attachment plug. 
2,053,060 ; Sept. 1. 

Becket, Frederick M., New York, N. Y., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Union Carbide and Carbon Corporation. 
Producing iron-chromium casting containing nitrogen. 
2,056,760; Oct. 6. ^ , 

Becket, i'rederick M., New York, and R. Franks, Jackson 
Heights, N. Y., assignors to Electro Metallurgical Com- 
pany. Laminated metal stock. 2,034,278 ; Mar. 17. 

Becket, Frederick M., New York, and R. Franks, Niagara 
Falls, N. Y., assignors, by mesne assignments, to Union 
Carbide and Carbon Coiporation. Heat treatment of 
chromium alloy steels. 2,046,012 ; June 30. 

Becket, Frederick M., New York, and R. Franks, Jackson 
Heights, N. Y., assignors, by mesne assignments, to 
Union Carbide and Carbon Corporation. Welding chro- 
mium-nickel-titanium steels. 2,054,405 ; Sept. 15. 

Becket, Frederick M., New York, and R. Franks, Jackson 
Heights, N. Y., assignors, by mesne assignments to Union 
Carbide and Carbon Corporation. Chromium alloy steel 
and welding rod. 2,056,765 ; Oct. 6. 

Beckett, Ada G., et al. (See Beckett, Kenneth C, as- 
signor.) 

Beckett, Ernest G., Grangemouth, Scotland, assignor to 
Imperial Chemical Industries Limited. Intermediates 
for dyes. 2,027,955 ; Jan. 14. 

Beckett, Kenneth C, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, as- 
signor of one-half to W. C. Brooks, Brantford, Ontario, 
and one-half to A. G. Beckett, Hamilton, Ontario, 
Canada. Heat controlling radiator. 2,033,272 ; Mar. 
10. 

Beckett, William A., Klngsville, assignor of one-half to 
F. K. Jasperson, Windsor, Ontario, Canada. Gas burner. 
2,045,692 ; June 30. 

Bcckley-Ralston Co., The. (See Williamson, Henry C, 
assignor.) 

Becklin, Herman O., assignor of forty-one one hundredths 
to W. J. Compton, twenty-eight one hundredths to G. W. 
Wells, and thirty-one one hundredths to T. H. Willett 
and L. C. Willett, Portland, Oreg. Holder for shopping 
bags. 2,041,691 ; May 26. 

Beckman, Arnold O., Altadena, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to National Technical Laboratories, Pasadena 
Calif. Inking reel. 2.038.706 ; Apr. 28. 

Beckman, Arnold O., Altadena, assignor, hy mesne as- 
signments, to National Technical Laborators, Pasadena, 
Calif. Inking device. 2,041,740 ; May 26. 

Beckman, Arnold O., Altadena, and H. E. Fracker, as- 
signors, by mesne assignments, to National Technical 
Laboratories, Pasadena, Calif. Apparatus for testing 
acidity. 2.058,761 ; Oct. 27. 

Beckmann, Carl, Berlln-Zehlendorf, assignor to Mix & 
Genest Aktiengesellschaft, Berlin-Schoneberg, Germany. 
Tubular conveyer system. 2,052,597 ; Sept. 1. 

Beokschulte, Heinrlch, Angola, assignor to Enzinger Union 
Corporation, Buffalo, N. Y. Pitching machine. 
2,050,414 ; Aug. 11. 

Beckwith-Chandler Company. (See Trussell, Emory H., 
assignor.) 

Beckwith, Charles F., Flushing, and C. C. Main, Piermont, 
assignors to Aqua Systems Incorporated, New York, 
N. Y. Liquid supply system. 2.034.370 : Mar. 17. 

Beckwith, Charles F., Flushing, and C. C. Main, Piermont, 
assignors, by mesne assignments, to Reconstruction 
Finance Corporation, New York, N. Y. Liquid supply 
system. 2,061,608 ; Nov. 24. 

Beckwith, Charles J.. Brooklyn, assignor to Johns-Man- 
ville Corporation, New York. N. Y. Reenforced insu- 
lating roof slab. 2,029.352 ; Feb. 4. 

Beckwith, Clinton H., Geneva, assignor to Crane Co., 
Chicago, 111. Valve operating unit. 2,028,696; Jan. 
21. 

Beckwith, Clinton, H., Geneva, assignor to Crane Co.. 

Chicago, 111. Operating and lubricating means for cocks 

and valves. 2,055.449 : Sept. 22. 
Beckwith, Lawton B. (See Bray, U. B., and Beckwith. 1 
Beckwith, Lawton B. (See Bray, U. B., Beckwith, and 

Scott.) 
Beckwith Manufacturing Company. (See Lovell, Stanley 

P.. assignor.) 
Beckwith Manufacturing Company. (See Miller, H. S., 

Goodwin, and Lovell, assignors.) 
Beckwith Manufacturing Company. (See Woodruff, Frank 

O., assignor.) 



Becvar, Joseph, Wicklille, assignor to The Cleveland 
Cooperative Stove Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Ad- 
justable flue for gas ranges. 2,044,761 ; June 23. 

Beddoes, Hubert, assignor to Pacific Flush Tank Company, 
Chicago, 111. Rotary distributor for sewage treatment 
systems. 2.046,865 ; July 7. 

Beddoes, Hubert, and H. E. Schlenz, assignors to Pacific 
Flush Tank Company, Chicago, 111. Combination sludge 
digestion and gas storage tank. 2,050,015 ; Aug. 11. 

Bedeschi, Gaetano, and G. Monti, Milan, Italy. Process 
and apparatus for registering and reproducing sound. 
2,053,760 ; Sept. 8. 

Bedford, Alda V., Colllngswood, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Power transmission device. 
2,027,666 ; Jan. 14. 

Bedford, Burnice D. (See Willis. C. H., and Bedford.) 

Bedford, Frederick G. H., and C. D. Gibb, assignors to 
C. A. Parsons and Company, Limited, Newcastle-on- 
Tyne, England. Hollow turbine blade. 2,040,640 ; 
May 12. 

Bedford, Reginald A., Stumperlowe, Sheffield, England. 
Device for removing drills or other articles from their 
shafts. 2,081,814 ; Feb. 25. 

Bedford, Reginald A., Sheffield, England. Drill shaft and 
bit adapted to be used with percussive drills. 2,042,088 ; 
May 26. 

Bedilion, Robert W., U. S. Navy. Method of and appara- 
tus for treating metal castings. 2,045,576 ; June 30. 

Bedingfield, Wade R., et al. (See Morris, Pratt C, as- 
signor.) 

Beebe, Jesse, Tulsa, Okla. Sight attachment for car or 
other tanks. 2,027,145; J.tu. 7. 

Beebe, Murray C, Cheshire, assignor to Scovill Manufac- 
turing Company, Waterbury, Conn. Manufacture of a 
stencil. 2,038,339 ; Apr. 21. 

Beech-iNut Packing Company. (See Grant, D. R., and 
Hambrecht. assignors.) 

Beech-Nut Packing Company. (See Vosburgh, J. Voorhees, 
assignor.) 

Beechey, Horace G. St. V. (See Morrell, S. T., and 
Beechey.) 

Beech's Chocolates Limited. (See Collinson, Edward W., 
assignor.) 

Beede, Herbert G., Pawtucket, R. I. Garment pressing 
machine. 2,0.34,279 ; Mar. 17. 

Beede, Herbert G., Pawtucket, R. I. Valve. 2,043,027; 
June 2. 

Beegle, Raymond E., East St. Louis, 111. Fastening de- 
vice. 2,040,510 ; May 12. 

Beeh, Louis, Longmeadow, assignor to United American 
Bosch Corporation, Springfield. Mass. Fluid distribut- 
ing and delivery control means. 2.049.487 ; Aug. 4. 

Beehiler Steel Products Company. (See Ceablom, Wendell 
S., assignor.) 

Beekhuis, Herman A., Jr. (See Harvey, E. W., and Beek- 
huis.) 

Beekhuis, Herman A., Jr. (See Lawrence, C. K., and 
Beekhuis.) 

Beekley, John S., Charleston, W. Va., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, 
Wilmington, Del. Preparation of hydrogen. 2,051,363; 
Aug. 18. 

Beeler, Donald A., Winnetka, assignor to Automatic File 
& Index Company, Chicago, 111. Filing device. 2,042.167 ; 
May 26. 

Bee Line Manufacturing Company. (See Smith, Roy D., 
assignor.) 

Bee Line Manufacturing Company. (See Smith, R. D., 
and Fransen, assignors.) 

Beers, Erie F. (See De Witt. W. J., and Beers.) 

Beers, George H., Wabuska, Nev. Ore crushing mill. 
2.032.247 ; Feb. 25. 

Beers, George L., Merchantville, N. J., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Radio Corporation or America, New York, 
N. Y. Signal receiving system. 2 034.647 ; Mar. 17. 

Beers, George L., Colllngswood, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Superheterodyne receiver. 
2,037,754; Apr. 21. 

Beers, George L., Colllngswood, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Radio receiver. 2,053,415 ; 
Sept. 8. 

Beers, George L., Colllngswood, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Diversity receiver. 2,059,081 ; 
Oct. 27. 

Beers, George L., Colllngswood, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Automatic volume control 
with noise suppressor. 2,060.969 ; Nov. 17. 

Beers, Joseph L. (See Beniston, W. J., and Beers.) 

Beers, Royce L., assignor to Detroit Stoker Company, De- 
troit, Rlich. Stoker construction. 2,005,552 ; Dec. 29. 

Beers. Rovce L., assignor to Detroit Stoker Company, De- 
troit. Mich. Stoker construction. 2,005,553 ; Dec. 29. 

Beers, Royce L.. assignor to Detroit Stoker Company, De- 
troit. Mich. Cinder separator. 2,005,554 ; Dec. 29. 

Beers, Royce L., assignor to Detroit Stoker Company, De- 
troit, Mich. Stoker construction. 2,065,555 ; Dec. 29. 

Beers, Royce L., assignor to Detroit Stoker Company, De- 
troit, Mich. Furnace. 2,065,556 ; Dec. 29. 

Beeson. Paul 0.. St. Louis, Mo., assignor to The Ruberold 
Co., New York, N. Y. Corrugated laminated sheathing. 
2.041,393 : May 19. 

Beetem, Frank G., assignor to The Electric Storage Bat- 
tery Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Electrical signaling 
device. 2,039,765 ; May 5. 



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Beezliold, Christian J., Chicago, 111., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to rullman-.Stan(l:ird Car Manufacl uiiuj; 
Company. Car construction. 2.035,410; Mar. 24. 

Befera, Dclmo, llibbina, Minn. Collapsible and adjusta- 
ble steel stand. 2,036,113 ; Mar. 31. 

Begerow, John H. W. (See McKiernau, J. D., and Bege- 
row.) 

Begg, Russell S., Detroit, Mich., assignor to Budd Wheel 
Company, I'liiladelphia, Pa. liub cap and cover. 
2,031,092 ; Feb. 18. 

Begg, Russell S., assignor to The Midland Steel Products 
Company, Cleveland, Ohio, as trustee for Steeldraulic 
Brake Corporation. Brake. 2,038,707 ; Apr. 28. 

Begg, Russell S., Shaker Heights, G. C. R. Kuiper, and 
J. R. Almond, assignors to The Midland Steel Products 
Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Brake shoe and forming 
same. 2,032,804; Mar. 3. 

Beggs, Eugene W., Glen Ridge, N. ,T., assignor to Westing- 
libuse Lamp Company. Precision lamp adapter. 
2.046.363 ; July 7. 

Beggs, James E., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Electric counting apparatus. 
2,047,665 : July 14. 

Beggs, James E., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Electrode structure for metal tubes. 
2,056,035 ; Sept. 29. 

Beggs, Paul W., assignor to Jas. P. Marsh Corporation, 
Chicago, III. Valve adapter. 2,047,764 ; July 14. 

Beghetti, Peter, San Francisco, Calif. Printing stamp. 
2,030,044; Feb. 11. 

Beghetti, Peter, San Francisco, Calif. Tie bar and spacer. 
2,052.012 ; Aug. 25. 

Beghetti, Peter, San Francisco, Calif. Filter. 2,052,013 ; 
Aug. 25. 

Begle, Ned G., Greenwich, Conn., assignor to Berst-Forster 
Dixfield Co., New York, N. Y. Machine for making match 
splints and .'limilar articles. 2,058,207 ; Oct. 20. 

Begun, Semi, Berlin, assignor to C. Lorenz Aktiengesell- 
schaft, Berlin-Tempelhof, Germany. Electromagnetic 
talking machine. 2,048,488 ; July 21. 

Begun, Semi, Berlin, assignor to C. Lorenz Aktiengesell- 
schaft, Berlin-Tempelhof, Germany. Electromagnetic 
talking machine. 2,058,399 ; Oct. 27. 

Begun, Semi, Berlin, and W. Weiche, Berlin-Mariendorf, 
assignors to C. Lorenz Aktiengesellschaft, Berlin-Tem- 
pelhof, Germany. Electromagnetic talking device. 
2,048.487 ; July 21. 

Behan, Thomas W., assignor to Nineteen Hundred Corpo- 
ration, Binghamton, N. Y. Wringer. 2,041,686 ; May 
26. 

Behan, Thomas W., assignor to Nineteen Hundred Corpo- 
ration, Binghamton, N. Y. Agitator for washing ma- 
chines. 2,042.578 ; June 2. 

Behlmer, Otto, Port Arthur, Tex., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to The Texas Companv, New York, N. Y. 
Making gasoline. 2,027,014 ; Jan. 7. 

Behmier. Otto, assignor to Universal Oil Products Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Treatment of hydrocarbon oils. 
2,064.816; Dec. 22. 

Behncke, Hermann. (See Brodersen, K,, Behncke, and Kor- 
ten.) 

Behnke, Guy E., assignor to Reed Roller Bit Company, 
Houston, Tex. Apparatus for pumping deep wells. 
2,039,621 ; May 5. 

Behnke, Harry R.. Villa Park and W. M. Loser, Wheaton, 
assignors to M. Mayhill Smith, Chicago, 111. Gate. 
2,054,788 ; Sept. 22. 

Behr, Leroy K., assignor to Norton Company, Worcester, 
Mass. Saw tooth. 2.065,041 : Dec. 22. 

Behr-Manning Corporation. (See Buckner, Orello S., as- 
signor.) 

Behr-Manning Corporation. (See Schacht, Elmer C, as- 
signor.) 

Behr, Siegfried, Flushing, assignor to Ben Hur Products, 
Inc., New York, N. Y. Hair curler. 2,058,400 ; Oct. 
27. 

Behr, Walter A., Flint, Mich. Fishhook extricator. 
2,054,236 ; Sept. 15. 

Behrens, Hans C. A., Duvenstedt, Post Wohldorf, near 
Hamburg, Germany, assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
the firm Rud. O. Meyer, Hamburg, Germany. Apparatus 
for effecting the growth of crystals in vacuo. 2,034,969 ; 
Mar. 24. 

Behrens, Heinrich, Altona-Stellingen, assignor of one-third 
to L. Sieg, Altona-Elbe, and one-third to R. Groth, Al- 
tona-Othmarschen, Germany. Transmission mechanism 
for motor vehicles. 2,037,305 ; Apr. 14. 

Behringer. Emil. Richmond Hill, N. Y. Heat exchanger. 
2,061.645: Nov. 24. 

Behringer. Prances, New York, N. Y. Infant's garment. 
2.0.^0.091 : Feb. 11. 

Behrman. Abraham S., Chicago, 111. Treatment of fluid. 
2.055,475: Sept. 29. 

Behrman, Marcus B., assignor to American Safety Razor 
Corporation. Brooklyn, N. Y. Blade and holder there- 
for. 2,035.111 : Mar. 24. 

Behrman, Marcus B.. assignor to American Safety Razor 
Corporation, Brooklyn, N. Y. Razor blade. 2,051,160 ; 
Aug. 18. 

Beider. Warren H., Passaic, and T. M. Cunningham. Upper 
Saddle River, N. J. Sealing device for bottles. 
2.043,226 : .Tune 9. 

Beiderman. Edward G.. Detroit. Mich., assignor to The 
Clark Controller Comnany. Cleveland, Ohio. Electric 
welding. 2,047,573 ; July 14. 



Beiderman, Edward G., assignor to General Motors Cor- 
poration, Detroit, Mich, Electric welding. 2,058,553 ; 
Oct. 27. 

Beikmann, Wilhelm^ Hilden, assignor to the firm Vereinigte 
Stahlwerke Aktiengesellschaft, Dusseldorf, Germany. 
Flaring tubes. 2.047,849 ; July 14. 

Beil, George W., Allentown, Pa. Permanent wave meter. 
2,048,666 ; July 28. 

Beimaun, Willielm, Bochum, Germany. Undertired coke 
ovens. 2,043,945 ; June 9. 

Beisley, William P., H. D. Spradlin, L. R. Deadrich, and 
R. H. Eckhoff, Oakland, Calif. Automobile lighting. 
2,064,054 ; Dec. 15. 

Boisser, Charlotte, administratrix. (See Beisser, George.) 

Beissei', George, deceased, by C. Beisser, administratrix, 
H.-imburg-Rahlstedt, Germany. Preserving substances 
of animal origin. 2,052,206 ; Aug. 25. 

Reistle Company, The. (See Pickes, Dewey, assignor.) 

Belter, Frank, Long Island City, N. Y. Apron. 2,056,998 ; 
• Oct. 13. 

Bekemans. Joseph A. (See Jackson, T. J., and Bekemans.) 

Bekius, Nicholas, assignor to Robert W. Irwin Company, 
Grand Rapids, Mich. Extension table. 2,040,593 ; 
May 12. 

Belas, Francis T., and J, W. McCIew. assignors to Auto- 
matic Electric Company Limited. Liverpool, England. 
Electric totalizator. 2,031,298 : Peb. 18. 

Belch, George, Pierceton, Ind. Gate. 2,047,850 ; July 14. 

Belcher, Clarence P. (See Lulek, R. N., and Belcher'.) 

Belcher, Daniel, assignor to Bemis Bro. Bag Co., Minne- 
apolis, Minn. Carrying handle for containers. 
2,052,525 ; Aug. 25. 

Belcher, Daniel, assignor to Bemis Bro. Bag. Co., Minne- 
apolis, Minn. Carrying handle for containers. 2,059,- 
621 ; Nov. 3. 

Belcher. George E., Company. (See Reinhardt, Louis W., 
assignor.) 

Belcher, Harold H. (See Smith, E. L., and Belcher.) 

Belcher, Harold H., Philadelphia, Pa. Pencil. 2,058,291 : 
Oct. 20. 

Belcher, Mark, Daisetta, Tex. Fire extinguisher and 
blowout preventer. 2,041,394 ; May 19. 

Belcher, Warren J., West Hartford, Conn., assignor to 
The Whitney Chain & Mfg. Company. Chain. 
2.030,829 ; Feb. 11. 

Belcher, Warren J., West Hartford, assignor to The Whit- 
ney Chain & Mfg. Company, Hartford, Conn. Enclosure 
for flexible connections. 2,045,565 ; June 30. 

Belchetz, Arnold, Houston, Tex., assignor to Shell De- 
velopment Company, San Francisco, Calif. Sweetening 
process. 2,055,423; Sept. 22. 

Beldam, George W., Lower Bourne, Parnham, England. 
Manufacture of bricks, slabs, sheets, and the like. 
2.056,558 : Oct. 6. 

Beldam, William R., Hounslow, England. Filtering or 
straining apparatus. 2.065,263 ; Dec. 22. 

Belden, Albert O. (See Norton, C. H.. and Belden.) 

Belden, Albert G., and F. B. Drown, assignors to Norton 
Company, Worcester, Mass. Grinding machine having 
an electrically controlled sizing device. 2,037,002 ; 
Apr. 14. 

Belden, Albert G., and H. J. Griffing, assignors to Norton 
Company, Worcester, Mass. Roll grinding machine 
2.040,820 : May 19. 

Belden, Clements G., Royal Oak, assignor to General Motors 
Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Spacer. 2,060,970 ; Nov. 
17. 

Belden Manufacturing Company. (See Andre, Gustaf E., 
assignor.) 

Belden Manufacturing Company. (See Wermine, Hugo H., 
assignor.) 

Belden, Neeta M., Wichita, Kans. Air conditioner. 
2,061,646 ; Nov. 24. 

Beldin, Claude S., Yeadon, assignor to Pennsylvania Salt 
Manufacturing Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Dispensing 
device. 2,059.079 ; Oct. 27. 

Belefant, Benjamin, and H. Hassan, New York, N. Y. Gar- 
ment hanger. 2,044.346 ; June 16. 

Beleson, Abraham, Worcester, Mass. Soldering tool. 
2,036,169; Mar. 31. 

Belfield, H., Company. (See Goehring, Francis K., as- 
signor.) 

Belfrost Diesels Limited. (See Belyavln, Paul, assignor.) 

Beline. Walter E.. Pottsville, assignor to The Phila- 
delphia and Reading Coal and Iron Company, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. Absorber mechanism. 2.056,818 : Oct. 6. 

Belka. Michael W., and J. P. Wood, Lowell, Mass. Slow 
recovery converter water heating system. 2,065,109 ; 
Dec. 22. 

Belknap, William L.. Stratford, Conn. Heat responsive 
valve. 2,031.630 ; Feb. 25. 

Belknap, William L.. Stratford. Conn. Accelerated gravity 
shut-off valve. 2.0.=)7.702 : Oct. 20. 

Bell. Alfred B., Philadelphia, Pa. Barrel. 2,046,498; 
.July 7. 

Bell, Alfred B.. Philadelphia, Pa., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Heywood-Wakefield Company, Gardner, 
Mass. Auxiliary seat. 2,035.451 : Mar. 31. 

Bell. Alfred B., Gardner, assignor to Heywood-Wakefleld 
Company, Boston, Mass. Aisle seat. 2,035,452 ; Mar. 
31. 

Bell, Alfred B.. Gardner, assignor to Hevwood-Wakefleld 
Company, Boston, Mass. Car scat. 2,038,532 ; x\pr. 28. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1936 



Bell, Alfred B., Pliiladelphia, Pa., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Heywood-Wakefield Company, Gardner, 
Mass. 14('versible reclining chair. 2,056,246; Oct. 6. 

Bell, Allan li., Alexandria, Ind., assignor Lo The Mantle 
Lamp Company of America, Chicago, 111. Making spin- 
dles for lamp standards and the like and products there- 
of. 2,061.132 ; Nov. 17. 

Bell, Allan H., Alexandria, Ind.. assignor to The Mantle 
Lamp Company of America, Chicago, 111. Making spin- 
dles for lamp standards and the like and products there- 
of. 2,061,133; Nov. 17. 

Bell, Allan H., Alexandria, Ind., assignor to The Mantle 
Lamp Company of America, Chicago, 111. Lamp bracket. 
2,000,171 ; Dec. 29. 

Bell, Andrew F., Buffalo, N. Y., assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Union Carbide and Carbon Corporation. 
Weldintc machine. 2,047,305 ; July 14. 

Bell, Charles W., Wilkinsburg, assignor to The Union 
Switch & Signal Company, Swissvale, Pa. Railway 
traffic controlling apparatus. 2,044,241 ; June 16. 

Bell, Charles W., Wilkinsburg, assignor to The Union 
Switch & Signal Company, Swissvale, Pa. Railway track 
switch controlling apparatus. 2,060,485 ; Nov. 10. 

Bell, Cornelia M. (See Schmitt, R. M.. and Bell.) 

Bell, David. (See Wallace, W. E., and Bell.) 

Bell, Delamar T., West New Brighton, assignor to Bell 
Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York. Elec- 
trical circuit. 2.059.194 ; Nov. 3. 

Bell, Dillwyn M., River Forest, assignor to Dudley Lock 
Corporation, Chicago, 111. Key and permutation oper- 
ated cabinet lock. 2,035,781 ; Mar. 31. 

Bell, Edgar G. (See Schloss, W. L., and Bell.) 

Bell, Edward C, London, England. Cup and saucer. 
2,059.769: Nov. 3. 

Bell. Edwin A., Philadelphia, Pa. Concrete sign. 
2,050,255 ; Aug. 11. 

Bell, Frank B., Pittsburgh, Pa. Mounting for vehicle 
wheels. 2,064,404 ; Dec. 15. 

Bell, Gertrude F., administratrix. (See Bell, Walter M., 
assignor.) 

Bell & Gossett Company. (See Moore, Robert E., as- 
signor.) 

Bell, Hayes H., assignor of one-half to H. G. Schroer, 
Terre Haute, Ind. Extraction apparatus for production 
of beverages. 2,059,622 ; Nov. 3. 

Bell, Howard H., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Traffic signaling system and appa- 
ratus. 2,029,217; Jan. 28. 

Bell & Howell Company, The. (See Howell, Albert S., 
assignor.) 

Bell & Howell Company. (See Howell, A. S., and Stech- 
bart, assignors.) 

Bell & Howell Company, The. (See Mayer, Edwin 6., 
assignor.) 

Bell & Howell Company, The. (See Stechbart, Bruno, as- 
signor.) 

Bell & Howell Company, The. (See Warmisham, Arthur, 
assignor.) 

Bell, .l.imes H. (See Dinlpy, Cl.irence F., as.signor.) 

Bell. James H., Pelzer, S. C. Adjustable clamp for ropes. 
2,053,018 ; Sept. 1. 

Bell, James W., Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Ladder. 2,038,521 ; 
Apr. 28. 

Bell, John C. (See Brittain, R. J., Jr., and Bell.) 

Bell, Joseph, Cincinnati, Ohio. Switch. 2,036,676 ; Apr. 7. 

Bell, Joseph, Cincinnati, Ohio. Direction indicating de- 
vice. 2,043.727 ; June 9. 

Bell, Leonard P., San Diego, Calif. Musical Instrument 
pick. 2,063,011 ; Dec. 8. 

Bell Punch Company Limited. (See Black, H. D., and 
Degen, assignors.) 

Bell Punch Company Limited. (See Black, H. D., and 
Webb, assignors.) 

Bell Punch Company Limited. (See Degen, Alexander 
A. C., assignor.) 

Bell Punch Printing Company. (See Webb, Christopher 
F., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Aamodt, 
Thoralf. assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Abraham, 
L. G., and Grenell, assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Aiken, 
Charles B., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Alford, 
Edward L., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Allison, 
S. W., and McKim, assignors.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Ander- 
son, Prithiof B., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Ander- 
son, L. T., and Low, assignors.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Arnold. 
Harold D., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Atkins, 
George E., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories. Incorporated. (See Beau- 
mont, William M., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Bell, 
Delamar T., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Bennett, 
Arthur F., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories. Incorporated. (See Ben- 
net. A. F., and Gordon. Jr., assignors.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Bennett, 
A. F., and Tuffnell, assignors.) 



Bell Telephone Laboratories. Incorporated. (See Betts, 

W. L., and Jones, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Bieling, 

Carl A., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Bieling, 

C. A., and Richard, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Bjorn- 

son, Bjorn G., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Black, 

Harold S., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Blattner, 

David G., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Blount, 

Frank E., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Blount, 

Nelson, assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Bobls, 

Stephen, assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Bode, 

Hendrik W., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Bonomi, 

Felix A., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Borg- 

mann, Charles, assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Bouton, 

G. M., and Schumacher, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Bowne, 

Langford J., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Broad- 
well, Howard, see assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Browne, 

B. O., and Morrison, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Brown- 

seombe, Philip J., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Bu- 
chanan, R. B., and Kille, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Buckley, 

Oliver B., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Burchett, 

George W.. assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Buden- 

bom. Horace T., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Burgess, 

A. A., and Knowlton, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Burns, 

Robert, assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Burton, 
Everett T., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Bur- 
well, John A., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Butz, 
Edward D., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, et al. (See 
Campbell, T. C, assignor, Wheeler and Bowly. ) 

BeU Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Carpen- 
ter, Warren W., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Cesareo, 
Orfeo, assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Chaffee, 
Joseph G., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Chesnut, 
Roy W., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Chesnut, 
R. W., Crane, and Huber, assignors.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Clecolel- 
la, David P., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Cioffl, 
Paul P., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Corwin, 

Thomas L., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Crawford, 

Arthur B., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Cruick- 

shank, John E.. assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Cum- 

mings, George C, assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Curl, 

Herbert C, assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Curran, 

Stanley T., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Curtis, 

Austen M., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Curtis, 

A. M., and Boardman, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Ciish- 

man. R, A., and Young, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Cush- 

man, R. W., and Hill, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Davisson, 

Clinton J., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Dietzold, 

Robert L., a.=;signor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Dimond. 

Thomas L., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Dowd, 

Andrew D., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laborntories, Incorporated. (See Duguid, 

J. M.. and Sole, assisrnors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Ellis, 

William C, assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Elmer, 

L. A., and MacDougall, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Elmer, 

L. A., and Shea, assignors.) 



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Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Erick- 

son, Elmer C, assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Fay, 

Clifford E., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Fergu- 
son, James G., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Ferrell, 

Enoch B., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Fetter, 

C. H., Morton, and StoUer, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone l.alioiatories, lucorpoiated. (See Field, 

Joseph C, assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Fisher, 

Harold J., assignor.) 
Bell Tf^lephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Friis, 

Harald T., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Gargan, 

J. O., and Young, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Gent, 

Edgar W., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See German- 
ton. Charles E., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Glertsen, 

Oyvind N., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Glea- 

son, D. H., and Redmond, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Glunt, 

Omer M., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See God- 

dard, Myron C, assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Goff, 

Harold W., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated; (See Gray, 

Cecil R., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Gray, 

Frank, assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Liiboratories, Incorporated. (See Green, 

Irving W., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Green- 

idge, Ralph M. C, assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Earing, 

Horace B., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Harris, 

Henry J., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Harrison, 

Henry C, assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Harrison, 

H. C, and Keller, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Harri- 
son, H. C, Keller, and Pollard, assignors.) 
Bell Teleiihone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Hartley, 

Ralph V. L., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Harvey, 

William H., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Hefele, 

John R., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Heising, 

Raymond A., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Hill, 

Henry B., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Horn, 

Irvin R., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Horton, 

Joseph W., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (SeeHovland, 

Henry, assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Hurst, 

G. A., and Retallack, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Husta, 

Philip, assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Ingman- 

son. John H., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Ives, 

Herbert E.. assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Ives, 

H. E., and Gray, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Ives, 

H. E.. and Subrizi. assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Jacobs, 

Oliver B., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Jensen, 

Axel G., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Johnson, 

John B., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See John- 
son. J. B., and Weinhart, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Johnson, 

L. H., and Ix>w, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Johnston, 

Donald P., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories. Incorporated. (See Kannen- 

berz. Walter F., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Keller, 

Arthur C, assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Kelsay, 

LeRoy W., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Kemp, 

Archie K., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Kenner, 

A., and Smith, assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, (See Kille, 

Llndley A., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See King, 

Gerald V. assignor.) 



Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Kinkead, 

F. S., and Locke, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Knoop, 

William A., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Koech- 

ling, Charles D., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Krecek, 

Joseph A., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Krecek, 

J. A., and Munro, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Kuhn, 

John J., assignor.) 
Bell Teleplione Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Laico, 

Joseph P., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Lakatos, 

Emory, assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Lam- 

berty. F. R., and Van Damme, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Lane, 

Clarence E., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Lane, 

Cuthbert C, assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Lang, 

Wilmarth Y., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Low, 

Prank K., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See MacCoU, 

Le Roy A,, assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Mallina, 

Rudolph P., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Mason, 

Warren P., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Masson- 

neau, Robert P., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Mathes, 

Robert C, assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Matthies, 

William H., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See McKim, 

James B., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Melhuish, 

Lawrence E., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Melick, 

John ^I.. assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Men- 

denhall, Hallam B., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Meszar, 

John, assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Metzger, 

Frederick W., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Miller, 

Daniel D., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Miller, 

Ralph Ii., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Mills, 

Percy E., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Mills, 

P. E., and Shann, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Morton, 

Edmund R., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Mott- 

ram. Elliott T., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Mougey, 

AVilbur E., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Murphy, 

Paul B., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Myers, 

Oscar, assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Neely, 

Thomas H., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Norman, 

Nathaniel C, assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Och, 

Henry G., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Ogg, 

Robert A., assignor. 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See OM, Rus- 
sell S.. assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Parsons, 

Loren E., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Per- 

reault, George E., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Pfannen- 

stiehl. Harry, assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Pike, 

Vernon B., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Powell, 

Albert C, assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Power, 

James B., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Pritch- 

ard, W. T., and Saunders, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Pruden, 

Harold M., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Pullis, 

George A., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Red- 

monrl. F. J., and Reynolds, assignors.) 
Bell Telephcne Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Ressler, 

Ralph E.. assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Rey- 
nolds, John N., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Biesz, 

Robert R., assignor.) 



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Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Kock- 

wood, George H., Jr., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Romnes, 

rianUon L. assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Eonci, 

Victor L., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Roncl 

V. L., and Hale, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Rosene 

Victor E., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Rumpel 

Carl H., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See St. 

John, Everett, assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Samuel, 

Arthur L., assignor.) 
Bell Telcplione Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Saul, 

G. N.. and Shiel. assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Scheer, 

William H., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Schel- 

kunoff, Sergei A., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Scott, 

Herbert J., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Scudder, 

Frederick J., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Shann, 

Oscar A., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Shower, 

Edmund G., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. ■ (See Sieg- 

mund, Humphreys O., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Slonc. 

zewski. Thaddeus, assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Smith, 

George O., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Smith, 

Percy C., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Smith, 

Phillip H., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Smythe, 

Edwin .H., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Spencer, 

Thomas A., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Stallard, 

Burrell, assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Staples, 

Elliot M.. assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See S^tearn, 

Franklin A., as.'^ignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Stilwell, 

George R., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Stock- 

fleth, Sigurd J., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Stokely, 

Ray L., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Stoller, 

Hugh M., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Strieby, 

JIaurice E., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Swart, 

Leland K., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Inc. (See Swart, L. K., 

and Tebo, assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Swoboda, 

.\dolph R.. assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories. Incorporated, et al. (See 

Taylor, Edmund R., and C. C, and Wadsworth, as- 
signors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Tem- 

pleton. Bryce O., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Terry, 

Roy V.,- assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Thorp, 

Kermit O., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Thuras, 

Albert L., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Tromp, 

G P.. and Npi'II. assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Trucksess, 

Dnvid E., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboiatories, Incorporated. (See Ulrich, 

Horace W., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Labor.itories, Incorporated. (See Vib- 

bard, Edward L.. assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Vieth, 

Leonard, assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Ware, 

Lawrence A., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Weaver, 

L. L.. and Webber, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Weis, 

Charles L., Jr.. assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Wente. 

Edward C, assignor.) 
Bell Telpohone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Wentz, 

.Tessp P.. PKsignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Wer- 

ring. W. W.. and Huxham. assignors.) 
Bell Telenhone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Wlieeler, 

Clyde H., assignor.) 
Bell Tplpphnne Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Whittle, 

Horace, assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Wicker- 

sheim, Lyle W., assignor.) 



Bell Telep!ione Laboratories. Incorporated. (See Wie- 
busch, Charles F., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Wil- 
liams, Samuel B., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Inccorporated. (See Wilson, 
Henry t)., Jr., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Wilson, 
J. R., Acker, and Hartman, assignors.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Worces- 
ter, Joseph A., assignor.) 

Bell, Walter H., New York, N. Y. Tank washing and 
watering device. 2.030,194; Feb. 13. 

Bell, Walter M., deceased, Chicago, 111., G. F. Bell, ad- 
ministratrix of said W.Tlter M. Bell, assignor to G. F. 
Bell. Pump. 2.027,015 ; Jan. 7. 

Bell, William C, Baltimore, and W. N. Fischer, Baltimore 
County, Jld. Piston and connecting rod construction. 
2,0fi5..5n9 : Dec. 29. 

Bell, William D., Columbus, Ohio, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Auto Research Corporation, Apparatus 
for lubricating. 2,043.986; June 16. 

Bellamy, John I. (See Richardson, R. G., and Bellamy.) 

Bellamy. John I. (See Robinson, H. C, and Bellamy.) 

Bellamy, Leon, Newton, Mass. Machine for coating ma- 
terials. 2,051,813 ; Aug. 25. 

Bellanca, Giuseppe M.. New Castle, Del. Fuselage con- 
struction. 2,043,980 ; June 16. 

Bellanca, Giuseppe M., New Castle, Del. Retractible land- 
ing gear. 2,051,021 ; Aug. 18. 

Bellanca, Giuseppe M., Now Castle, Del. Ventilation of 
airplanes. 2,058,659 ; Oct. 27. 

Bellanger, Frank A. (See Hopkinson, B., Belanger, Alcott, 
and Hewitt.) 

Bellaschi, Peter L., Sharon, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric & Manufacturing Companv, East Pittsburgh, 
Pa. Lightning-stroke generator. 2,032,904 ; Mar. 3. 

Beller, Hans, Ludwigshafen-on-the-Rhine, and M. Schell- 
mann, Mannheim, assignors to I. G. Farbenindustrie 
Aktiengesellschaft, Frankfort-on-the-Main, Germany. 
Recovery of organic acids from oxidation products of 
hydrocarbons. 2,055,095 ; Sept. 22. 

Beller, Hans, Ludwigshafen-on-tbe-Rhine, and M. Schell- 
mann. Mannheim, assignors to I. G. Farbenindustrie 
Aktiengesellschaft, Frankfort-on-the-Main, Germany. 
Recovery of organic acids from oxidation products of 
hydrocarbons. 2.059,201 ; Nov. 3. 

Bellevue Manufacturing Company, The. (See Martin, 
Jacob F., assignor.) 

Bellingham Iron Works, Inc. (See Reid, Thomas W., 
assignor.) 

Bellinghausen, Walter, assignor to Industrial Patents Cor- 
poration, Chicago, 111. Slicing machine. 2,036,012 ; 
Mar. 31. 

Relliveau. Alfred H. (See Hershey, H. E.. and Belliveau.) 

Belloc. Maurice, assignor to Societe Nobel Francaise, 
(Societe Anonyme), Paris, France. Preparation of 
artificial fibers. 2,035,939 ; Mar, 31. 

Belluche, Frank R., Racine, Wis. Sheet feeding mecha- 
nism. 2.063.479 : Dec. 8. 

Belluche, Prank R.. assignor to Christensen Machine 
Company, Racine, Wis. Sheet feeder. 2,033,320 ; Mar. 
10. 

Belltiche. Frank R., assignor to Christensen Machine Com- 
pany, Racine, Wis. Feeder for printing presses. 2,059,- 
677 ; Nov. 3. 

Belmont, Arthur H.. Gridley, assicmor of one-half to J. E. 
Ebert, Marysville, Calif, Protecting shield for, tool 
handles. 2.036,790 : Apr. 7. 

Belmont Hosiery Company. (See Stroud, Paul G., as- 
signor.) 

Beloit Iron Works. (See Berry, Earl E.. assignor.) 

Beloit Iron Works. (See Bing. Hnrold O.. assignor.) 

Beloit Iron Works. (See Darby, James K., assignor.) 

Beloit Iron Works. (See Hornbostel. Llovd, assignor.) 
Beloit Iron Works. (See Putnam, C. P., Berry, and Horn- 
bostel, assignors,) 

Belshaw, Charles P., Greenville, Mich. Refrigerator. 
2,064,515 ; Dec. 15. 

Belshaw, Charles P., and W. J. La Casse, Duluth, Minn., 
assignors to The Coolerator Company. Ice cuber. 
2.030,735: Feb. 11. 
Belsinger. Inc. (See Belsinger, Samuel P., assignor.) 
Belsinger. Samuel P., assignor to Belsinger, Inc., Atlanta, 

Ga. Shipping container. 2.053,595 : Sept. 8. 
Belson Manufacturing Co. (See Belson, Milton J., as- 
signor.) 
Belson, Milton J., assignor to Belson Manufacturing Co., 
Chicago. 111. Lens retaining device. 2.056, 1.^13 ; Oct. 6. 
Belt. Joseph S., Dallas, Tex., assignor to Ruby Vines Belt. 

Bath apparatus. 2,053,984 : Sept. 8. 
Belt. Ruhv Vines. (See Belt, Joseph S.. assignor.) 
Belton, Oscar L. (See Belton. Porter L.. -ind O. L.) 
Belton. Porter L.. and O. L. Belton, Barberton, assignors 
to Seiberling Latex Products Company. Akron. Ohio. 
Rubber glove and making same. 2,064.143 ; Dec. 15. 
Beltz. John S.. and L. E. Mitchell. Colninhus. Ohio, as- 
signors to The Jeffrey Manufacturing Company. Mining 
ni.ncbine. 2 066.105 : Dec. 99. 
Beltz. Lester L.. assignor to Packard Motor Car Company, 

Detroit. Mich. Motor vehicle. 2.037.058 : Apr. 14. 
Beltz. Lester L., assignor to Packard Motor Car Company, 
Detroit, Mich. Internal combustion engine. 2,037,059 ; 
Apr. 14. 
Belveal, Sherman. Delphos. Kans. Combined coupling 
and suspension device. 2,030,779 ; Feb. 11. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



65 



Belyavin, Paul, assignor to Belfrost Diesels Limited, 
London, England. Centrifugal governor for internal 
combustion engines. 2,062,084 ; Nov. 24. 

Belyea, Prod, Bralntree, Iklass., assignor to United Shoe 
Machinery Coiporntion, Paterson, N. J. Shoe and mak- 
ing the some. 2.046,444; July 7. 

Bembery, I. P., Aktiengesellschaft. (See Etzkorn, R., and 
Knehe, assignors.) 

Bembry, John W., Unadilla, Ga. Governor. 2,036,114 ; 
Mar. 31. 

Berais, Albert F., Newton, assignor to Bemis Industries, 
Incorporated, Boston, Mass. Building construction. 
2.031,631 ; Feb. 25. 
Bcmis, Albert F., Newton, assignor to Bemis Industries, 
Incorporated, Boston, Mass. Building construction. 
2,049,190 ; July 28. 

Bemis, Albert F., Newton, Mass., assignor to Bemis In- 
dustries, Incorporated, Boston. Building construction. 
2,050,256 ; Aug. 11. 

Bemis, Albert F., Newton, assignor to Bemis Industries, 
Incorporated, Boston, Mass. Concrete form. 2,050,257 ; 
Aug. 11. 

Bemis-, Albert F., Newton, assignor to Bemis Industries, 
Incorporated, Boston, Mass. Building construction. 
2,050,258 ; Aug. 11. 

Bemis, Albert F., Newton, assignor to Bemis Industries, 
Incorporated, Boston, Mass. Building construction. 
2,054,189 ; Sept. 15. 

Bemis, Arthur S., and M. S. May, St. Marys, Pa., as- 
signors to Speer Carbon Company. Brush for dynamo- 
electric machines. 2,041,895 ; May 26. 

Bemis Bro. Bag Co. (See Belcher, Daniel, assignor.) 

Bemis Bro. Bag Co. (See Brady, Charles V., assignor.) 

Bemis Bro. Bag Co. (See Hannewald, B. A., and Ingstad, 
assignors.) 

Bemis Industries, Incorporated. (See Bemis, Albert F., 
assignor.) 

Benade, Walther, Dessau-in-Anhalt, Germany, assignor to 
General Aniline Works, Inc., New York, N. Y. Pyrazo- 
lone azo dyes and their production. 2,026,861 ; Jan. 7. 

Benaggio, Joseph, Detroit, Mich. Sealing device. 
2,033,371 ; Mar. 10. 

Benander, George B., Yalesville, Conn., assignor to The 
Monowatt Electric Corporation. Plug connecter. 
2,027.853 : Jan. 14. 

Benander, George B., Yalesville, assignor to Monowatt 
Electric Corporation, Bridgeport, Conn. Convenience 
outlet. 2,031,453 : Feb. 18. 

Benander, George B., Yalesville, assignor to Monawatt 
Electric Corporation, Bridgeport, Conn. Electrical con- 
necter. 2,055,329 ; Sept. 22. 

Benander, George B., Yalesville, assignor to Monowatt Elec- 
tric Corporation, Bridgeport, Conn. Trl-plug. 2,058,292 ; 
Oct. 20. 

Benard, Arthur G., Victor, N. Y., assignor to Locke Insu- 
lator Corporation, Baltimore, Md. Apparatus for mak- 
ing one-piece insulators. 2,034,707 ; Mar. 24. 

Benatar, Edgar Bloomfleld, N. J. Cover for conveyers and 
clamping means therefor. 2,038,471 ; Apr. 21. 

Benatar, Edgar, Bloomfleld, N. J. Freight car appliances. 
2,064,405 ; Dec. 15. 

Benbow, E. Q. (See Simpson, William, assignor.) 

Bencowltz, Isaac, New York, N. Y., assignor to Texas Gulf 
Sulphur Company. Sulphur burner. 2,031,403 ; Feb. 18. 

Bencowitz, Isaac, New York. N. Y., and J. Wood, Gulf, 
Tex., assignors to Texas Gulf Sulphur Company. Fuel 
burner. 2,049,150; July 28. 

Bencraft, George R., assignor to Meigs, Bassett & Slaugh- 
ter, Inc.. Philadelphia, Pa. Purification of bast fibers. 
2,054,779 ; Sept. 15. 

Benda, Louis, Frankfort-on-the-Main, Germany, assignor 
to Winthrop Chemical Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. 
Aqueous solutions of therapeutically valuable com- 
pounds and preparing them. 2.040.973 : May 19. 

Benda, Louis, Frankfort-on-the-Main, and O. Sievers, 
Frankfort-on-the-Main, Hochst, Germany, assignors to 
Winthrop Chemical Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. 
Compounds of the acridinium series and preparing them. 
2,039,577 ; May 5. 

Beudall, Wilfrid H., Long Island City, N. Y. Power 
transmission chain drive. 2,062,115 ; Nov. 24. 

Bender, Carl, Cologne-Lindenthal, Germany. Grip mech- 
anism for calileways. 2.026,860: Jan. 7. 

Bender, Edward G., New York, N. Y. Dustless bag empty- 
ing attachment. 2.060,776: Nov. 10. 

Bender, Frederic H., assignor to American Steel Foundries, 
Chicago, 111. Car truck. 2,047,251; July 14. 

Bender, Frederic H., and F. E. Bachman. assignor to 
American Steel Foundries, Chicago, 111. Wheel and axle 
assembly. 2,031,093 : Feb. 18. 

Bender, Hijos De H. A., S. A. (See Sala, Jose V., as- 
signor.) 

Bender, Howard L., Bloomfield, N. J., assignor to Bake- 
lite Corporation. New York, N. Y. Synthetic resins and 
compositions. 2,034.457 : Mar. 17. 

Bender. Howard L., Bloomfleld, N. J., assignor to Bake- 
lite Corporation. New York. N. Y. Resinous composition 
and making' same. 2.041.453: May 19. 

Bender. Howard L.. Bloomfield. N. J., assisnor to Bakelite 
Corporation. New York, N. Y. Air drving composition 
of the alkyd resin type. 2.064.875 : Dec. 22. 

Bender, Howard L.. Bloomfield, N. J., assignor to Bakelite 
Corporation. New York. N. Y. Air drying composition of 
the urea resin type. 2.064.876 : Dec. 22. 

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Bender, Howard L., Bloomfleld, and F. I. Bennett, Jr., 
Highland Park, assignors to Johnson & Johnson, New 
Brunswick, N. J. Waterproof fabric and production 
thereof. 2,055,450 ; Sept. 22. 

Bender, Robert W., assignor to Inter-Collegiate Press, 
Kansas City, Mo. Intaglio printing machine. 2,053,510 : 
Sept. 8. 

Bender Warrick Corporation. (See Warrick, Charles F., 
assignor.) 

Bendersky, Sadie, Irvington, N. J. Dress shield and making 
the same. 2,058,052 ; Oct. 20. 

Bendfelt, Herbert A., Shorewood, Wis., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Vogt Processes, Incorporated, Louisville, 
Ky. Injecting edible material Into ice cream and the 
like. 2,032,970 ; Mar. 3. 

Bendfelt, Herbert A., Milwaukee, Wis., assignor to Vet 
Processes, Incorporated, Louisville, Ky. Apparatus for 
injecting immiscible material into ice cream and the 
hke. 2,032,971 ; Mar. 3. 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Bendix, Vincent, as- 
signor.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Blake, K. R., and 
Hill, assignors.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Bragg, Caleb S., as- 
signor.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Budd, Clarence B., as- 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Carbonara, Victor E.. 
assignor.) ' 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Carroll, Eugene G 
assignor.) & ^ ^-.., 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Carroll, E. G., and 

Cox, assignors.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Cautley, John R, 

assignor.) 

Bendix -V^^viation Corporation. (See Chandler, Milton E , 

assignor.) ' 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Cunningham, M. M., 

and Bemo, assignors.) ' 
Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Dodge, Adiel Y as- 
signor.) ■' 
Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Edelen, J. L., and 

Hunt, assignors.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Floyd, J. M., Long, 

Nash, and Dibble, assignors.) > o, 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Frank Frederick C 

assignor.) . -» v-., 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Gernandt, Waldo O., 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Goepfrich, Rudolph 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Hedler. Edwin C as- 
signor.) . uvYiu V,., a.a 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Ilofer, Alfred H as- 
signor. ) • > " 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See House, Bryan E., 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Hunt, Scott F as- 
signor.) I. ■■-., ao 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Ketay, Morris F as- 
signor.) o ., uo 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Kliesrath, Victor W 
assignor.) ' 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Koch, Paul W as- 
signor.) >., CIO 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Kohr, Robert F 
as.signor.) '' 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See La Brie, Ludeer B 
assignor.) *= 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Laddon, I. M and 
Lyon, assignors.) '' 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Lauret, Marin A., 
assignor.) ' 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Linder, Francis, as- 
signor.) ' 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Mahoney, J. P., and 
Long, assignors. 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Norton, Raymond J 
assignor.) < j "., 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Price, H. W. and 
E. R.) ' 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Price, H W and 
Kliesrath, assignors.) '' 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Reichel, W A and 
Ketay, assignors.) "' 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Rosner, Adolnh as- 
signor.) f . a'' 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Sanford, Rov S as- 
signor.) J ., ao 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Sanford, R S and 

Wadsworth. assignors.) '' 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Smith, Stuvves.nnt 
C, assignor.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Spengler. Walter T 

assignor.) •• ^ »., 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Starr, Albert C as 

sicnor.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Starr, Charles E 

assignor.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Thomas. Archibald P 

assignor.) ' 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Wadsworth, Frank 

L. O., assignor.) ' "'■'^"'^ 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Warren, Kenneth W 

.Tssignor.) ■' 



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Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Werner, Oscar, as- 
signor.) 

Bendlx Aviation Corporation. (See Wirth, Emil O., as- 
signor.) T-, /^ 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Wirtli, E. O., and 
Barfod, assignors.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Zand, Steplien J., as- 
signor. ) 

Bendix Brake Company. (See Babel, Raymond A., as- 
signor.) 

Bendix Brake Company. (See Bendix, Vincent, assignor.) 

Bendix Brake Company. (See Bendix, V., and LaBiie, 
assignors.) ^ 

Bendix Brake Company. (See Carroll, Eugene G., as- 
signor.) . , _, 

Bendix Brake Company. (See Cotterman, Frederick W., 
assignor.) 

Bendix Brake Company. (See Dalahaye, Walter H., as- 
signor.) 

Bendix Brake Company. (See Dodge, Adiel Y., assignor.) 

Bendix Brake Company. (See Frank, Frederick C, as- 
signor.) 

Bendix Brake Company. (See Frankland, Edwin, as- 
signor.) 

Bendix Brake Company. (See Kohr, Robert F., assignor.) 

Bendix Brake Company. (See La Brie, Ludger E., as- 
signor. ) 

Bendix Brake Company. (See La Brie, L. E., and Rosner, 
assignors.) 

Bendix Brake Company. (See McConkey, Montgomery 
W., assignor.) 

Bendix Brake Company. (See Norton, Raymond J., as- 
signor.) 

Bendix Brake Company. (See Parker, H. F., and House, 
assignors.) 

Bendix Brake Company. (See Rosner, Adolph, assignor.) 

Bendix Brake Company. (See Sanford, Boy S., assignor.) 

Bendix Brake Company. (See Stelzer, William, assignor.) 

Bendix Brake Company. (See Taylor, Cecil H., assignor.) 

Bendix Brake Company. (See Taj'lor, Eugene V., as- 
signor.) 

Bendix Brake Company. (See Turgot, Robert C. L. P., 
assignor.) 

Bendix Brake Company. (See Wells, Franklin H., as- 
signor. ) 

Bendix Brake Company. (See White. Clyde L.. assignor.) 

Bendix Brake Company. (See Whitworth, Stanley, as- 
signor. ) 

Bendix-Cowdrey Brake Tester, Inc. (See Dodge, A. T., 
and Statz, assignors.) 

Bendix Products Corporation. (See Budd, Clarence E., 
assignor.) 

Bendix Products Corporation. (See Chandler, M. B., and 
Cole, assignors.) 

Bendix Products Corporation. (See Cunningham, Marion 
M., assignor.) 

Bendix Products Corporation. (See Dessart, Jean, as- 
signor.) 

Beniiix Products Corporation. (See Gallup, David L., as- 
signor.) 

Bendix Products Corporation. (See Hopkins, Charles L., 
assignor.) 

Bendix Products Corporation. (See Hunt, Scott F., as- 
signor. ) 

Bendix Products Corporation. (See Jordan, Fredrick 
H., assignor.) 

Bendix Products Corporation. (See Koppel, Ernest R., 
assignor.) 

Bendix Products Corporation. (See La Brie, Ludger E., 
assignor.) 

Bendix Products Corporation. (See Linthwaite, Owen C, 
assignor.) 

Bendix Products Corporation. (See Tatter, John W., as- 
signor. ) 

Bendix Research Corporation. (See Gregg, David, as- 
signor.) 

Bendix Research Corporation. (See Mock, Frank C, as- 
signor.) 

Bendix Research Corporation. (See Smith, Stuyvesant, 
C. assignor.) 

Bendix Stromberg Carburetor Company. (See Mock, 
Frank C, assignor.) 

Bendix Stromberg Carburetor Company. (See Prentiss, 
Augustin M.. assignor.) 

Bendix, Vincent, Chicago, assignor to Bendix Brake Com- 
pany, South Bend, Ind. Brake mechanism. 2,046,053 ; 
June 30. 

Bendix, Vincent, assignor, by mesne assignments, to Ben- 
dix Aviation Corporation, South Bend, Ind. Brake. 
2,063,024; Dec. 8. 

Bendix, Vincent, Chicago, 111., and L. E. La Brie, assignors 
to Bendix Brakp Company, South Bend, Ind. Brake. 
2.028.583 : Jan. 21. 

Bendix-Westinghouse Automotive .\ir Brake Company. 
(See easier, Roger H., assignor.) 

Bendix-Westinghouse Automotive Air Brake Company. 
(See easier, R. H., and Eaton, assignors.) 

Bendix Westingbouse Automotive Air Brake Company. 

(See Eaton, Wilfred A., assignor.) 
Bendix-Westinghouse Automotive Air Brake Company. 
(See Johnson, Stephen, Jr., assignor.) 

Bendix-Westinghouse Automotive Air Brake Company. 
(See Johnson, S., Jr., and Casler, assignors.) 

Bendix Westingbouse Automotive Air Brake Company. 
(See Johnson, S., Jr., and Eaton, assignors.) 



Bendix-Westinghouse Automotive Air Brake Company, 
The. (See McCune, J. C, and Johnson, assignors.) 

Bendix-Westinghouse Automotive Air Brake Company. 
(See Rus.sell, Robert C, assignor.) 

Bendix-Westinghouse Automotive Air Brake Company. 
(See Turek, Thomas J., assignor.) 

Bendix-Westinghouse Automotive Air Brake Company. 
(See Vorech, Stephen, assignor.) 

Bendix-Westinghouse Automotive Air Brake Company. 
(See Vorech, S., and Eaton, assignors.) 

Bendix Westingbouse Automotive Air Brake Company. 
(See Vorech, S., and Johnson, assignors.) 

Benedek, Elek, Mount Gilead, Ohio. Grinding antifriction 
needle bearings. 2,062,803 ; Dec. 1. 

Benedek, Elek K., assignor to The Hydraulic Press Mfg. 
Company, Mount Gilead, Ohio. Pump or motor. 
2,032,079 ; Feb. 25. 

Benedict, Edward L., Oakmont, assignor to Pittsburgh 
Steel Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Highway guard. 
2,043,525 ; June 9. 

Benedict, Frank, Rutherford, N. J., assignor to Gen- 
eral Railway Signal Company, Rochester, N. Y. Bat- 
ter.v charging system. 2,035,420 ; Mar. 24. 

Benedict, Prank, Rutherford, N. J., assignor to General 
Railway Signal Company, Rochester, N. Y. Train dis- 
patching system for railroads. 2,058,554 ; Oct. 27. 

Benedict, Frank, Rutherford, N. J., and P. E. Carter, 
Bronxville, N. Y., assignors to General Railway Signal 
Company, Rochester, N. Y. Train dispatching system 
for railroads. 2,037,875 ; Apr. 21. 

Benedict, Wayne L., assignor to TJniversal Oil Products 
Company, Chicago, 111. Treatment of motor fuel. 
2,051,814 ; Aug. 25. 

Bener, Christian, Chur, assignor to Raduner & Co., A-G., 
Horn, Switzerland. Dressing fabrics. 2,031,245 ; Feb. 
18. 

Benfer, Richard W., New Rochelle. N. Y., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Western Electric Company, In- 
corporated. Film guiding apparatus. 2,038,980 ; Apr. 
28. 

Benford, Frank A., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Reflector and designing same. 
2,050,035 ; Aug. 4. 

Benge, Prank H., Norristown, Pa., assignor to Continental- 
Diamond Fibre Company, Newark, Del. Spinning bucket. 
2,028,040 ; Jan. 14. 

Benge, Frank H., Norristown, Pa., assignor to Continental- 
Diamond Fibre Company, Newark, Del. Gear. 
2,064.144 : Dec. 15. 

Benge, Frank H., Norristown, Pa., assignor to Continental- 
Diamond Fibre Company, Newark, Del. Gearing. 
2,064,723 ; Dec. 15. 

Benge, Frank H., Norristown, and J. Petho, Spring Mount, 
Pa., assignors to Continental-Diamond Fibre Company, 
Newark, Del. F^ber spoke gear, 2,050,916 ; Aug. 11. 

Bengston, Helmer, Indianapolis, Ind., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Aluminum Company of America, Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. Coated aluminum piston. 2,036,740 ; Apr. 7. 

Bengtson, Eskil, Crystal Lake, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Cinch Manufacturing Corporation, Chicago, 
111. Cable marker strip and making the same. 
2.043,919 ; June 9. 

Benham, Dallas B.. Minneapolis, Minn. Universal joint. 
2.057.875 ; Oct. 20. 

Benham, Daniel W., et al. (See Dumas, Eugene J., as- 
signor.) 

Benbam, Prank L., assignor to Ohio Seamless Tube Com- 
pany, Shelby, Ohio. Apparatus for reducing and elon- 
gating tubes. 2,026,666 ; Jan. 7. 

Ben Hur Products, Inc. (See Belir, Siegfried, assignor.) 

Benicia Fisheries. (See Wetmore, Paul S., assignor.) 

Beniston, William J., Seaford, N. Y., and J. L. Beers, 
Bloomfield, N. J., assignors to Julius Kayser & Com- 
pany, Brooklyn, N. Y. Speed indicator and tension 
regulator for warp knitting machines. 2,030, 125 ; 
Feb. 11. 

Benjamin, Benjamin, Freeport, assignor to Schwartz & 
Benjamin, Incorporated, Brooklyn, N. Y. Shoe. 
2.049.347 ; July 28. 

Benjamin, Bert B. (See Johnston, E. A., and Benjamin.) 

Benjamin, Bert R., Oak Park, and J. Morkovski, Canton, 
111., assignors to International Harvester Company. 
Tractor beet harvester. 2,037.960 : Apr. 21. 

Benjamin, Edward O., North Caldwell, N. J. Oil burner. 
2.066,026 : Dee. 29. 

Benjamin Electric Mfg. Company. (See Benjamin, Reu- 
ben B., assignor.) 

Benjamin Electric Mfg. Company. (See Dumont, Eugene 
S., assignor.) 

Benjamin, Howard A., Maywood. 111., assignor to Ameri- 
can Can Company, New Yorlt. N. Y. Temperature 
measuring apparntus. 2.036.618 ; Apr. 7. 

Benjamin, Mark, Wembley, assignor to The M-O Valve 
Company Limited, London, England. Production of 
highly electro-positive metals within sealed vessels, 
such, for example, as thermionic valves. 2,054,649 ; 
Sept. 15. 

Benjamin. Reuben B.. Chicago, assignor to Benjamin Elec- 
tric Mfg. Company, Des Plalnes, 111. Floodlight. 
2.040,821: May 19. 

Benjamin. Sidney H., Milwaukee, Wis. Safety razor. 
2.048,489 ; July 21. 

Benklv. George N.. Paris, France. Room cooling unit. 
2,046,314 ; July 7. 



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Benkman, Curtis W., F. C. Rodrigues, and 11. F. Opper- 
mnn, Lanikal, Territory of Hawaii. Direction signal 
for velilcles. 2,032,560 ; Mar. 3. 

Benner, James J., Maple Heights, assignor to Tlie Gebauer 
Chemical Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Device for admin- 
istering volatile liquid anesthetics. 2,046,300 ; June 30. 

Benner, Raymond C. (See Melton, R. L., and Benner.) 

Benner, Raymond C, assignor to The Carborundum Com- 
pany, Niagara Falls, N. Y. Cast refractory and manu- 
facturing the same. 2,060,017 ; Nov. 10. 

Benner, Raymond C, and W. G. Soley. assignors to The 
Carborundum Company, Niagara Falls, N. Y. Abrasive 
wheel and maldng the same. 2,028,183 ; Jan. 21. 

Benner, Raymond C, R. L. Melton, and H. P. Kirchner, 
assignors to The Carborundum Company, Niagara Falls, 
N. Y. Granular coated web and making same. 
2,035,521 ; Mar. 31. 

Benner, Ravmond C, and H. N. Baumann, Jr., assignors 
to The Carborundum Company, Niagara Falls, N. Y. 
Producins: a ceramic body. 2,036.190 ; Apr. 7. 

Benner, Raymond C, and G. J. Easter, assignors to The 
Carborundum Company, Niagara Falls, N. Y. Making 
bonded silicon carbide refractories. 2,040,236 ; May 12. 

Benner, Raymond C, G. J. Easter, and A. J. Thompson, 
assignors to The Carborundum Company, Niagara Falls, 
N. t. Silicon carbide refractory. 2,041,808; May 26. 

Benner, Raymond C, and H. N. Baumann, Jr., assignor 
to The Carborundum Company, Niagara Falls, N. Y. 
Abrasive material and making the same. 2,046,764 ; 
July 7. 

Benner. Ravmond C, H. N. Baumann, Jr., and G. J. 
Easter, assignors to The Carborundum Company, Niag- 
ara Falls, N. Y. Silica refractory articles and making 
same. 2,047,457 ; July 14. 

Benner, Raymond C, and G. J. Easter, assignors to The 
Carborundum Company, Niagara Falls, N. Y. Produc- 
ing cast refractory and similar articles. 2,048,319 ; 
July 21. 

Benner, Raymond C, H. P. Kirchner, and R. L. Melton, 
assignors'to The Carborundum Company, Niagara Falls, 
N. Y. Method and apparatus for making granular 
coated webs. 2,049,535 ; Aug. 4. 

Benner, Raymond C, and R. L. Melton, assignors to The 
Carborundum Company, Niagara Falls. N. Y. Manu- 
facturing abrasive coated articles. 2,053,360 ; Sept. 8. 

Benner, Raymond C, and R. L. Melton, assignors to The 
Carborundum Company, Niagara Falls. N. Y. Manufac- 
turing abrasive coated fabrics. 2,053,361 ; Sept. 8. 

Benner, Raymond C, Niagara Falls, O. L. Mahlman, 
Kenmore, and W. D. Rossow, Niagara Falls, assignors to 
The Carborundum Company, Niagara Falls, N. Y. 
Manufacture of abrasive articles. 2,061,931; Nov. 24. 

Benner, Russell B., Buffalo, assignor to Remington Type- 
writer Company, Ilion, N. Y. Typewriting machine. 
2,040,424 ; May 12. 

Benner, Verne W. (See Grayson, E. C, and Benner.) 

Bennett. Alexander H., London, England. Manufacture 
of ncid calcium citrate. 2,027,264 ; Jan. 7. 

Bennett, Arthur. San Francisco, Calif. Advertising brack- 
et sign. 2,049,638 ; Aug. 4. 

Bennett, Arthur, San Francisco, Calif. Gumming machine. 
2,062,284 ; Dec. 1. 

Bennett, Arthur F., Millburn, N. J., assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Telephone transmitter. 2,042,821 ; June 2. 

Bennett, Arthur F., West Barrington, R. I., assignor to 
Brown & Sharpe Manufacturing Company. Machine tool 
structure. 2,055,783 ; Sept. 29. 

Bennett, Arthur F., Richmond Hill, N. Y., and M. K. 
Gordon, Jr., Newark, N. J., assignors to Bell Telephone 
Laboratories, Incorporated. New York, N. Y. Ampli- 
fying system. 2,031.919 ; Feb. 25. 

Bennett, Arthur F., Millburn, and W. Tuffnell, Hawthorne, 
N. J., assignors to Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incor- 
porated, New York, N. Y. Telephone transmitter. 
2,042,822 ; June 2. 

Bennett, Arya L., Sheridan, Ind. Mechanism testing de- 
vice. 2,042,761 ; June 2. 

Bennett, Charles A., and F. L. Gerdes, Stoneville, Miss., 
assignors to The Government and The People of The 
United States of America. Device for culling and 
grading seed cotton. 2.045,064 ; June 23. 

Bennett, Charles E., Hawthorne, assignor to The Okonite- 
Callender Cable C^ompany, Incorporated, Paterson, N. J. 
Leak indicating apparatus for oil filled electric power 
cables. 2,043,227 ; June 9. 

Bennett, Charles E.. Hawthorne, assignor to The Okonite- 
Callender Cable Company, Paterson, N. J. Apparatus 
for shipping and installing electric power cables. 
2,046,364; July 7. 
Bennett, Charles E., Ridgewood, assignor to The Okonite- 
Callender Cable Company. Incorporated, Paterson, N. J. 
Electric cable system. 2.062,289; Dec. 1. 
Bennett, Clarence G., Portland, Oreg., assignor to Pater- 
son Parchment Paper Company, Bristol, Pa. Filter. 
2,041.043: May 19. 
Bennett-Clark Co. (See Codier, Oscar, as.signor.) 
Bennett-Clark Co. (See Hoover, Charles O., assignor.) 
Bennett, Edwin O. (See Moran, D. J., and Bennett.) 
Bennett, Edwin O., assignor to Continental Oil Company, 
Ponca City, Olda. Flexible stuffing box assembly. 
2.041.316 : May 19. 
Bennett. Edwin O., assignor to Continental Oil Company 
Ponca City, Okla. Pumping rod assembly. 2,048,320 ; 
July 21. 



Bennett, Frank I., Jr. (See Bender, H. L., and Bennett.) 

Bennett, Frank W., Enfield, England. Collapsing basket 

for fruit or other fragile articles. 2,036,995 ; Apr. 14. 

Bennett, Geoffrey R., assignor to Toledo Scale Manufac- 
turing Company, Toledo, Ohio. Composite structure. 
2,029.906 ; Feb. 4. 

Bennett, George L., Terre Haute, Ind. Compartment 
freight car. 2,033,119 ; Mar. 10. 

Bennett, George L., Terre Haute, Ind. Less than carload 
freight container. 2,037,700 ; Apr. 21. 

Bennett. George L., Terre Haute, Ind. Wall structure and 
making the same. 2,065,510 ; Dec. 29. 

Bennett, Harold R. (See Goudey, R. F., and S. M. and 
H. R. Bennett.) 

Bennett, Harry T., assignor to Mid-Continent Petroleum 
Corporation, Tulsa, Okla. Making high viscosity index 
oils. 2,044,603 ; June 16. 

Bennett, Harry T., assignor to Mid-Continent Petroleum 
Corporation, Tulsa, Okla. Apparatus for making high 
viscosity index lubricating oils. 2,054,613 ; Sept. 15. 

Bennett, Harry T., and Le R. G. Story, Tulsa, Okla., as- 
signors, by mesne assignments, to Gasoline Antioxidant 
Company, Wilmington, Del. Motor fuel and producing 
the same. 2,088,630 ; Apr. 28. 

Bennett, Harry T., Tulsa, Okla., and L. R. G. Story, Mount 
Vernon, N. Y., assignors, by mesne assignments, to 
Gasoline Antioxidant Company, Wilmington, Del. Gas- 
oline and making the same. 2,038.631 ; Apr. 28. 

Bennett, Harry T., Tulsa, Okla., and L. K. G. Story, Bea- 
con, N. Y., assignors, by mesne assignments, to Gasoline 
Antioxidant Company, Wilmington, Del. Gasoline and 
maldng the same. 2,038,632 ; Apr. 28. 

Bennett, Harry T., and J. L. Burkitt, assignors to Mid- 
Continent Petroleum Corporation, Tulsa, Okla. Remov- 
ing oil from beta beta dichlorethyl ether. 2,053,457 ; 
Sept. 8. 

Bennett, Harry T., and L. G. Story, Tulsa, Okla., as- 
signors, by mesne assignments, to Gasoline Antioxidant 
Company, Wilmington, Del. Gasoline and making the 
same. 2,053,511 ; Sept. 8. 

Bennett, Harry T., Tulsa, Okla., and L. G. Story, Bronx- 
ville, N. Y., assignors, by mesne assignments, to Gasoline 
Antioxidant Company, Wilmington, Del. (Gasoline and 
making the same. 2,053,512 ; Sept. 8. 

Bennett, Herbert G. R., Duquesne, Pa. Adjustable shear 
gauge. 2,065,420: Dec. 22. 

Bennett, Incorporated. (See Outterson, Charles R., as- 
signor.) 

Bennett, Jerry, Scottsville, assignor to General Railway 
Signal Company, Rochester, N. Y. Signaling system for 
railroads. 2.049,404 ; July 28. 

Bennett, John M., Detroit, Mich. Key holder. 2,029,696 ; 
Feb. 4. 

Bennett, John M., Detroit, Mich. Key holder. 2,051,935 ; 
Aug. 25. 

Bennett, Joseph A., assignor of forty-five per cent to J. W. 
Piercy, Bloomington, Ind. Machine for reproducing 
printing plates from pictures. 2,047,851 : July 14. 

Bennett, Jos3ph S., Merion. assignor to American En- 
gineering Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Furnace. 
2,029,285 ; Feb. 4. 

Bennett, Joseph S., Merion, Pa., assignor to American 
Engineering Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Hopper. 
2,052,959 ; Sept. 1. 

Bennett, Joseph S., Merion, assignor to American Engi- 
neering Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Hopper. 

2.053.862 ; Sept. 8. 

Bennett, Joseph S., Merion, assignor to American Engi- 
neering Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Stoker furnace. 

2.053.863 ; Sept. 8. 

Bennett, Maurice D., and S. M. Archer, assignors to The 
Yale & Towne Mfg. Co., Stamford, Conn. Safe. 
2,027,353 ; .Tan. 7. 

Bennett, Morris H., Prospect, assignor to Scovill Manu- 
facturing Company, Waterbury, Conn. Condenser. 
2.0.39,622 ; May 5. 

Bennett, Morris H., Prospect, assignor to Scoville Manu- 
facturing Company, Waterbury, Conn. Condenser. 
2,039,623 ; May 5. 

Bennett, Morris H., Prospect, assignor to Scovill Manu- 
facturing Company, Waterbury, Conn. Condenser. 
2,041.280: May 19. 

Bennett. Otto H., Los Angeles, Calif. Automatic photo- 
roll printer. 2,054,237 ; Sept. 15. 

Bennett, Owen G., assignor to Catalyst Research Cor- 
poration. Baltimore, Md. Apparatus for diffusing gases. 
2,045,379 ; June 23. 

Bennett, Ralph S., Pittsfield, Mass., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Fuse cut-out. 2.066.172 : Dec. 29. 

Bennett, Ross G., Fairfield, assignor to The Bryant Elec- 
tric Company, Bridgeport, Conn. Flexible attachment 
plug cap with strain relief. 2.047.094 ; July 7. 

Bennett. Schuyler M. (See Gtoudey, R. F., and S. M. and 
H. R. Bennett.) 

Bennett, Stanley Q., assignor to Toledo Scale Manufactur- 
ing Company, Toledo, Ohio. Weighing scale. 2,029,907 ; 
Feb. 4. 

Bennett, Stevens A., assignor to Wilson & Bennett Manu- 
facturing Company, Chicago, 111. Pouring spout. 
2.040.800 : May 12. 

Bennett, Theodore A., Chicago, 111. Astigmometer. 
2,026,607 : Jan. 7. 

Bennett, Thomas R. (See Quick, C. G., and Bennett.) 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1936 



Bennett, Wilbur, Gonldsboro, assignor to The Early 
Foundry Company, Dickson City, Pa. Combined range. 
2,043,316; .Tune 9. 

Bennett, William G., Epsom, England, assignor to Stand- 
ard Brands Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Manufac- 
ture of yeast. 2,059,980 ; Nov. 3. 

Benning, Anthony P. (See Calcott, W. S., and Benning.) 

Benninger, Eusen. Zurich, Switzerland. Calculating ma- 
chine. 2,062,963; Dec. 1. 

Benningfield, Henry B., East Peoria, 111. Swing. 
2,052,915 ; Sept. 1. 

Benninghoff, William L., Shaker Heights, Ohio. Machine 
for cutting threads. 2,054,028; Sept. 8. 

BenninghofE, William L., Shaker Heights, Ohio. Machine 
for cutting threads. 2,054,029 ; Sept. 8. 

Bennington, Earl T., Cleveland Heights, assignor to The 
Cleveland Crane & Engineering Company, Wickliffe, 
Ohio. Automatic dispatch and discharge system, 
2,039,473 ; May 5. 

Bennington, Frank W., Portis, assignor of one-half to E. 
li. Hamilton, Beloit, Kans. Vehicle brake. 2,048,053 ; 
July 21. 

Beno, Norman J. (See Madenwald, F. A., and Beno.) 

Benoit, Leon, New York, N. Y. Cushion support for eggs 
and the like. 2,030,564; Feb. 11. 

Benoit, Leon, New York, and E. J. Kanahay, Nyack, N. Y., 
said Kanabay, assignor to said Benoit. Mechanism for 
producins cartons. 2,038,406 ; Apr. 21. 

Benolken, Clemence J., St. Paul, Minn. Automobile heat- 
ing and defrosting apparatus. 2,045,826 ; June 30. 

Benroth, Julius S., et al. (See Sweek, William 0., as- 
signors.) 

Benroth, Julius S. (See Sweek, W. O., and Benroth.) 

Bensen, Bernt M., Brooklyn, N. Y. Carpenter's tool 
2,056,948; Oct. 13. 

Benshimol, Ernest, Arlington, Mass. Geometric tool 
2,031,920 ; Feb. 25. 

Ben.shimol, Ernest, Arlington, Mass. Beam compass 
2,062,157 ; Nov. 24. 

Benson, Arthur B. (See Czischki, A. H., and Benson.) 

Benson, Bernhart A., assignor to Chicago Electric Manu 
facturing Company, Chicago, 111. Electric hair drier, 
2,041,687 ; May 26. 

Benson, Bernhart A., assignor to Chicago Electric Manu- 
facturing Company, Chicago, 111, Fan-heater. 2,041,897 
May 26. 

Benson, Carl N., Jenkintown, Pa., assignor to S K P In- 
dustries, Inc., Philadelphia, Pa. Tension pulley for 
tape drives in textile machinery. 2,039,875 ; May 5. 

Benson, Charles E., assignor to Los Angeles Engraving 
Company, Inc., Los Angeles, Calif. Photoengraving 
screen and producing same. 2,041,317 ; May 19. 

Benson, George O., Niagara Falls, N. Y. Clamping device. 
2,027,220 ; Jan. 7. 

Benson, Jewell R., Troy, Kans. Surface gauge and marker. 
2,045,563 ; June 30. 

Benson, Louis S., Wellston, Ohio. Multiple baking pan. 
2,035,041 ; Mar. 24. 

Benson, Melvin B., Jackson Heights, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Mayfair Shade Corporation, New York, 
N. Y. Shade cord lock. 2,056,154 ; Oct. 6. 

Benson, Ralph L., Toledo, Iowa, assignor to Wcstina;- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. Automatic dishwa.sher. 2,030,092 ; Feb. 11. 

Bent, Franklin A., and S. N. Wik, Berkeley, Calif. Pro- 
duction of hydrated defines. 2,036,317 ; Apr. 7. 

Bent, Franklin A., and W. Engs, Berkeley, assignors to 
Shell Development Company, San Francisco, Calif. De- 
hydrating cellulose derivatives and products therefrom. 
2,043,946 ; June 0. 

Bent, James A., Detroit, Mich. Engine mounting. 
2,060,784 : Nov. 17. 

Bent, Leavitt N. (See Borglin, J. N., and Bent J 

Bent, Quincy, Friedensville, and E. P. Kenney, Bethlehem, 
Pa., assignors to Bethlehem Steel Company. Process 
and apparatus for rail handling and treatment. 
2,029,286 : Feb. 4. 

Bentley Engineering Company, Limited, The. (See Bent- 
ley, P. A., Deans, Manger, and Wainwright, assignors.) 

Bentley Engineering Company Limited, The. (See Deans, 
F. E., Manger, and Wainwright, assignors.) 

Bentley, Jetson O., Castle Point, N. Y., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Power tube anode. 2,053,126 ; 
Sept, 1. 

Bentley, John W. (See Schmitz, F. H., and Bentley.) 

Bentley, Llewellyn W., Riverside, Calif. Electric cooking 
range. 2,043,879 ; June 9. 

Bent'iev, Marguerite E., Longfield, England. Bath. 
2,066,088 ; Dec. 29. 

Bentley, Maurice R,, and R. R. Reppert, Bryan, Tex. 
Device for measuring land. 2.062,388 ; Dec. 1. 

Bentley, Murray & Co. (See Hoyer, Otto, assignor.) 

Bentley, Percival A., P. E. Deans, C. F. Manger, and C. H. 
Wainwright, assignors to The Bentley Engineering Com- 
pany Limited, Leicester, England. Circular knitting ma- 
chine and method of knitting. 2,045,938 ; June 30. 

Bentley, Raymond, assignor of one-balf to Knut Hovden, 
Monterey, Calif. Drainer. 2.0f)9.432 : Nov. 3. 

Bentley, Robert H., assignor to The Arrow-Hart & Hege- 
man Electric Company, Hartford, Conn. Wire terminal 
and heater mounting for overload electric switches. 
2,056,119 : Sept. 29. 

Bentley, Wallace C. (See Peddie, P., Bentley. and Israel.) 

Benton, Azor M. (See Benton, Lemuel B., and A. M.) 



Benton, Lemuel B. and A. M., Napoleon, Mich. Fruit 
ladder. 2,049,151 ; July 28. 

Bentz, Frank J., New York, N. Y. Drawing portfolio. 
2,039.207 ; Apr. 28. 

Bentz, Fred, Temple, Tex. Auto brake. 2,046,316 ; July 7. 

Bentz, Fred M., Temple, Tex. Safety valve for hydraulic 
brakes. 2,046,315; July 7. 

Bentz, Jacob, Bismarck, N. Dak. Tool chest. 2,044,661 ; 
June 16. 

Bentzlin, Frank A., St. Paul, Minn. Boiler skate. 
2,048,916 ; July 28. 

Benway, William G. G., New York, N. Y. Advertising dis- 
play sign. 2,056,383 ; Oct. 6. 

Benz, Cyril C, Long Beach, Calif. Process and appa- 
ratus for fractionating liquids. 2,034,891 ; Mar. 24. 

Benzing, Hugo, assignor to Aktiengesellschaft vorm. Seidel, 
& Naumann, Dresden, Germany. Joint for connecting 
movable members of typewriters or the like. 2,033,605 ; 
Mar. 10. 

Benzon, George H,, Jr., Jenkintown, assignor to William 
Sellers & Company, Incorporated, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Planer and similar machine. 2,047,052 ; July 7. 

Beplate, Viktor, (See Glatzel, G., and Beplate.) 

Ber, Leon E., New Orleans, La. Plait anchoring means 
for garments. 2,064,724 ; Dec. 15. 

Beran, Charles P., Tuckahoe, N. Y., assignor to Celanese 
Corporation of America. Air conditioning. 2,064,808 ; 
Dec. 22. 

Berard, Hector R., Worcester, Mass. Bottle labeling ma- 
chine. 2,061,823 ; Nov. 24. 

Berberich, Willi, Heilbronn-on-the-Neckar, Germany. 
Loose leaf book. 2,052,207 ; Aug. 25, 

Berby, Ola L., assignor to Clyde Iron Works, Duluth, Minn. 
Pawl release. 2,042,762 ; June 2. 

Berchtold, Albert, Zurich-Oberlikon, Switzerland. Tire for 
vehicle wheels. 2,032,905 ; Mar. 3. 

Bercovitz, Louis. (See Singer, S., Silverman, Friedman, 
and Bercovitz,) 

Berdon, Albert E., Yellow Springs, Ohio. Trigger pull com- 
pensation for firearms. 2,046,996 ; July 7. 

Berdon, Albert E., assignor to Antioch Industrial Research 
Institute, Inc., Yellow Springs, Ohio. Recording device. 
2,030,909 ; Feb. 18. 

Bereche, Ernest V., Flushing, assignor to Industrial Elec- 
tronic Control Co. Inc., New York, N. Y. Photo-touch 
sensitive apparatus. 2,052,916 ; Sept. 1. 

Bereinigte-Stahlwerke Aktiengesellschaft. (See Belk- 
mann, Wilhelm, assignor.) 

Berg, Edward C, Chicago, 111., assignor to Ace Carton 
Corporation. Carton. 2,057.180 ; Oct. 13. 

Berg, Elaine, Minneapolis, Minn. Sanitary garment. 
2,052,598 ; Sept. 1. 

Berg, Herman. (See Van Deusen, D. E., and Berg.) 

Berg, Herman, assignor to The Kelly Reamer Company, 
Cleveland, Ohio. Boring tool. 2,029,458 ; Feb. 4. 

Berg, Nanstad, Cleveland Heights, assignor of one-half to 
J- H. Bruce, Shaker Heights, Ohio. Clothesline prop. 
2.031.091 ; Feb. 18. 

Berg, Robert H., San Francisco, Calif. Truck and trailer 
loading and unloading device. 2,045,566 ; June 30. 

Bergamini, Herbert M. (See Stephenson, Albert, as- 
signor.) 

Bergamini, Herbert M., assignor of one-half to A. Stephen- 
son, New York, N. Y. Fracture and orthopedic oper- 
ating machine. 2,027,805 ; Jan. 14. 

Bergdoit, Alfred, Cologne-on-the-Rhlne, A. Ossenbeck, 
Cologne/Mulheim, B. Tietze and F. Gund, Cologne- 
on-the-Rhine, Germany, assignors to General Aniline 
Works, Inc., New York, N. Y. Fibers dyed with water- 
insoluble azo-dyestufifs. 2,032,463 ; Mar. 3. 

Bergen, Harold E., Pacific Grove, assignor to K. Hovden 
Company. Monterey, Calif. Fish product and treating 
fish, 2,058,849 ; Oct. 27. 

Bergen, Martin J., West Newbury, Mass., assignor to 
United Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. 
Folding machine. 2,035,522 ; Mar. 31. 

Berger, Adolph F. (See Williams, B. A., and Berger.) 

Berger, Albert, Brooklyn, N. Y. Powder dispenser. 
2,048,670 : July 28. 

Berger, Charles B., Norristown, and R. C. Parkes, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. Loading machine. 2,056,501 ; Oct. 6. 

Berger, Edwin R., et al. (See Franklin, Albert W., as- 
signor. ) 

Berger, Emil J., Hatfield, assignor to Dexdale Hosiery 
Mills, Landsdale, Pa. Stocking. 2,038,407: Apr. 21. 

Berger, Fred H., Los Angeles, Calif. • Tile spacer. 
2,031,684; Feb. 25. 

Berger, Henry G., Woodbury, N. J., assignor to Socony- 
Vacuum Oil (Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Manufacture of synthetic resins. 2,043,824 ; June 9, 

Berger, Henry G., Woodbury, N. J., assignor to Socony- 
Vacuum Oil Company, Incorporated. New York, N. Y. 
Manufacture of synthetic resins. 2,043.825 : June 9. 

Berger, Joseph, Utica, N. Y., assignor to Union Special 
Machine Company, Chicago, 111. Sewing machine for 
seaming and covering the edge portions of fabric sec- 
tions. 2,046,933 ; July 7. 

Berger, Knute, Seattle, Wash. Lead block. 2,032,464; 
Mar. 3. 

Berger Manufacturing Company, et al. (See Foehrenbach, 
A. P.. and Shoiip, assignors.) 

Berger Manufacturing Company et al. (See Foehrenbach, 
A, F., Shoup, Buorquin, and Shoup, assignors.) 

Berger, Maurice P. (See Hertz, S., and Berger.) 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



69 



Berger, Paul, Chicago, assignor of two-tblrds to W. W. 

Miller, Evauston, and L. G. Pettei'miin, Cliioago, 111. 

Roasting machine. 2,041,318 ; May 19. 
Berger, Paul, St. Fons, and A. F. Bidaud, Serezin-<Ui- 

Rtione, assignors to Societe des Usines Cbimiques 

Rhone-Poulenc, Paris, Prance. Manufacture of cellulose 

derivatives. 2,047,189 ; July 14. 
Berger, Ricbard, assignor to tne firm Rotaprint AIjt.-Ges., 

Berlin, Germany. OtBce printing sheet. 2,050,777 ; Aug. 

Berger. Samuel, I'hiladelphla, Pa. Necktie construction. 
2,0.''>2,161 : Aug. 25. 

Bergeron, Rodolphe, St. Paulin, assignor of one-half to 
J. McMurray, St. Alexis des Monts, Quebec, Canada. 
Inflated mattress. 2,039,289 ; May 5. 

Berggren, Charles W., Brooklyn, N. Y. Pump and com- 
pressor. 2,029,554 ; Feb. 4. 

Berggren, .John L. (See Scott, Walter H,, assignor.) 

Berggren, John L. (See Warnick, P. M., and Scott, as- 
signors.) 

Berggren, Per J., Chicago, 111. Shutter and shutter ad- 
justment for cameras. 2,045,260 ; June 23. 

Berggren, Per J., Nevir York, N. Y. Film loop control for 
motion picture machines. 2,045,748 ; June :^0. 

Berggren, Per J.. New York, N. Y. Motion picture camera. 
2,049,041 ; July 28. 

Berggren, Per J., New York, N. Y. Framing mechanism 
for motion picture machines. 2,049,042 ; July 28. 

Berggren, Per J., New York, N. Y. Shutter for motion 
picture cameras. 2,052,960 ; Sept. 1. 

BergbolE, Joseph J., Archibald E. Boman, and G. M. Wil- 
liams, Detroit, Mich. Bridge kit. 2,034,937; Mar. 24. 

Bergholm, Harry K., Larchmont, N. Y., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Servel, Inc., Dover, Del. Absorption 
type refrigerating system. 2,055,856 ; Sept. 29. 

Bergholm, Harry K., Stockholm, Sweden, assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Servel, Inc., Dover, Del. Re- 
frigeration. 2,063,292 ; Dec. 8. 

Bergholt, Fred B., Minneapolis, Minn. Automobile. 
2,028,184 ; Jan. 21. 

Bergk, Kurt, Berlln-Tempelhof, and J. Hofmann, Berlin- 
Reinickendorf-Ost, assignors to Elektricitatsgesellschaft 
"Sanitas" m. b. H., Berlin, Germany. Dlatxiermic ap- 
paratus for generating short or ultra-short -naves. 
2,043,422 ; June 9. 

Berglund, Arthur. (See Bundick, C. U., and Berglund.) 

Berglund, Arthur, Dobbs Ferry, N. Y. Sound reproducing 
apparatus. 2,063,578 ; Dec. 8. 

Berglund, Per. (See Ash, C. S., and Berglund.) 

Bergman, George W., Evanston, 111. Signal. 2,026,770 ; 
Jan. 7. 

Bergman, Gustaf, Detroit, Mich. Massaging machine. 
2,036,677 : Apr. 7. 

Bergman, Harry, et al. (See Looney, William R., as- 
signor. ) 

Bergman, Herbert A., Chicago, 111., assignor to Zim Man- 
ufacturing Company. Tool for lapping valve seats. 
2,029,753 ; Feb. 4. 

Bergman, John, New Brunswick, N. J. Illuminated foun- 
tain display. 2,034.792; Mar. 24. 

Bergman. Margaret, Poulsbo, Wash. Loom. 2,057,997 ; 
Oct. 20. 

Bergman, Sam, Tampa, Fla. Syringe. 2,062,285 ; Dec. 1. 

Bergman, Sidney M. (See Shoolman, M. and Bergman.) 

Bergman, Sven R., Nahant, Mass., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Dynamo - electric machine. 
2,030,678; Feb. 11. 

Bergman, Sven R., Nahant, Mass., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Commutating type dynamo-electric 
machine. 2,049,348; July 28. 

Bergmann, Ernst R., assignor to Goodman Manufacturing 
Company, Chicago, 111. Shaker conveyer. 2,028,433 ; 
Jan. 21. 

Bergmans, Jan. (See TJyterhoeven, W., and Bergmans.) 

Bergmans, Jan, Eindhoven, Netherlands, assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Electric incandescent lamp. 
2.045,512 ; June 23. 

Bergner, John C, Lansdowne, Pa., assignor to Doughnut 
Corporation of America, New York, N. Y. Doughnut 
machine and the like. 2,057,639 ; Oct. 13. 

Bergner, Luther F., assignor of one-half to A. B. Day, 
Washington, Pa. Support and retainer for folding 
chair seats. 2,044,378 ; June 16. 

Bergquist, Arthur E., assignor of one-fourth to A. B. 
Gustafson, and one-fourth to A. B. Martenson, Lind- 
strom. Minn. Cooky caddy. 2,051,512 ; Aug. 18. 

Bergquist. Ernest J., Superior, Wis. Feed water heater. 
2.032.522 ; Mar. 3. 

Bergqvist, Abe. (See Seving. P. W., Bergqvlst. and Olsson.) 

BergstPin, Samuel, Cincinnati, Ohio. Egg carton. 
2.033.222 ; Mar. 10. 

Bergstein, Samuel, Cincinnati. Ohio. Making flat tubular 
bodies with flaps. 2.033,223; Mar. 10. 

Bergstrand, Andrew P., assignor to Strombeck-Becker 
Manufacturing Company, Moline, 111. Coupler. 
2,036,454 ; Apr. 7. 

Berg.strom, Carl 0., Boston, assignor to B. F. Sturtevant, 
Company, Inc.. Hyde Park, Boston, Mass. Vacuum 
sweeper. 2,037,648 : Apr. 14. 

Berg.strom. Carl P., Millbury, and A. Palmer, assignors to 
Crompton & Knowles Loom Works, Worcester, Mass. 
Cloth wind-up for looms. 2,057,409 ; Oct. 13. 



Bergstrom, Carl P., Millbury, and A. Palmer, assignors to 
Crompton & Knowles Loom Works, Worcester, Mass. 
Bobbin release for weft replenishing looms. 2,062,694 ; 
Dec. 1. 

Bergstrom, Carl V., Milwaukee, Wis., assignor to Corning 
Glass Works, Corning, N. Y. Signal lens. 2,034,603 ; 
Mar. 17. 

Bergstrom, Gunde, Los Angeles, Calif. Prevention of bark 
diseases in plants. 2,042.579 ; June 2. 

Bergstrom, IliUliug O. V., Stocksund, near Stockholm, 
and K. N. Cederquist, and K. G. Trobeck, Stockholm, 
Sweden. Manufacturing cyraene and toluene from ter- 
penos. 2,052,917 ; Sept. 1. 

Bergstrom, John, Vaster, Halmscad, assignor to Aktie- 
bolaget Malcus Holmquist, Halmstad, Sweden. Adjust- 
ing device in machine tools for adjustment of a tool 
rest. 2,03.'i,677 ; Mar. 10. 

Bergstrom, William A., Oakland, assignor to Renchtite 
Spring Nut Company, San Francisco, Calif. Making 
spring lock nuts. 2,035,859 ; Mar. 31. 

Berill, Carroll H. (See Manoilovich, N., Gruen, and 
Berill.) 

Berinato, Joseph, Cleveland, Ohio. Soot catcher for fur- 
naces. 2,046,866; July 7. 
Beringer, Roscoe, assignor to General Motors Corporation 
. Detroit, Mich. Disk clutch. 2,037,451 ; Apr. 14. 
Beringer, Roscoe, assignor to General Motors Corpora 

tion, Detroit, Mich. Clutch operating mechanism 

2,038,981 ; Apr. 28. 
Beringer, Roscoe, assignor to General Motors Corporation 

Detroit. Mich. Synchronizing clutch mechanism, 

2,060,971; Nov. 17. 
Berk, Edward A., trustee. (See Turrell, Charles B., aS' 

signor.) 
Berk, Elmore R., Canton, assignor to Republic Steel Cor 

poration, Youngstown, Ohio. Highway guard 

2,047,992 : July 21. 
Berk, Reuben, Bronx, N. Y. Dental flask. 2,059,928 

Nov. 3. 

Berkowitz, Adolph, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

receptacle. 2,054,764; Sept. 15. 
Berkowitz, Benjamin, Phlladelpnia, 

2.033,606 ; Mar. 10. 
Berkowitz, Emanuel, Brooklyn, N. Y. Cutting leather. 

2,061,647 ; Nov. 24. 
Berkowitz Envelope Company. (See Berkowitz, Eugene 

B., assignor.) 
Berkowitz, Eugene B. (See Gibbs, Orma L., assignor.) 
Berkowitz, Eugene B., Kansas City, Mo. Machine for 

making open window envelopes. 2.049,728 ; Aug. 4. 
Berkowitz, Eugene B., Kansas City, Mo. Envelope. 

2,049,729; Aug. 4. 
Berkowitz, Eugene B., Kansas 

2,055,716 : Sept. 29. 
Berkowitz, Eugene B., assignor 

Company, Kansas City, Mo. 



Mothproof storage 
Pa. Garment, 



City, Mo. Envelope. 



Dec. 1. 
Berkshire Knitting Mills, 
signer.) 

Knitting Mills 



to Berkowitz Envelope 
Envelope. 2,062,776 ; 

(See Eaches, William D., as- 

(See Gastrich, Gustav, as- 



as- 



and Staudinger, 
Production of highly acety 



Berkshire 
signor.) 

Berkshire Knitting Mills. (See Marks, Joseph D., as- 
signor.) 

Berl, Ernst. (See Auden, 
signors.) 

Berl, Ernst, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

lated cellulose acetates. 2,039,290 ; May 5. 

Berleth, Nelson B., assignor to Hughes Tool Company, 
Houston. Tex. Cross roller bit. 2,038.408 : Apr. 21. 

Berlln-Karlsruher Industrie-Werke Aktiengesellschaft. 
(See Rinkel, Otto, assignor.) 

Berlin, Louis A., Detroit, Mich. Collapsible display easel. 
2.034,371 ; Mar. 17. 

Berliner, Harry A., Washington, D. C. Punching and rivet- 
ing machine. 2,056,559 ; Oct. 6. 

Berliner, Julius F. T., assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours 
& Company, Wilmington, Del. Denatured alcohol. 
2,056.163; Oct. 6. 

Berlowltz, Max, Berlin, Germany. Portable air condition- 
ing apparatus. 2,062.158 ; Nov. 24. 

Berlyn, Martin J., Montreal, assignor to Dominion En- 
gineering Works Limited, Lachine, Quebec, Canada. Mo- 
tor driven power unit for operating valves and the like. 
2,046,283 ; June 30. 

Berman, Abraham. New York, N. Y. Reducing box. 
2,056,032 ; Sept. 29. 

Berman. Fannie, Paterson, N. J. Ring guard. 2,048,317 ; 
July 21. 

Berman. Louis C, assignor to Duplex Tool Co., Chicago, 
111. Lifting jack. 2.031,815; Feb. 25. 

Berman, Ralph E., Brooklyn, N. Y. Garment with semi- 
raglan sleeve. 2.036,013 ; Mar. 31. 

Bermann, Viktor, Olmutz, Czechoslovakia, assignor to firm 
Butacon Aktiengesellschaft, Bern, Switzerland. Con- 
verting brewery yeast into bakery yeast. 2,(353,596 ; 
Sept. 8. 

Bermont, Martin, et al. (See Wurm, C, and Goldstein, 

assignors.) 
Bern, Frank, Cleveland, Ohio. Display stand. 2,029,091 ; 

Jan. 28. 
Bernadi, Andres, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Apparatus for 

the manual execution of typographical lines with 

matrices. 2,061,609 ; Nov. 24. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1936 



Bernard, Auguste L. R., deceased, late of Kueil-Malmal- 
son, by Renfie Bernard, n6e Bournonville, Paris, France, 
executor. Device for effectively dissipating beat from 
machine parts. 2,028,434 ; Jan. 21. 

Bernard, Auguste L. R., deceased, late of Rueil-Malmaison, 
France, by R. Bernard, n6e Bournonville, executrix, 
Paris, France. Two-strol;e engine. 2,032,108 ; Feb. 25. 

Bernard, Auguste L. R., deceased, Rueil-Malmaison, France, 
Ren^e Bernard (born Bournonville) executrix Internal 
combustion engine. 2,033,810 ; Mar. 10. 

Bernard, Auguste L. R., deceased, Rueil-Malmaison, France, 
RenSe Bernard (nee Bournonville), executrix. Air clean- 
er. 2,0.34,323 ; Mar. 17. 

Bernard, Auguste L. R., deceased, Rueil-Malmaison, by 
Renfie Bernard, n6e Bournonville, executor, Paris, 
France. Engine radiator. 2,036,996 ; Apr. 14. 

Bernard, Auguste L. R., deceased, Rueil-Malmaison, by 
Ren^e Bernard n6e Bournonville, Executor, Paris, 
France. Piston. 2,057,758 ; Oct. 20. 

Bernard, David G., assignor to Donald M. Carter, Chicago, 
111. Apparatus for delivering paper from rolls. 
2,043,423 ; June 9. 

Bernard, Earl W., Morris and S. N. Leopold, Chicago, 111., 
assignors, by mesne asignments, to President and Direc- 
tors of the Manhattan Company, Trustees for Gibson 
Patent Containers, Ltd. Closure for paper ice cream 
packing containers and the like. 2,053,688 ; Sept. 8. 

Bernard, Hans. (See Ott, K., Bernard, and Frick.) 

Bernard, Paul, Sioux Falls, S. Dak. Cattle dehorner. 
2,063,785 ; Dec. 8. 

Bernard, Peter J., Chicago, 111. Display carton. 
2,042,980 ; June 2. 

Bernard, Renee. nee Bournonville, Executor. (See Bernard, 
Auguste L. R.) 

Bernard, Walter W., Greeneville, Tenn. Smoker. 

2.035.782 ; Mar. 31. 

Bernard. Walter W., Greeneville, Tenn. Smoker. 

2.035.783 : Mar. 31. 

Bernarde, Henry L., Kearny, N. J., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. Control system. 2,044,146 ; June 16. 

Bernarde, Henry L., Kearny, N. J., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. Electrical measuring and regulating sys- 
tem. 2,065,421 ; Dec. 22. 

Bernasconi, Adolphe, Rosebank, Richmond, N. Y., assignor 
to C. F. Mueller Company, Jersey City, N. J. Toy me- 
nagerie cage. 2,028,377; Jan. 21. 

Berndt, Arthur A., assignor to Electroline Company, Chi- 
cago, 111. Connecter. 2,063,718 ; Dec. 8. 

Berndt, Edward C. (See Creighton, H. M., and Berndt.) 

Berndt, Edward C, Norwalk, and H. M. Creighton, East 
Norwalk. Conn., assignors to The R. U. V. Engineering 
Corporation, South Norwalk, Conn. Irradiating appara- 
tus. 2,065,055 ; Dec. 22. 

Berndt, Walter, and A. Gothe, assignor to Telefunken 
Gesellschaft fur Drahtlose Telegraphie m. b. H., Berlin, 
Germany. Symmetrical antenna for short or ultra-short 
electrical waves. 2,065,787 ; Dec. 29. 

Bernfeld, James, Newark, N. J. Cord terminal plug. 
2,042,580 ; June 2. 

Bernhard, Benjamin S., Boston, Mass. Locking device. 
2,041,809 ; May 26. 

Bernhard, Harry J., Pasadena, Calif. Attachment for 
tire changing machines. 2,027,626 ; Jan. 14. 

Bernhardt, Otto T., Los Angeles, Calif. Insert pipe 
wrench. 2,038,262 ; Apr. 21. 

Bernhardt, Richard P., Chicago, 111. Justifying device. 
2,041,109 ; May 19. 

Bernheim, Roger, Bezons, Prance, assignor to Le Film 
Ozaphane Soei^tS Anonyme. Phonographic film. 
2,029,979 ; Feb. 4. 

Bernick, Benjamin H., Davenport, Iowa. Brush holder. 
2 057 225 * Oct 13 

Ber'ning, Otto, & Co. (See Kilfitt, Heinz, assignor.) 

Bernitz, Erpest, Sr., La Mesa, assignor of one-half to 
W. A. Smith, Vista, Calif. Apparatus for ridding 
trees of insects. 2,030.052 ; Feb. 11. 

Berno, Edward H. (See Cunningham, M. M., and Berno.) 

Bernstein, Charles A. (See Leiner, G. S., and Bernstein.) 

Bernstein, Maurice J., Brighton, assignor to Panther- 
Panco Rubber Co. Inc., Chelsea, Mass. Shoe. 2,062,493 ; 
Dec. 1. 

Bernstein, Samuel S., Los Angeles, Calif. Web clamping 
unit for articles of furniture. 2,028.493 ; Jan. 21. 

Bernstein, Samuel S., Beverly Hills, Calif. Sagless spring 
support for upholstered furniture. 2,042,763 ; June 2. 

Bernstein, Samuel S., Beverly Hills, Calif. Securing and 
supporting means. 2,055,213 ; Sept. 22. 

Bernstiel, Erwin, and J. W. Schaller, Nuremberg, Ger- 
many, assignors to Colonial Bead Co. Inc., New York, 
N. Y. Fastener applying machine. 2,034,018 ; Mar. 17. 

Berntsen, Carl A. (See Johnson, Caroline S., assignor.) 

Bernz, Niles R., New York, N. Y. Electrostatic cleaning 
device. 2,060.018; Nov. 10. 

Berolzheimer, Clarence P., Clhicago Heights, 111. One- 
piece soft rubber plug. 2.055,062 ; Sept. 22. 

Berresford, John K., Pelham Manor, N. Y. Detergent com- 
position. 2.035,940 ; Mar. 31. 

Bcrringer, William A., assignor of one-fourtb to V. H. 
Lowmaster, Lewisberry, Pa. Radiator repair and test 
apparatus. 2,042,380 ; May 26. 

Berrisford, William H., Longton, Stoke-on-Trent, Eng- 
land. Apparatus for separating sized mixtures of ma- 
terial. 2,040,196 ; May 12. 



Berrisford, William H., Longton, Stoke-on-Trent, England. 
Shaker conveyer and the like. 2,045,065 ; June 23. 

Berry, Arthur S., Jersey City, N. J., assignor to Berry 
Solder Co. Inc., New York, N. Y. Soldering compound 
and making the same. 2 033,102 ; Mar. 3. 

Berry, Christopher R. (See Berry, Thompson M., as- 
signor.) 

Berry, Earl E. (See Putnam, C. P., Berry, and Horn- 
bo stel.) 

Berry, Earl E., assignor to Beloit Iron Works, Beloit, Wis. 
Magnetic clutch. 2,057,876 ; Oct. 20. 

Berry, Eugene G., Indianapolis, Ind., assignor to B. P. 
Gump Company, Chicago, 111. Machine for removing 
foreign matter from coffee beans. 2,065,557 ; Dec. 29. 

Berry, Frank K., and A. J. Reedy, Battle Creek, Mich. 
Cooking apparatus. 2,064,101 ; Dec. 15. 

Berry, George A., Bound Brook, and A. P. Beardsley, 
Plainfield, N. J., assignors to National Fuels Corpora- 
tion, New York, N. Y. Distilling coal. 2,030,852; 
Feb. 18. 

Berry Harry L., Tucumcari, N. Mex. Metal detecting 
device. 2,048,591 ; July 21. 

Berry, James E. (See Atkinson, Arius, assignor.) 

Berry, Joseph C, Seattle, Wash., assignor to Utility Elec- 
tric and Machine Works. Inc., Wheeler, Oreg. Fishing 
reel. 2,028,311 ; Jan. 21. 

Berry, Lee E., and K. C. Loehr, Chicago, 111. Nail pulling 
device. 2,056,339 ; Oct. 6. 

Berry, Leland. (See Minnium, B. B., and Berry.) 

Berry, Louin, and C. W. Harrison, Fort Worth, Tex. Quick 
detachable brake lining unit. 2.037,109 ; Apr. 14. 

Berry, Michael E., assignor to The American National 
Company, Toledo, Ohio. Body construction for baby 
carriages and the like. 2,055,890 ; Sept. 29. 

Berry, Paul F., Columbus, Ohio. Valve construction. 
2,028,131 ; Jan. 21. 

Berry, Paul F., Columbus, Ohio. Bolt and speed nut 
therefor. 2,055,166 ; Sept. 22. 

Berry, Robert C, assignor to Klaisler-Berry Engineering 
Company, Indianapolis, Ind. Change-speed transmis- 
sion. 2,054,047 ; Sept. 8. 

Berry, Robert U., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Refrigerating machine. 2,047,053 ; 
July 7. 

Berry Solder Co. Inc. (See Berry, Arthur S., assignor.) 

Berry, Thomas M., Jackson Heights, assignor to Socony- 
Vacuum Oil Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Test plug for oil cracking stills. 2,049,244 ; July 28. 

Berry, Thompson M., Shaw, assignor of 25 per cent to 
C. E. Berry, Benton, Miss. Ball crank engine. 2,056,088 ; 
Sept. 29. 

Berryman, Elmer H., San Francisco, and H. K. Huppert, 
Millbrae Highlands, assignors to American Electric Com- 
pany of California, San Francisco, Calif. Furnace. 
2,034,892; Mar. 24. 

Berryman, Harry H., Elmhurst, lU. Heating and lighting 
equipment. 2,051,240; Aug. 18. 

Berryman, Harry H., Elmhurst. 111. Air control for oil 
burners. 2,065,042 ; Dec. 22. 

Berryman, J. S., Jr., et al. (See Brewer, John G., as- 
signor.) 

Berryman, Warren C, Lakewood, Ohio. Corrosion pre- 
vening means for connections. 2,065,558 ; Dec. 29. 

Bersey, Arthur T., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Kelvinator Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Mixture regu- 
lator for liquid fuel burners. 2,049,730 ; Aug. 4. 

Bersin, Daniel, New York, N. Y. Coat front pad. 2,045,827 
June 30. 

Berst-Porster Dixfield Co. (See Begle, Ned G.. assignor.) 

Bersted. Julie. (See Bersted, Martin C. assignor.) 

Bersted, Julie, administratrix. (See Bersted. Martin C.) 

Bersted, Martin, Oak Park, 111., assignor to Unioa Cutlery 
Company Inc., Olean, N. Y. Knife securing clip, 
2,052,741 ; Sept. 1. 

Bersted, Martin C, deceased, by J. Bersted, adminis- 
tratrix, San Diego, Calif., assignor by decree of court 
to J. Bersted, widow of said M. C. Bersted. Closure 
operating device. 2,064,809 ; Dec. 22. 

Bersted, Martin C, deceased, San Diego. Calif, assignor by- 
decree of court, to J. Bersted, widow of said M. C. 
Bersted. Closure operating device. 2,064,810 ; Dec. 22. 

Berstler, Carl E., assignor of thirty-three per cent to W. 
R. Wetherhold, five per cent to R. T. Scull, five per cent 
to J. T. Bair, five per cent to G. S. Weinerth, Reading, 
and 5 per cent to A. L. Golden, Wyomissing, Pa. Piston 
compression ring. 2,034,555 ; Mar. 17. 

Bers worth, P. C, Laboratories. (See Bersworth, Fred- 
erick C.) 

Bersworth, Frederick C, Hopkinton, assignor to F. Kottek, 
Ashland, Mass., doing business as P. C. Bersworth 
Laboratories. Production of ethylene diamine. 
2,028.041 ; Jan. 14. 

Bert, Daniel C, York, Pa. Paper making machine. 
2,038,708 ; Apr. 28. 

Bertain. Joseph. (See Adams, A. 6., and Bertain.) 

Bertel, Rudolf, Vienna, Austria, assignor to "Delta" Tech- 
nische Verkehrs-Aktiengesellschaft, Vaduz, Liechten- 
stein. Panification and leavening preparations for use 
in connection therewith. 2,052,208 ; Aug. 25. 

Bertele, Ludwig, Dresden, assignor to the firm Carl Zeiss, 
Jena, Germany. Objective. 2.029,806 ; Feb. 4. 

Berteling, John P., Chicago, 111., assignor to Sullivan 
Machinery Company. Method and apparatus for blast- 
ing. 2,048,677 ; July 28. 



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Berth61emy, Pierre, and F. Baylocq, assignors to Soci^tfi 
Anonyme Fraucalse said : Les Produits Chemiques Purs, 
Paris. France. Separatins the volatile liquid organic 
constituents of pyroligneous acid. 2,044,766 ; June 23. 

Berth^lemy, Pierre, and F. Baylocq, assignors to Soci6t6 
Anonyme Francaise said : "Les Produits Chlmiques 
Purs'", Paris, France. Separating volatile organic 
compounds from aqueous solutions. 2,045.513 ; June 
23. 

Berthold, Edward E. (See Buckels, Christopher C, as- 
signor.) 

Berthold, Erich. (See Nawiasky, P., and Berthold.) 

Berthold, lirich. (See Nawiasky, P., Stein, Berthold, and 
Zell.) 

Berthold, Herman, Leverkusen-on-the-Rhine, Germany, as- 
signor to General Aniline Works, Inc., New York, N. Y. 
Vat or sulphur dyestuff preparation. 2,063,147 ; Dec. 8. 

Berthon, Rodolphe, Neuilly-snr-Seine, France, assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Kislyn Corporation, New York, 
N. Y. Obtainment of photographic sound films. 
2.040.237 ; May 12. 

Berti, Joseph, Brooklyn, assignor to Phinney-Walker Co. 
Inc., New York, N. Y. Electric clock. 2,041,395 ; 
May 19. 

Bertirotti. Joseph, New Orleans, La. Filter. 2,055,167 ; 
Sept. 22. 

Bertolet, Nathan E. (See Emmerling, A. A., and Bertolet.) 

Bertram, Urban J., Milwaukee, Wis. Com or bunion pre- 
venter. 2,044,523 : June 16. 

Bertram, William A. (See Petersen, Elmer W., assignor.) 

Bertran, Benjamin E., assignor of one-half to J. A. Bert- 
ran. Los Angeles. Calif. Casting bell-bottom place- 
piling in soft sandy material. 2.027,511 ; Jan. 14. 

Bertran, Josie A. (See Bertran, Benjamin E., assignor.) 

Bertrand. Frederic E., Lynn, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation. Paterson, N. J. Machine 
for forming sole-pieces. 2,057,665 ; Oct. 20. 

Bertsch, Heinrich. Chemnitz, Germany, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to American Hyalsol Corporation, Wil- 
mington, Del. Soap preparation. 2,026,816 ; Jan. 7. 

Bertsch. Heinrich, assignor to H. Th. Bohme, Aktiengesell- 
schaft. Chemnitz, Germany. Process for the making of 
dye baths and printing colors for naphthol dyeing. 
2.026.817 ; Jan. 7. 

Bertsch, Heinrich, assignor to the firm H. Th. Bohme, 
Aktiengesellschaft, Chemnitz, Germany. Production of 
alkyl sulphates of high molecular weight. 2,027,896 ; 
Jan. 14. 

Bertsch, Heinrich, Chemnitz, assignor to H. Th. Bohme 
Aktiengesellschaft, Chemnitz, Germany. Production of 
esters. 2.032.313; Feb. 25. 

Bertsch, Heinrich. assignor to the firm H. Th. Bohme 
Aktiengesellschaft, Chemnitz, Germany. Esters of 
sulphonated carboxylic acids. 2,032,314 ; Feb. 25. 

Bertsch, Heinrich, Chemnitz, Germany, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to American Hyalsol Comporation, Wil- 
mington, Del. Preventing the detrimental formation of 
lime and magnesia soaps. 2.046,242 ; June 30. 

Bertsch. Heinrich, Chemnitz, Germany, assig-nor to Ameri- 
can Hyalsol Corporation, Wilmington, Del. Prepara- 
tion of sulphuric derivatives of higher aliphatic alco- 
hols. 2,047,612 ; July 14. 

Bertsch. Heinrich, and G. Rauchalles, assignors to the 
firm H. Th. Boehme Aktiengesellschaft. Chemnitz, Ger- 
many. Production of glucosides of higher aliphatic 
alcohols. 2,049,758 ; Aug. 4. 

Bertsch, Johann A., assignor to Monsanto Chemical Com- 
pany, St. Louis, Mo. Manufacture of para amino 
phenol. 2,035.292; Mar. 24. 

Bertsehinger, Charles F. (See Moran, J. F., and Bert- 
schinger.1 

Bertschy, Clarence J. (See Girz, Max M., assignor.) 

Berven, Sigurd O., Brooklvn, N. Y. Humidifier. 
2,043.647 : June 9. 

Beryllium Corporation, The. (See Claflin, H. C, and 
Arnold, assignors.) 

Beryllium Corporation. (See Monroe, C. H., and Claflin, 
assignors.) 

Besag, Ernst. Baden-Baden, Germany. Releasing arrange- 
ment for electric switches. 2.029.980 : Feb. 4. 

Besinger, OUie L., Chicago, lU. Boiler. 2,039,515; 
May 5. 

Beskow, Stig, Stockholm, Sweden, assignor to The De 
Laval Separator Company. New York, N. Y. Self- 
draining separator bowl. 2.045.116 ; June 23. 

Besler Systems. (See Besler. William J., assignor.) 

Besler Systems. (See Besler, W. J., and Whitlock, as- 
signors.) 

Besler. William J., Plainfield. N. .T. Vehicle brake and 
control valve therefor. 2.057.132 ; Oct. 13. 

Besler, William J., Plainfield, N. J., assignor to Besler 
Systems, Emeryville, Calif. Truck for rail vehicles and 
the like. 2.044,767 : June 23. 

Besler. William J.. Plainfield. N. J., and S. J. Whitlock, 
Oakland, assignors to Besler Systems, Emeryville, Calif. 
Railway truck. 2.054.569 ; Sept. 15. 

Bessesen. Henrv A.. Minneapolis, Minn. Bed cover clamp. 
2,036.741 : Apr. 7. 

Bessom. Earl A.. Marblehead, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation. Paterson, N. J. Heel-seat 
fitting machine. 2,048.671 ; July 28. 

Besst. Stacev. Jr.. Canton, Ohio. Multiple locker. 
2.043.728 : June 9. 

Best Brothers Keene's Cement Company, The. (See Best, 
J. C, and Marsh, assignors.) 



Best Brothers Keene's Cement Company, The. (See 
Marsh, Frank L., assignor.) 

Best, Frank C, assignor to Packard Motor Car Company, 
Detroit, Mich. Motor vehicle. 2,043,228 ; June 9. 

Best, Frank C, assignor to Packard Motor Car Companv, 
Detroit, Mich. Motor vehicle. 2,059.305 ; Nov. 3. 

Best, Prank B., Inc. (See Harp, Franklin H., assignor.) 

Best, HaiTy A. (See Wiedenhoeft, A. E., and Best.) 

Best, John C, and F. L. Marsh, assignors to The Best 
Brothers Keene's Cement Company, Medicine Lodge, 
Kans. Producing light weight plasters. 2,031,585 ; 
Feb. 25. 

Best, John G., et al. (See Smith, Nelson P., assignor.) 

Best, John H. & Sons, Inc. (See Best, Leon H., assignor.) 

Best, Leon H., assignor to John H. Best & Sons, Inc., Galva, 
111. Lighter. 2,029.697 ; Feb. 4. 

Best, Millard W., Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Combined 
air circulator and draft regulator for hot air furnaces. 
2,039.948 ; May 5. 

Best, Sheridan J., assignor of three-fifteenths to T. T. 
Lewis, two-fifteenths to J. J. Eckford, and one-fifteenth 
to Paul T. McMahon, Dallas, Tex. Refrigerant con- 
densing apparatus. 2,042,087 ; May 26. 

Bester, Charles H., Ironton, Ohio. Ball and socket ad- 
justable mold jacket. 2,050.778 ; Aug. 11. 

Best Foods, Inc., The. (See Haurand, (Jarl H., a.'^signor.) 

Best Foods, Inc., The. (See Vahlteich, H. W., Haurand, 
and Neal, assignors.) 

Bestoso, Napoleon S., Holbrook, assignor to Boston Gear 
Works, Inc., North Quincy, Mass. Prony brake. 
2,043,147 ; June 2. 

Bethenod, Joseph, Paris, and A. Claude, Nanterre, France, 
assignors to Soci§t6 Anonyme pour les Applications de 
I'Electricite & des Gaz Rares Etablissements Claude-Paz 
& Silva. Electromagnetic apparatus. 2,030,957 ; Feb. 
18. 

Bethke, Leo. (See Meyer, P. H., Bethke, and Walker.) 

Bethlehem Mines Corporation. (See Broderick, S. J., and 
Brown, assignors.) 

Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation. (See Prear, Hugo 
P., assignor.) 

Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Ltd. (See Frear, 
Hugo P., assignor.) 

Bethlehem Steel Company. (See Bent, Q., and Kenney, 
assignors.) 

Bethlehem Steel Company. (See Cook, Earnshaw, as- 
signor.) 

Bethlehem Steel Company. (See Fulmer, D. B., and 
Miller, assignors.) 

Bethlehem Steel Company. (See Geer, Harry R., as- 
signor.) 

Bethlehem Steel Company. (See Greenwell, Nevil, as- 
signor.) 

Bethlehem Steel Company. (See Kearns, T. H., and 
Weikert, assignors.) 

Bethlehem Steel Company. (See Kenney, E. P., Gerhardt, 
and Dudley, assignors.) 

Bethlehem Steel Company. (See Kinney, James A., as- 
signor.) 

Bethlehem Steel Company. (See Lehr, Charles E., as- 
signor.) 

Bethlehem Steel Company. (See McCarty, Richard J., Jr., 
assignor.) 

Bethlehem Steel Company. (See Nieman, Henry W., as- 
signor.) 

Bethlehem Steel Company. (See Nieman, H. W., and 
Linderman, assignors.) 

Bethlehem Steel Company. (See Statler, Walter H., as- 
signor.) 

Bethlehem Steel Company. (See Ulrich, John R., as- 
signor.) 

Bethlehem Steel Company. (See Winship, Benjamin W., 
assignor.) 

Bethnrum, Will J., Franklin, Tenn. Chin support. 
2.028.820; Jan. 28. 

Betke, Michael, Aurora, Colo. Automatic rail joint fas- 
tening. 2,046,542 ; July 7. 

Betner, Benjamin C, Company. (See Koenig, John, as- 
signor.) 

Bettcher, Carl W., and T. P. Cox, assignors to The Eastern 
Machine Screw Corporation, New Haven, Conn. Feed 
pusher. 2.054,592 ; Sept. 15. 

Bettendorf Company, The. (See Clasen, Clans J. W., as- 
signor.) 

Bettendorf Company, The. (See Lewis, Frank W., as- 
signor.) 

Better. Francis J., Beverly, Mass., assignor to United Shoe 
Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Machine for 
operating" upon the end portions of shoes. 2,036,086 ; 
Mar. 31. 

Betteridge. George W. (See Willett, C. G., and Betterldge.) 

Better Packages Incorporated. (See Krueger, Theodore H., 
assignor.) 

Betterton, Jesse O., Metuchen, N. J., assignor to American 
Smelting and Refining Company, New York. N. Y. Pro- 
duction of antimony oxide. 2,035,454 ; Mar. 31. 

Betterton, Jesse O., Metuchen, N. J., assignor to American 
Smelting and Refining Company, New York, N. Y. Pro- 
duction of oxygen-free, gas-free metals. 2,054,921 ; 
Sept. 22. 

Betterton, Jesse O.. Metuchen, N. J., assignor to American 
Smelting and Refining Company, New York, N. Y. 
Copper refining. 2,058,947 ; Oct. 27. 



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Betterton, Jesse O., Metuchen, N. J., assignor to American 
Smelting and Refining Company, New Yorlc, N. Y. Fur- 
nace. 2,063,579 ; Dec. 8. 

Betterton, Jesse 0., Metuctien, N. J., assignor to American 
Smelting and Refining Company, New York, N. Y. Melt- 
ing and casting high purity metal. 2,065,207 ; Dec. 22. 

Betterton, Jesse O., and G. H. Weis, Metuchen, N. J., as- 
signors to American Smelting and Refining Company, 
New York, N. Y. Treating copper anode mud. 2,031,299 ; 
Feb. 18. 

Betterton, Jesse O., and Y. B. Lebedeff, Metuchen, N. J., 
assignors to American Smelting and Refining Company, 
New York, N. Y. Lead refining. 2,032,788 ; Mar. 3. 

Betterton, Jesse O., and A. J. Phillips, Metuchen, N. J., 
assignors to American Smelting and Refining Company, 
New Yorl£, N. Y. Dezincing aluminum. 2,034,372 ; 
Mar. 17. „ 

Betterton, Jesse O., Metuchen, and R. D. McLellan, Wood- 
bridge, N. J., assignors to American Smelting and Re- 
fining Company, New York, N. Y. Treating impure anti- 
mony trioxide. 2,035,453 ; Mar. 31. 

Betterton, Jesse O., and A. J. Phillips, Metuchen, N. J., 
assignors to American Smelting and Refining Company, 
New York, N. Y. Treating mixed oxides of lead, tin, 
and zinc. 2,040,825 ; May 19. 

Betterton, Jesse O., and A. J. Phillips, Metuchen, N. J., 

1^ assignors to American Smelting and Refining Company, 
New York, N. Y. Treating brass and bronze secondary 
metals. 2,040,826: May 19. 

Betterton, Jesse O., Metuchen and K. A. Lindner, Rahway, 
N. J., assignors to American Smelting and Refining 
Company, New York, N. Y. Metallurgical apparatus. 
2,041,810 ; May 26. 

Betterton, Jesse O., Metuchen, and K. A. Lindner, Rahway, 
N. J., assignors to American Smelting and Refining 
Company, New York, N. Y. Metallurgical apparatus. 
2,041,811 ; May 26. 

Betterton, Jesse O., and A. J. Phillips, Metuchen, N. J., 
assignors to American Smelting and Refining Company, 
New York, N. Y. Refining copper alloys. 2,042,291; 
May 26. 

Betterton, Jesse O., and A. J. Phillips, Metchen, N. J., 
assignors to American Smelting and Refining Company, 
New York, N. Y. Refining copper alloys. 2,042,292 ; 
May 26. 

Betterton, Jesse O., Metuchen, N. J., and C. N. Waterman, 
Monterrey, Mexico, assignors to American Smelting and 
Refining Company, New York, N. Y. Recovering tin. 
2.043,573 ; June 9. 

Betterton, Jesse O., and A. J. Phillips, Metuchen, N. J., 
assignors to American Smelting and Refining Company, 
New York, N. Y. Treating metals. 2.043,574 ; June 9. 

Betterton, Jesse O., and A. J. Phillips, Metucjien, N. J., 
assignors to American Smelting and Refining Company, 
New York, N. Y. Vacuum treatment of metals. 
2,054,922; Sept. 22. 

Betterton, Jesse O., and A. J. Phillips, Metuchen, N. J., 
assignors to American Smelting and Refining Company, 
New York, N. Y. Vacuum treatment of metals. 
2.054,923 ; Sept. 22. 

Betterton, Jesse O., and Y. E. LebedefC, Metuchen, N. J., 
assignors to American Smelting and Refining Company, 
New York. N. Y. Refining lead. 2,056.164 ; Oct. 6. 

Betterton, Jesse O., and Y. B. LebedefC, Metuchen, N. J., 
assignors to American Smelting and Refining Company, 
New York, N. Y. Refining alloys of lead and tin. 
2.061,994 ; Nov. 24. 

Betterton, Jesse O., and Y. E. LebedefC. Metuchen, N. J., 
assignors to American Smelting and Refining Company, 
New York, N. Y. Refining alloys of lead and tin. 
2,061,995 ; Nov. 24. 

Betterton, Jesse O., and Y. E. LebedefC, Metuchen, N. J., 
assignors to American Smelting and Refining Company, 
New Y'ork, N. Y. Desilvering alloys of lead and tin. 
2,062,116 ; Nov. 24. 

Bettinger Enamel Corporation. (See Bettlnger, H. B., and 
Strum, assignors.) 

Hettinger, Hoyland B., and J. A. Strum, assignors to 
Bettinger Enamel Corporation, Waltham, Mass. Wall 
sheathing. 2,037,560 ; Apr. 14. 

Bettls, William I., Los Angeles, Calif. Well casing pro- 
tector. 2,045,629 : June 30. 

Betts, Clarence A.. Kansas City, Mo. Apparatus for regis- 
tering find aligning printers' forms, plates, and the like. 
2,028.965 ; Jan. 28. 

Betts, Everett D., assignor to The Rudy Furnace Com- 
pany. Dowagiac. Mich. Humidifier. 2.049,731; Aug. 4. 

Betts, Ross C, Lakewood, assignor to The Dobeckmun Co., 
Cleveland, Ohio. Universal bag machine. 2,054,406 : 
Sept. 15. 

Befts, Walter L., Broolvlyn, N. Y., and E. H. Jones. Summit, 
N. J., assignors to Bell Telephone Laboratories. Incor- 
porated, New York, N. Y. Acoustic device. 2,058,555 ; 
Oct. 27. 

Betty, John, assignor to J. A. Betty, Corcoran, Calif. 
Toy gun. 2,031.359 : Feb. IS. 

Betty, John A. (See Betty, .Tohn. assisnor.) 

Betz, Arthur B., Cleveland, Ohio. Rotatably mounted 
wrineer for washing machines. 2,055,960; Sept. 29. 

Betz, William. Detroit, Mich. Drill jig. 2,029,650 : Feb. 4. 

Betzell, Estelle A., et al. (See McDermott, Howard N., 
assignor.) 

Beust, Cecil J. (See Mathews. G. W.. and Beust.) 

Beust. Cecil J., Atlanta, Ga. Rotary compressor. 
2,044,873 ; June 23. 



Beuther, Annemarie. (See Hackhofer, E., and Beuther.) 

Beverage, Harold H., Riverhead, N. Y., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Receiving system. 2,028,860 ; 
Jan. 28. 

Beverage, Harold H., Riverhead, N. Y., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Radio telegraph repeater. 
2,034,738; Mar. 24. 

Beveridge-Marvellum Company, The. (See Pohlmann, 
Joseph J., assignor.) 

Bevis, Frank P. (See Lee, B., and Bevis.) 

Beyer, Alfred M., Jr., Flushing, N. Y. Sanitary napkin. 
2,047,054; July 7. 

Beyer, Claude F. (See C.impbell, A. B., and Beyer.) 

Beyer, Peter G. G.. Copenhagen, Denmark. Hand spooling 
apparatus. 2,042,381 ; May 26. 

Beyer, Wilhelm, Moscow, Russia. Multistage steam power 
plant system. 2,050.259; Aug. 11. 

Beyersdorfer, Paul, Reichenbach, Germany. Making 
glass, enamels, glazes, and the like containing lead. 
2,033,103 ; Mar. 3. 

Beyhl, Edward H. (See Traylor, S. W., Jr., and Bej'hl.) 

Bcymer, Kenneth R., Dayton, Ohio. Luminous device. 
2,061,824 ; Nov. 24. 

Beynon, Le Quay, Glendale, assignor to Union Oil Com- 
pany of California, Los Angeles, Calif. Separation of 
hard wax from soft wax associated therewith. 2,045,567 ; 
June 30. 

Beyschowetz, Josef, Vienna, Austria. Mosquitoproof re- 
treat. 2.058,053; Oct. 20. 

Bezosky, John, Binghamton, N. Y. Engine piston. 
2,043,920 ; June 9. 

Bezzenberger, Fred K., Cleveland Heights, Ohio, assignor, 
by mesne assignments, to The Fulton Sylphon Company, 
Knoxville, Tenn. Method and apparatus for making 
metallic corrugated walls. 2,052,2()9 ; Aug. 25. 

Bezzenberger, Frederick K., Cleveland Heights, Ohio. Re- 
moving rubber containing material from metal surfaces. 
2,052,997 ; Sept. 1. 

Biach, John L., New Haven, Conn., assignor to The En- 
gineering and Research Corporation. Control mecha- 
nism. 2,040,425 ; May 12. 

Bialkowsky, Bruno G., assignor to The Tuttle Press Com- 
pany, Appleton, Wis. Scalloping paper napkins. 
2,064,406 ; Dec. 15. 

Biancalana, Eugene, Richmond Hill, N. Y. Refrigeration 
for meat grinders or like devices. 2,060,605 ; Nov. 10. 

Bianco, John A., Boston, Mass. Electromagnetic switch. 
2,059,306; Nov. 3. 

Biazzi, Salvatore, assignor of one-half to A. B. Azzarello, 
San Jose, Calif. Ad.1ustahle finger bar for shear ma- 
chines. 2.039.699 ; May 5. 

Bibb, Carlisle H., assignor to Newport Industries, Inc., 
Pensacola, Fla. Converting pine oil into useful products. 
2,052,742; Sept. 1. 

Bibb, Carlisle H., assignor to Newport Industries, Inc., 
Pehsacola, Fla. Distilling terpineol. 2,052,743; 
Sept. 1. 

Bibb, Carlisle H., assignor to Newport Industries, Inc., 
Pensacola, Fla. Isomerizing methyl chavicol. 2,052,744 ; 
Sept. 1. 

Bibb, Carlisle H., assignor to Newport Industries, Inc., 
Pensacola, Pla. Refining anethol. 2,052,745 ; Sept. 1. 

Bibb, Clarence O., Louisville, Ky. Tool. 2,035,293 ; Mar. 
24, 

Bibb Manufacturing Company. (See Gwaltney, Eugene 
C, assignor.) 

Bibb Manufacturing Company. (See Murphy, Henry J., 
assignor. ) 

Bible, Walter E.. Denver, Colo. Continuous casting ma- 
chine. 2,058,762 ; Oct. 27. 

Bichler, Charles H., Paris, and G. Eyssartier, Arcachon, 
France. Liquid purifier. 2,061,343; Nov. 17. 

Bichowsky, Francis R. (See Rosett, W., and Bichowsky.) 

Bichowsky, Francis R., Washington, D. C, assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to General Motors Corporation. Ab- 
sorbent for refrigerants. 2,041,741 ; May 26. 

Bickel, Clifford A. (See Whipp. W. E., and Bickel.) 

Bickel, Cllilford A., assignor to The Monarch Machine Tool 
Company, Sidney, Ohio. Automatic lathe. 2,039,876; 
May 5. 

Bickel. Clifford A., assignor to The Monarch Machine Tool 
Company, Sidney, Ohio. Machine tool. 2,050,746 ; 
Aug. 11. 

Bickel. ClifCord A., assignor to The Monarch Machine 
Tool Company, Sidney, Ohio. Apparatus for controlling 
operation of tools. 2,052,441 ; Aug. 25. 

Bickel, Clifford A., assignor to The Monarch Machine Tool 
Company, Sidney, Ohio, Motor automatic lathe, 
2,055,227 : Sept. 22. 

Bickel, ClifCord A., and S. A. Brandenburg, assignors to 
The Monarch Machine Tool Company, Sidney, Ohio. 
Universal lathe. 2,051.127; Aug. 18. 

Bickel. Frederic J., and H. J. C. Oster, Jr., assignors to 
The Osborn Manufacturing Company, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Brush. 2.062.047; Nov. 24. 

Bickel, Travis W., Alva, Okla. Curtain control mechanism. 
2.043,981 ; June 16. 

Bickers, John. (See Finer, H. J., and Bickers.) 

Bickford, Andrew J. H., West Roxbury, assignor to Na- 
tional Display Co., Maiden, Mass. Display device. 
2.035,941 ; Mar. 31. 

Bickford. Herbert A.. Warwick, R. I., assignor to Boston 
Wire Stitcher Company, Portland, Maine. Machine for 
attaching articles to other objects. 2,029,353 ; Feb. 4. 



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Bickley, Everett H., Bala-Cynwyd, Pa. Radio receiver 
tuning control meclianlsm. 2,050,555 ; Aug. 11. 

Bicljnell, George M., assignor to Carter Carburetor Cor- 
poration, St. Louis, Mo. Venturi staclj. 2,048,535 ; 
Jul.T 21. 

Biclinell, Ralph N., Bangor, Maine. Refrigerating display 
cabinet. 2,030,780; Feb. 11. 

Bidaud, Auguste F. (See Berger, P., and Bldaud.) 

Biddle, Charles M., 3d. (See Ball, Francis J., assignor.) 

Biddle, John M., assignor to Union Special Machine Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Fabric folding and marljing ma- 
chine. 2,032,830; Mar. 3. 

Biddle, William O. (See Corbin, Elbert A., Jr., as.signor.) 

Biddle, William C. (See Corbin, E. A., Jr., and Wolf, 
assignors.) 

Bldle, William S., Cleveland Heights, Ohio. Feeding means 
for round bars. 2,038,204 ; Apr. 21. 

Bidle, William S., Cleveland Heights, Ohio. Steel treat- 
ing. 2,044,561 ; June 16. 

Bidwell, Howard, Gill, Mass. Electric water heater. 
2,058,054 ; Oct. 20. 

Bidwell, Paul W., assignor to White & Wycl<ofE Mfg. Com- 
pany, Holyoke, Mass. Book binding. 2,065,505 ; Dec. 
29. 

Biebel, Herman M. (See Jackson, R. P., and Biehel.) 

Bieber, Otto F. A.. Minneapolis, Minn. Heating plant. 
2,034,172 : Mar. 17. 

Biebler, Conrad A. (See Ziska, A., and Biebler.) 

Biedermann, William F., Providence, R. I., assignor to 
Federal Chain Company. Chain machine. 2,065,788 ; 
Dec. 29. 

Biogler, Karl, Bi-ooklyn, N. Y. Apparatus for identify- 
ing short-wave foreign radio transmitting stations. 
2,066,089 ; Dec. 29. 

Bieling, Carl A., Elizabeth, N. J., assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Piezoelectric crystal apparatus. 2,032,865 ; Mar. 3. 

Bieling, Carl A., Elizabeth, N. J., and C. D. Richard, West 
New Brighton, assignors to Bell Telephone Laboratories, 
Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Coil winding machine. 
2,064,287 ; Dec. 15. 

Bienenstock, Moritz, Budapest. Hungary. Recovering pure 
germinal substance from seed kernels. 2,028,132 ; Jan. 
21. 

Bienenstock. Moritz, and L. Csflki. Budapest, Hungary. 
J. Pless, Bratislava, Czechoslovakia, and A. and B. Sagl, 
Budapest, Hungary. Manufacture of a gluten-like prod- 
uct. 2,038,633; Apr. 28. 

Bienstock, Anna E., Newark, N. J. Toilet accessory for 
automotive vehicles. 2,054,650 ; Sept. 15. 

Bier. Leo E.. Los Angeles, Calif. Signaling system. 
2,031.202 : Feb. 18. 

Bierbaum, Harry E., assignor to General Salt Company, 
Ltd., Long Beach, Calif. Recovering halides. 2,035,523 ; 
Mar. 31. 

Bierenfeld, Josef, Milwaukee, Wis., assignor to Square T> 
Company, Detroit, Mich. Switch constructions. 
2,034.938 : Mar. 24. 

Bierenfeld. Josef, Milwaukee, Wis., assignor to Square D 
Company, Detroit, Mich. Push button construction. 
2,052,691 ; Sept. 1. 

Bierer, John JI.. Newton, Mass. Vulcanizing method and 
machine. 2.039.271 ; Apr. 28. 

Blermanns, Josef, Berlin-Johannisthal, Germany, as- 
signor to General Electric Company. Electric circuit 
interrupter. 2,056,033 ; Sept. 29. 

Biersark, Richard. Berlin-Halensee, and K. Schroder, Ber- 
lin-Charlottenburg, Germany. Heavy duty steam gen- 
erator. 2.037,493 ; Apr. 14. 

Biersdorf, Herman R., et al. (See Minott, Daniel L., as- 
signor.) 

Biery, John E., Grantwood, N. .T., assignor to Foster Wheel- 
er Corporation, New York, N. Y. Block construction for 
boiler tubes and the like. 2,033,175 ; Mar. 10. 

Biesik, John F., Milwaukee, Wis. Antifrost glass. 
2,029.218 ; Jan. 28. 

Bi^th, Tom C, Alsten, Sweden, assignor to Electrolux 
Corporation, Dover, Del. Apparatus for treating 
articles. 2.028.861 ; Jan. 28. 

Bietz, Luther, Curwensville, Pa. Sewer. 2,045,514 ; 
June 23. 

Biewend, Erik C. and W. R. Konkle, Albion, Mich. Valve 
tappet. 2,032.906 ; Mar. 3. 

Bigelow, Bryant, Boston, Mass. Liquid dispensing device. 
2,039,624 ; May 5. 

Bigelow, Charles G. (See Whitcomb, A. J., and Bigelow.) 

Bigelow, Charles G.. assignor to Freyn Engineering Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Goggle valve. 2,029,151 ; Jan. 28. 

Bigelow Company. The. (See Welter, Gustavo, assignor.) 

Bigelow, Loyal A., Evanston. assignor to Acme Steel 
Company, Chicago, 111. Ready bound crate. 2,042,329 ; 
May 26. 

Bigelow. Lucy S., Kansas City, Mo. Toy valise. 2,040,974 ; 
May 19. 

Bigelow-Sanford Carpet Co. Inc. (See Bauer, Ernest K. 
assignor.) 

Bigelow-Sanford Carpet Co. Inc. (See Jackson, Robert 
J., assignor.) 

Bigelow-S.inford Carpet Co. Inc. (See Phoenix, Ernest 
T., assignor.) 

Biggers, Bo.vd. (See Howard. J. R., and Bi-rgers.) 

Bigcers, May H., Webster Groves, Mo. Window shelf. 
2,051,241 ; Aug. 18. 

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Biggert, Florence C, Jr., Crafton, assignor to United 
Engineering & Foundry Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Ro- 
tary shear blade clamp. 2,031,246 ; Feb. 18. 

Biagert, Florence C, Jr., Crafton, assignor to United 
Engineering & Foundry Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Rolling mill screwdown. 2,034,939 ; Mar. 24. 

Biggs, Floyd E., Detroit, Mich. Ventilator. 2,031,404 ; 
Feb. 18. 

Bigga, Leonard R., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Manufacturing a heating element. 
2,053,127 ; Sept. 1. 

Biggs. Orrick H., Beverly, assignor to Hygrade Sylvania 
Corporation, Salem, Mass. Base for tubes, lamps and 
the like. 2,049,152 ; July 28. 

Biggs, Orrick H., Beverly, assignor to Hygrade Sylvania 
Corporation, balem, Mass. Electric discharge tube. 
2,064,369 ; Dec. 15. 

Biggs, William J., and C. M. Axelton, Phoenix, Ariz. Spec- 
tacle case holder. 2,050,917 ; Aug. 11. 

Bigler, Clinton L., and H. W. Ball, assignors to The Mor- 
gan Engineering Company, Alliance, Ohio. Ingot strip- 
per. 2,063,656 ; Dec. 8. 

Bigler, Edward A., Auburn, 111. Automatic farm gate 
2,062,738 ; Dec. 1. 

Bigler, Eugene, Oklahoma City, Okla., assignor to T. M. 
Pyle, trustee. Rotary reamer for oil, gas, and other 
wells. 2,061,057 ; Nov. 17. 

Bigley, Francis P. (See Hannafy, Joseph, and L., as- 
signors.) 

Biglln, John T., Hastings, Nebr. Latch. 2,031,522; Feb. 
18. 

Bigney, S. O., & Company. (See Macintosh, Charles L., 
assignor.) 

Bignon, Lucien, Paris, France. Electric apparatus. 
2,033,508 : Mar. 10. 

Big Rock Ranch Company. (See Harris, Ford, Jr., as- 
signor.) 

Big Square Sprinkler Co. (See Stanton, Lenthel, assignor.) 

Bijur, George, executor. (See Bi.iur, Joseph.) 

Bijur, Joseph, New York, N. Y., assignor to Auto Research 
Corporation. Centralized 
May 12. 

Bi.1ur, Joseph. New York, N. Y., 
Corporation. Automatic 

June 9. 

Bijur. Joseph, New York, N. Y. 



lubrication. 2,040,076; 

assignor to Auto Research 
lubricator. 2,043,826 ; 



assignor to Auto Research 
Corporation. Lubricating installation. 2,048,679 ; July 
28. 

Bijur, Joseph, New York, N. Y., assignor to Auto Research 
Corporation. Lubricating installation. 2,063,903 ; 
Dec. 15. 

Bijur, Joseph, deceased. New York, N. Y., by G. Bijur, 
executor. New York, N. Y., assignor to Auto Research 
Corporation. Central lubrication. 2,027,366 ; Jan. 14. 

Bijur, Joseph, deceased, by G. Bijur, New York, N. Y., ex- 
ecutor, assismor to Auto Research Corporation. Cen- 
tral lubrication. 2,043,229 ; June 9. 

Bijur, Joseph, deceased, by G. Bijur, executor. New York. 
N. Y., assignor to Auto Research Corporation. Central 
lubrication. 2,056,949 ; Oct. 13. 

Bijur, Joseph, deceased, by G. Bijur, executor. New York, 
N. Y^., assignor to Auto Research Corporation. Lubri- 
cation. 2.056,950 ; Oct. 13. 

Bijur, Joseph, deceased, by G. Bijur, executor, New York, 
N. Y., assignor to Auto Research Corporation. Chassis 
lubrication. 2,064,877 ; Dec. 22. 

Bilde, Tord E. D., Stockholm, Sweden, assignor to Elec- 
trolux Corporation, Dover, Del. Vacuum cleaner, 
2,030.565 ; Feb. 11. 

Bilde, Tord E. D., Stockholm, Sweden, assignor to Electro- 
lux Corporation, Dover, Del. Vacuum cleaner. 
2.034.373; Mar. 17. 

Bilde, Tord E. D., and A. Eriksson-Jons, Stockholm, 
Sweden, assignors to Electrolux Corporation, Dover, Del. 
Vacuum cleaner. 2,031,454 ; Feb. 18. 

Bilder, James K., Dayton, Ohio. Drafting instrument. 
2.043,729 ; .Tune 9. 

Bilhuber, E., Inc. (See Schmidt, Karl F., assignor.) 

Bilhuber, Paul H., Douglaston, assignor to Steinway & 
Sons, New York, N. Y. Piano and like musical instru- 
ments using strings. 2,048.368 ; July 21. 

Bilhuber, Paul H., Douglaston, Long Island, assignor to 
Steinway & Sons, New York, N. Y. Soundboard for 
pianos and other instruments or devices using sound- 
boards. 2.051,633; Aug. 18. 

Biliades. William K., Tarrytown, N. Y. Sole trimmer. 
2,050,875 ; Aug. 11. 

Biller, David J., assignor to Day-Brite Reflector Company, 
St. Lnuis. Mo. Illuminator. 2,034,5.56 ; Mar. 17. 

Billig, Kurt. (See Schirmacher, K., Schaich, Wolfram, 
Tampke, Billig, and Schirmacher.) 

Billiu, Kurt, Frankfort-on-the-Main. Germany, assignor to 
I.' G. Farbenindustrie Aktiengesellschaft. Preparing 
substituted aldols. 2,027.856 : Jan. 14. 

Billing, Noel P., London, England. Photographic printing 
or enlarging apparatus. 2,053,317 ; Sept. 8. 

Billing. Noel P.. London. England. Apparatus for the 
treatment of light sensitive surfaces. 2,005,506 ; Dec. 
29. 

Billing, Noel P., London, England. Camera lens and cam- 
era. 2.065.993 ; Dec. 29. 

Billing. Wyly M., Hopewell, Va., assignor to Hercules 
Powder Company, Wilmington, Del. Production of cellu- 
losie materials from waste cellulose products. 2,040,801 ; 
May 12. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1936 



Billingham, Milton C. J., Kalamazoo, Mich. Structural 
unit. 2,033,752; Mar. 10. 

Billings, Edmund, Weston, and H. H. OfEutt, Wincbester, 
assignors to Godfrey L. Cabot, Inc., Boston, Mass. 
Granules of agglomerative powders. 2,039,766 ; May 5. 

Billings, Edward G. (See Ingram, E. W., and Billings, 
assignors. ) 

Billings Howard J., South Acton, assignor to Arthur D. 
Little, Incorporated, Cambridge, Mass. Under water 
cement and mortar. 2,038,160; Apr. 21. 

Billings, Howard J., Acton, assignor to A. D. Little, Inc., 
Cambridge, Mass. Stabilized acid latex and making 
the same. 2,038,709 ; Apr. 28. 

Billings & Spencer Company, The. (See Coyle, John H., 
assignor.) 

Billings & Spencer Company, The. (See Moore, Walter 
R., assignor.) 

Billings, Wilfred A., Shrewsbury, Mass. Trench digger 
and back-filling machine. 2,030,045; Feb. 11. 

Billiter, Jean, Vienna, Austria, assignor to Copperweld 
Steel Company, Glassport, Pa. Electrolytic deposition 
of metals. 2,061,554 ; Nov. 24. 

Billker, Fredrick W., Milwaukee, Wis. Cutting machine. 
2,041,742 ; May 26. 

Billman, John L., Washington, D. C. Drain for automo- 
bile windows. 2,039.208 ; Apr. 28. 

Billner, Karl P., New York, N. Y. Apparatus for stabi- 
lizing high speed trains. 2,046,310 ; July 7. 

Billner, Karl P., New York, N. Y., assignor to Vacuum 
Concrete Corporation. Method of and apparatus for 
treating concrete. 2,046,867 ; July 7. 

Billson, Marcus K., assignor to Hawaiian Hume Con- 
crete Pipe Company, Limited, Honolulu, Territory of 
Hawaii. Chemically-resistant material. 2,063,835 ; 
Dec. 8. 

Billstein, Arthur E. F., Altoona, assignor to The Pennsyl- 
vania Railroad Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Rail testing 
apparatus. 2,034,280; Mar. 17. 

Billstein, Arthur E. F., Altoona, assignor to The Penn- 
sylvania Railroad Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Rail- 
flaw detector. 2,060,458 ; Nov. 10. 

Bilodeau, Frank, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Insole. 
2,039,767; May 5. 

Bilstein, Louis C, Chatham, N. J., assignor to Radium 
Luminous Corporation, New York, N. Y. Static neu- 
tralization. 2,048,490 ; July 21. 

Biltz, Karl H. A. B., Ostersund, Sweden. Clothes hanger. 
2,054,371 ; Sept. 15. 

Binapfl, Josef, Krefeld-Uerdingen, assignor to I. G. Far- 
benindustrie Aktiengesellschaft, Frankfort-on-the-Main, 
Germany. Manufacture of new conversion products from 
natural resins and esters thereof. 2,052,073 ; Aug. 25. 

Binapfl, Josef, and J. Kuchenbuch, Krefeld-Uerdingen, as- 
signors to I. G. Farbenindustrie Aktiengesellschaft, 
Frankfort-on-the-Main, Germany. Manufacture of con- 
densation products. 2,031,586 ; Feb. 25. 

Binder, Herman A., San Francisco, Calif. Savings device. 
2,043,848 ; June 9. 

Binder, John, et al. (See Binder, J., and Selke, as- 
signors.) 

Binder, John, and W. C. Selke, assignors to A. Sadker and 
J. Binder, Philadelphia, Pa. Spark plug. 2,035,440; 
Mar. 31. 

Binder, Leo J., Spokane, Wash. Motor vehicle signal. 
2,057,760; Oct. 20. 

Bing, Harold O., Sandusky, assignor to Beloit Iron Works, 
Beloit, Wis. Paper machine and making paper. 
2,052,746 ; Sept. 1. 

Bing, Joseph M., et al. (See Karg, Josef, assignor.) 

Bing, Joseph M. (See Reinhold, E.. and Bing.) 

Bingel, Rudolf, Berlin-Charlottenburg, and H. Weinert, 
Berlin-Spandau, assignors to Siemens-Schuckertwerke 
Aktiengesellschaft, Berlln-Siemensstadt, Germany. Trac- 
er control for material working machines. 2,046,013 ; 
June 30. 

Bingham, Carl G., Highland Park, assignor to Sam'l Bing- 
ham's Son Mfg. Co., Chicago, 111. Machine for coating 
printers' rollers. 2,047,993 ; July 21. 

Bingham, Eugene C, Baston, Pa. Window construction. 
2,027,016; Jan. 7. 

Bingham, John D., Dayton, Ohio., assignor by mesne assign- 
ments to General Motors Corporation. Refrigeration. 
2,040,641 ; May 12. 

Bingham, Richard, Chicago, 111. Dispensing cap for col- 
lapsible tubes. 2,051,513 ; Aug. 18. 

Bingham Stamping & Tool Company, The. (See SneU, 
Samuel A., assignor.) 

Bingham's, Sam'l, Son Mfg. Co. (See Bingham, Carl G., 
assignor.) 

Bingham's, Sam'l, Son Mfg. Co. (See Donahue, J. J., and 
Rohman, assignors.) 

Bingman, Frederick P., Birmingham, assignor to The R. C. 
Mahon Company, Detroit, Mich. Air conditioning ap- 
paratus. 2,061,344 ; Nov. 17. 

Biniek, Georg, assignor to Telephon-Apparat-Fabrik E. 
Zwietusch & Co. G. m. b. H., Berlin-Charlottenburg, 
Germany. Electric safety razor. 2,040,683 ; May 12. 

Biniek, Georg, Berlin-Charlottenburg, assignor to Tele- 
phon-Apparat-Fabrik E. Zwietusch & Co. G. m. b. H., 
Charlottenburg, Germany. Safety razor with rotary 
drive. 2.042,293 ; May 26. 

Binkley, William E., Forreston, 111. Hearse. 2.042,382 ; 
May 26. 

Binks Manufacturing Company. (See Bramsen, Svend, as- 
signor.) 



Binks Manufacturing Company. (See Bramsen, S., Wahlin, 
and Gustafsson, assignors.) 

Binks Manufacturing Company. (See Gustafsson, Eric, 
assignor.) 

Binney & Smith Company. (See Wiegand, WiUiam B., 
assignor.) 

Binns, George W., assignor to Cincinnati Grinders Incor- 
porated, Cincinnati, Ohio. Grinding machine. 2,045,894 ; 
June 30. 

Binns, George W., and L. E. Mehlhope, assignors to Cin- 
cinnati Grinders Incorporated, Cincinnati, Ohio. Grind- 
ing machine. 2,035,737 ; Mar. 31. 

Binns, George W., and C. Booth, assignors to Cincinnati 
Grinders Incorporated, Cincinnati, Ohio. Grinding ma- 
chine. 2,060,785; Nov. 17. 

Bins, Harry i\. Green Bay, Wis. Dispensing cabinet. 
2,038,822 ; Apr. 28. 

Bins, John G., St. Paul, Minn. Dog bed or the like. 
2,032,248 ; Feb. 25. 

Bio Reduction Corporation of New York. (See Boeder, 
George H., assignor.) 

Biocina, Michael J., San Francisco, Calif. Safety razor. 
2,064,811 ; Dec. 22. 

Biolite, Inc. (See Florovantl, RafCaele, assignor.) 

Blolite, Inc. (See Kaufman, Alfonse, assignor.) 

Birch, Charles E. (See Emmert, R. J., Goad, Baker, 
Shippy, Holmes, Phelps, and Birch.) 

Birch, Erastus F., Eureka, Utah. Exerciser. 2,042,764; 
June 2. 

Birch, Leland W., assignor to The Ohio Brass Company, 
Mansfield, Ohio. Trolley system and device. 2,041,110 ; 
May 19. 

Birchell, Francis C. (See Schram, W. G., and Birchall.) 

Bircher Co., The. (See Keiser, Arthur J., assignor.) 

Birchfield, Roy R., Shreveport, La. Lock. 2,050,155 ; 
Aug. 4. 

Bird, Benjamin P., Highland Park, 111. Vegetable hy- 
drating apparatus. 2,039,768 ; May 5. 

Bird, Benjamin F., Kenilworth, 111. Apparatus for hy- 
drating. 2,039,769 ; May 5. 

Bird, Charles F., American Falls, Idaho, assignor of one- 
half to Basil Edwards, Salt Lake City, Utah. Amalga- 
mator. 2,048,678 ; July 28. 

Bird, Elmer G., La Porte, Ind., assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to B. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company, Wil- 
mington, Del. Sheet rubber. 2,059,203 ; Nov. 3. 

Bird, John C. (See Lewis, J. B., and Bird.) 

Bird, John C. (See Smith, K. D., and Bird.) 

Bird, John C, Elizabeth, N. J., assignor to Standard Oil 
Development Company. Obtaining valuable products 
from acid sludge. 2,028,185 ; Jan. 21. 

Bird, John C, Elizabeth, N. J., assignor to Standard Oil 
Development Company. Composition of matter obtained 
from hydrocarbon acid sludge. 2,035,112 ; Mar. 24. 

Bird, John C, Upper Montclair, N. J., assignor to Hoff- 
mann-La Roche, Inc. Suppository medication. 
2,055,063 ; Sept. 22. 

Bird, John C, assignor to John Wyeth & Brother, Incor- 
porated, Philadelphia, Pa. Preparing metal picrates. 
2,065,110; Dec. 22. 

Bird, John C., Montclair, N. J., assignor to John Wyeth & 
Brother, Incorporated, Philadelpnia, Pa. Picric acid 
compounds. 2,065,111 ; Dec. 22. 

Bird, John C, and K. D. Smith, assignors to Union Steam 
Pump Company, Battle Creek, Mich. Viscolizer valve. 
2,038,263 ; Apr. 21. 

Bird, Len O., Glendale, Calif., assignor to W. L. Adams, 
Rexburg, Idaho. Scraper. 2,051,197; Aug. 18. 

Bird, Lloyd C, H. M. Rexrode and R. R. Chappell, assign- 
ors to Phipps & Bird, Inc., Richmond, Va. Propor- 
tional liquid feed apparatus. 2,042,383 ; May 26. 

Bird, Lloyd C, H. M. Rexrode and R. R. Chappell, assign- 
ors to Phipps & Bird, Inc., Richmond, Va. Constant 
temperature refrigerator. 2,042,384 ; May 26. 

Bird Machine Co. (See Lyons, Sanford C, assignor.) 

Bird, Milo A., and C. P. Tuttle, Richmond, assignors to 
Standard Oil Company of California, San Francisco, 
Calif. Thermocouple shield. 2,048,680; July 28. 

Bird, Myron, San Francisco, Calif. Making circular saws. 
2,064,407 ; Dec. 15. 

Bird, Russell H., Detroit. Mich. Refrigerating cooling 
unit. 2,057,666; Oct. 20. 

Bird, Whitworth F., Drexel Hill, assignor to Collins & 
Aikman Corporation, Philadelphia, Pa. Loom. 
2,027,806; Jan. 14. 

Bird, Whitworth P., Springfield, assignor to Collins 
& Aikman Corporation, Philadelphia, Pa. Producing ply 
yarn. 2,061,498 ; Nov. 17. 

Bird, William G., Redland, Bristol, England. Electrical 
frequency responsive device. 2,034,019 ; Mar. 17. 

Bird, William G., Redland, Bristol, England. Electrical 
speed-indicator and revolution-counter. 2,060,721 ; Nov. 
10. 

Birdlebough. Otis T., and G. E. Luce, Yakima, Wash. 
Coating composition for dental models. 2,057,289 ; Oct. 
13. 

Birdsboro Steel Foundry & Machine Company. (See 
Martin, Mark H., assignor.) 

Birdsboro Steel Foundry and Machine Company. (See 
Mekeel, Charles H., Jr., assignor.) 

Birdsell. David C, Enfield, and D. M. Bauer, Norristown, 
Pa. Display device. 2,039,770 ; May 5. 

Birek, John, assignor to S. I. Pineman, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Artificial grass mat. 2,081,750 ; Nov. 24. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



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Biieloy. Bcrtlm M. and C. E., Hollywood, Calif. Cleaning 
device. 2,030,494 ; Feb. 11. 

Blreley, Charles E. (See Bireley, Bertha M. and C. E.) 

Birer, Morris E. (See McNaughton, Jolin. assignor.) 

Birge, Kayinond B.. assignor to Packard Motor Car Com- 
pany. l>etroit, Midi. Convertible sedan and phaeton. 
2,029,050 : .Tun. 28. 

Birkby, Harold S., Nutley, N. J., assignor to Standard-I. G. 
Company. Soluble oils. 2,049,043 ; July 28. 

Birkeumaier, Theodore. (See Matthev?s, C. L., and Blrk- 
enniaier. ) 

Birkbimer, Edwin R., assignor to The Atlantic Refining 
Company, Pliiladelpbia, Pa. Hydrocarbon oil treat- 
ment. 2,026,812 ; Jan. 7. 

Blrkbolz, Hans E., assignor to America Air Filter Com- 
pany, Inc., Louisville, Ky. Air or gas filter unit. 
2,029,406; Feb. 4. 

Birkigt, Louis, Bois-Colombes, France. Mechanism for the 
tripping or release ot movable organs. 2,040,197 ; May 
12. 

Birkigt, Marc, Bois-Colombes, France. Aircraft engine 
and gun assembly. 2,053,691 ; Sept. 8. 

Birki.at, Marc, Bois-Colombes, France. Percussion fuse. 
2,057,410; Oct. 13. 

Blrkland, Torger. (See Barlow, H,. and Birkland,) 

Birks, Henry, & Sons, Limited. (See Gutnknecht, Her- 
man, assignor.) 

Birminsiham Electric Furnaces Limited. (See Lobley, Al- 
fred G., assignor.) 

Birnstock. William W., York, Pa. Bottle crate. 2,060,019 ; 
Nov. 10. 

Birr, John E. W., San Leandro, assignor of one-half to A. 
G. Nicolini, Oakland, Calif. Washing machine. 
2,062,286; Dec. 1. 

Birr, Rudolph G., Lombard, and A. C. Grunwald, River 
Forest, 111., assignors to Steiner Sales Company, Salt 
Lake City, Utah. Paper towel dispensing apparatus. 
2,051,242 ; Aug. 18. 

Birrell, Don A., Salt Lake City, Dtah. Safety razor. 
2,064,878 ; Dec. 22. 

Birtley Company Limited, The. (See Appleyard, K. C, 
and Flint, assignors.) 

Birtman Electric Company. (See Sparklln, Charles H., 
assignor.) 

Bischof, Frank, Jr., assignor to Dowst Manufacturing 
Company, Chicago, 111. Toy. 2,065,208 ; Dec. 22. 

Bischof, Paul, Bronx, N. Y. Transmission. 2,031,247 ; 
Feb. 18. 

Bischoff, Charles F., Caldwell, N. J., and A. Herckmans, 
New York, N. Y., assignors to American Telephone and 
Telegraph Company. Reproduction of sound. 
2,063,148 ; Dec. 8. 

Bischoff, Ludwig, Brooklyn, N. Y. Bag making machine. 
2,037,110 ; Apr. 14. 

Bischoff, Robert, assignor to S. Morgan Smith Company, 
York, Pa. Pressure surge controlling means. 2,055,193 ; 
Sept. 22. 

Bisel, Edwin J., tJniontown, Pa. Measuring apparatus. 
2,053,810 ; Sept. 8. 

Bishop & Babcock Manufacturing Company, The. (See 
Babeock, Henry H., assignor.) 

Bishop & Babcock Manufacturing Company, The. (See 
Bondurant, Carlton W., assignor.) 

Bishop & Babcock Mfg. Company, The. (See Findley, 
Howard J., assignor.) 

Bishop & Babcock Mfg. Company, The. (See Golob. John 
B., assignor.) 

Bishop & Babcock Manufacturing Company, The. (See 
Grant, William H.. assignor.) 

Bishop & Babcock Mfg. Company, The. (See Mayo, Ed- 
ward L., assignor.) 

Bishop & Babcock Manufacturing Company, The. (See 
Miiller, Frederick W., assignor.) 

Bishop & Babcock Mfg. Company, The. (See Boot, Walter 
S., Jr., assignor.) 

Bishop & Babcock Sales Company, The. (See Koepke, 
Edward C, assignor.) 

Bishop, Clifford E., Rego Park, assignor to Northam War- 
ren Corporation, New York, N. Y. Fingernail polish 
remover. 2,032,042 ; Feb. 25. 

Bishop Company, The. (See Bishop, Frederick R., as- 
signor.) 

Bishop, Eleanor M., Minneapolis, Minn. Paper doll. 
2,050,556 ; Aug. 11. 

Bishop, Frank, Los Angeles, Calif. Surface finishing 
panel. 2,038,920 ; Apr. 28. 

Bishop, Frank, Los Angeles, Calif. Forming rakes, forks, 
and the like. 2,039,771 ; May 5. 

Bishop, Frederic L., Fox Chapel Manor, Pa. Manufacture 
of laminated glass. 2,040,238 ; May 12. 

Bishop, Frederic L., Fox Chapel Manor, C. S. Shoemaker, 
Jeannette, L. J. Pierce, and C. F. Wood, Pittsburgh, and 
B. Donnini, Jeannette, assignors to American Window 
Glass Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Apparatus for the 
manufacture of laminated glass. 2,052,545 ; Sept. 1. 

Bishop, Frederick. (See Driest, Charles, assignor.) 

Bishop, Frederick J., assignor to H. Bishop, Harper, Wash. 
Oil burner. 2,052,747 ; Sept. 1. 

Bishop, Frederick R., assignor to The Bishop Company, 
North Attleboro, Mass. Ophthalmic mounting. 
2,063,657 ; Dec, 8. 

Bishop, George E., Cleveland Heights, Ohio. Cover for 
dental chairs. 2,057,551 ; Oct. 13. 

Bishop, Harper. (See Bishop, Frederick J., assignor.) 



Bishop, Lewis, Arcadia, Fla. Cover crop cutter. 
2,042,981; June 2. 

Bishop, Reginald, Golders Green, London, England. Ma- 
chine for generating cams of the worm type. 2,053 597 ; 

Sept. 8. 

Bishop, Roy. (See Sloan, James J., assignor.) 

Bishop, Stanley K., Binghamton, assignor to The Brewer- 
Titchener Corporation, Cortland, N. Y. Seat adjuster. 
2,031,248 ; Feb. 18. J • 

Bishop, Storrs M,, Schenectady, N. Y. Attachment for 
closing devices. 2,028,269 ; Jan. 21. 

Bishop, AYalter, Detroit, Mich., assignor to Backstay Welt 
Company, Union City, Ind. Finishing strip. 
2,039,877 ; May 5. 

Bishop, William H., assignor to Weathershlelds Limited, 
Birmingham, England. Sliding roof for vehicles. 
2,041,281 ; May 19. 

Bishton, Robert R., Herkimer, N. Y. Adjustable burnish- 
ing reamer. 2,030,846 ; Feb. 18. 

Bisler, G. A., Inc. (See White, A. M., and Slier, as- 
signors.) 

Bisley, William F., assignor to Chicago Flexible Shaft 
Company, Chicago, 111. Electric motor. 2,048,096; 
July 21. 

Bispham, Mabel A., Los Angeles, Calif. Fastening device. 

2,026,930; Jan. 7. 
Bissell, Archie C, Ludington, Mich. Road sanding machine. 

2,057,759 ; Oct. 20. 
Bissell, Bessie L., administratrix. (See Bissell, Neil H.) 
Bissell, Carl H., assignor to Crouse-Hinds Company, 

Syracuse, N. Y. Work cycle timer. 2,050,825 ; Aug. 11. 
Bissell, Carl H., assignor to Crouse-HInds Company, 

Syracuse, N. Y. Globe grip. 2,057,361 ; Oct. 13. 
Bissell, Carl H., and R. H. OUey, assignors to Crouse- 
HInds Company, Syracuse, N. Y. Junction box. 

2,043,648 ; June 9. 
Bissell Carpet Sweeper Company. (See Pullen, Fred W., 

assignor.) 

Bissell, David J. (See Perkins, Lester C, assignor.) 

Bissell, Don W., Hamburg, assignor to National Aniline & 
Chemical Company, New York, N. Y. Developing dyes. 
2,047,543 ; July 14. 

Bissell, Neil H., deceased, Akron, Ohio, B, L. Bissell, ad- 
ministratrix. Carburetor. 2,057,552 ; Oct. 13. 

Bissell, Titus L., Birmingham, Ala. Self-starting siphon. 
2,036,191 ; Apr. 7. 

Bissell, William J., Pasadena, Calif. Apparel clasp. 
2,055,116; Sept. 22. 

Bissell, William T., assignor to Journal Box Servicing Cor- 
poration, Indianapolis, Ind. Foam elimination in re- 
claiming used oils. 2,050,415 ; Aug. 11. 

Blsslrl, Augusto, Los Angeles, and F. G. Carllng, Holly- 
wood, assignors to Carling-Larrabee Company, Holly- 
wood, Calif. Game apparatus. 2,061,135 ; Nov. 17. 

Bisson, Charles S., and W. B. Dye, Davis, Calif. Chem- 
ical process for the preparation of white beeswax from 
crude beeswax. 2,037,111 ; Apr. 14. 

Bitless Bridles Proprietary Limited. (See Tilburn, Albert 
E,, as.'?ignor. ) 

Bitner, William H. (See Lundin, H., and Bitner.) 

Bitney, Dewey H., assignor to Union Steel Products Com- 
pany, Albion, Mich. Reenforce bar support. 2,048,367 ; 
June 9. 

Bitter, Francis, Pittsburgh, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pittsburgh, 
Pa. Magnetic material and producing same. 2,046,717 ; 
July 7. 

Bitter, Jack L., Elizabethton, Tenn., assignor to North 
American Rayon Corporation, New York, N. Y. Wash- 
ing of yarn. 2,062,987 ; Dec. 1. 

Bitting, Charles D. (See Norman, G. M,. and Bitting.) 

Bitting Incorporated. (See Keller, Harry H., assignor.) 

Bitter, Jack L., Elizabethton, Tenn., assignor to North 
American Rayon Corporation, New York, N. Y. Wash- 
ing and after-treatment of yarn. 2,057,411 ; Oct. 13. 

Bittner, Joseph E.. Jr., Yakima, Wash. Fracture reducing 
splint. 2,055,024 ; Sept. 22. 

Bitzenburger, Frank C, Los Angeles, Oalif. Handle wedge. 
2,034,080 ; Mar. 17. 

Bitzer, Gottlob, West Reading, assignor to Textile Ma- 
chine Works, Wyomissing, Pa. Knitting machine thread 
carrier actuating means. 2,031,300 ; Feb. 18. 

Bivin, Robert J., Augusta, and H. M. Houston, Alto, Tex. 
Attachment for earthworking devices. 2,048,054 ; July 
21. 

Bixby, Leo A., assignor to Fuller Manufacturing Company, 
Kalamazoo, Mich. Remote control for transmissions. 
2,040,594 ; May 12. 

Bixby, Walter. (See Hathaway, E. F., and Bixby.) 

Bixler, Harley H., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Refrigerating machine. 2,028,584 ; 
Jan. 21. 

Bixler, Harley H., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company, Refrigerating machine. 2,039,053 ; 
Apr. 28. 

Bixler, Harley H., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Refrigerating machine. 2,042,497 ; 
June 2. 

Bixler, Harley H., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Valve assembly. 2,043,849 ; June 9. 

Bixler, Harley H,, Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Refrigerating machine. 2,050,876 ; 
Aug. 11. 



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Bixler, Harley H., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. I'luid muffler. 2,063,658 ; 
Dec. 8. 

Bixler, Paul S., Westminster, Md. Match box. 2,065,961 ; 
Dec. 29. 

Bizzell, Carey K. (See Bizzell, James E., and C. K.) 

Bizzell, James E., Brooklyn, N. Y., and C. K. Bizzell, Eliz- 
abeth, N. J. Salting edible nuts. 2,026,813; Jan. 7. 

BJerg, Niels H., assignor to A. B. Dick Company, Chicago, 
III. Adhesive. 2,040,916; May 19. 

Bjerregaard, August P., Okmulgee, Okla., assignor to The 
Gray Processes Corporation, Newark, N. J. Producing 
drying oil and varnish from hydrocarbon material. 
2,035,455 ; Mar. 31. 

Bjorlee, Anton H., Welch, Minn. Auction recording de- 
vice. 2,058.660 ; Oct. 27. 

BJSrklund, Alrik. (See Fliesberg, E. A. M., and Bjork- 
lund.) 

Bjorklund, Gustaf E. (See Dal6n, G., and Bjorklund.) 

BJorklund, Gustaf E., Lldingo, assignor to Svenska Aktie- 
holaget Gasaccumulator, Stockholm, Sweden. Liquid 
fuel combustion apparatus. 2,045,895 ; June 30. 

Bjorklund, Rudolf H., Essington, Pa. Convertible chair, 
divan, and bed. 2,029,092 ; Jan. 28. 

Bjornson, Bjorn G., assignor to Bell Telephone Labora- 
tories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Transmission 
control in two-way signaling systems. 2,049,941 ; 
Aug. 4. 

Bjornson, Bjorn G., assignor to Bell Telephone Labora- 
tories Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Transmission con- 
trol in two-way signaling systems. 2,061,555 ; Nov. 24 

Bjornson, Ingvard, Los Alamitos, Calif. Abradant holder. 
2,044,896 ; June 23. 

Bjornson, Ingvard, Los Alamitos, Calif. Baby blanket. 
2,048,097; July 21. 

Blacha Mateusz. (See Kubina, John, assignor.) 

Black, Alexander K., Gardena, Calif. Subirrigation sys- 
tem. 2,052,020 ; Aug. 25. 

Black, Andrew J., Butler, assignor to H. M. Black, Jean- 
nette, Pa. Method of and apparatus for feeding glass. 
2.058.763 ; Oct. 27. 

Black-Clawson Company, The. (See Bridge, Adam E., as- 
signor.) 

Black-Clawson Company, The. (See Kutter, Herman L., 
assignor.) 

Black, Crayton K. (See Smith, P. H., and Black.) 

Black, Crayton K., assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours 
& Company, Wilmington, Del. Azo dyes and their 
preparation. 2,049,286 ; July 28. 

Black & Decker Manufacturing Company, The. (See Pres- 
ton, Henry C, assignor.) 

Black & Decker Electric Company, The. (See Spielman, 
Milton H., assignor.) 

Black & Decker Manufacturing Company, The. (See 
Decker, Alonzo G., assignor.) 

Black, Donald H. (See Gibson, W. T., and Black.) 

Black, Ethan E., Wichita, Kans. Clothesline reel. 
2,053,458 ; Sept. 8. 

Black, Frank W., Akron, R. E. Ljndemann, Barberton, and 
G. M. Schaulin, assignors to The Robinson Clay Product 
Company, Akron, Ohio. Pipe handling equipment. 
2,082,523; Mar. 3. 

Black, George E. (See Young, J. H., and Black.) 

Black, George E., Sewickley, assignor to H. H. Robertson 
Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Apparatus for producing 
cellular metal building units. 2,065,511 ; Dec. 29. 

Black, Gertrude M., executrix. (See Black, John E.) 

Black, Harold M. (See Black. Andrew J., assignor.) 

Black, Harold S., Elmhurst, assignor to Bell Telephone 
Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Electric 
wave amplifying system. 2,033,917 ; Mar. 17. 

Black, Harold S., assignor to Bell Telephone Laboratories, 
Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Carrier wave trans- 
mission system. 2,034,856 ; Mar. 24. 

Black, Harold S., Forest Hills, assignor to Bell Telephone 
Laboratories. Incorporated. New York, N. Y. Carrier 
repeater system. 2.034,857 ; Mar. 24. 

Black, Harry L., assignor of one-half to A. R. Fletcher, 
Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Apparatus for indicating a 
nonoperative condition of vehicle lights. 2,039,516 ; 
May 5. 

Black, Horace D., TJxbridge, and A. A. C. Degen, Harrow, 
assignors to Bell Punch Company Limited, London, 
England. Totalizator. 2,032,972 ; Mar. 3. 

Black. Horace D., London, and C. F. Webb, Middlesex, 
assignors to Bell Punch Company Limited, London, 
England. Ticket issuing machine. 2,035.524 ; Mar. 31. 

Black. Horace D., London, and C. F. Webb, Eastcote, 
assignors to Bell Punch Company Limited, London, 
England. Device, more particularly manifold writing 
device for issuing tickets or the like. 2.060,922 ; Nov. 
17. 

Black. James G., Morehead, Ky. Test scoring machine. 

2,052,442 ; Aug. 25. 
Black. James L., Plqua, Ohio, assignor to The Superior 

Underwear Company. Undergarment construction and 

making the same. 2,037,060 ; Apr. 14. 
Black, John E., deceased, by Gertrude M. Black, executrix. 

Red Bank, and C. S. Smith, Westfield, assignors to 

The Babcock & Wilcox Company, Newark, N. J. Heat 

exchange apparatus. 2,065,850 ; Dec. 29. 
Black, John O., Detroit, Mich. Wood-graining. 

2,064,456; Dec. 15. 



Black, Joseph J., Akron, Ohio, assignor to The B. F. Good- 
rich Company, New York, N. Y. Inflatable repair bag. 

2.065.919: Dec. 29. 
Black, Knox C, Mountain Lakes, N. J,, assignor to Radio 

Corporation of America. Automatic volume control. 

2,043,092 ; June 2. 
Black, Leroy G., assignor to American Potash & Chemical 

Corporation, Trona, Calif. Crystalline anhydrous borax. 

2,064,337 ; Dec. 15. 
Black, Lester C., Los Angeles, Calif. Oil well drilling 

tackle. 2,052.074 ; Aug. 25. 
Black, Lester C, Los Angeles, Calif. Traveling block. 

2,052,075 ; Aug. 25. 
Black, Lyle F., Roanoke, Va. Tool. 2,064,457; Dec. 15. 
Black, Millard. (See Huddleston, C. E., and Black.) 
Black, Millard S., assignor of one-third to L. F. Baash, 

one-third to E. Burns, Los Angeles, and one-third 

to H. P. Wickersham, Huntington Park, Calif. Safety 

joint. 2,065,932 ; Dec. 29. 
Black, Nolan S., Detroit, Mich. Portable hoisting ma- 
chine. 2.025.294; Mar. 24. 
Black, William A.. New Richmond, Wis. Barrel truck. 

2.027,265 ; Jan. 7. 
Black, William A., Montclair, N. J., assignor to Fair- 
child Aerial Camera Corporation, Woodside, N. Y. Lens 

case locking device. 2,032,866 ; Mar. 3. 
Black, William A., Montclair, N. J., assignor to Fairchlld 

Aerial Camera Corporation. Woodside, N. Y. Focal 

plane shutter. 2,039,517 ; May 5. 
Black, William C, Denver, Colo. Dyeing process. 

2,050,260 ; Aug. 11. 
Black, William P. (See Dahl, 0., and Black.) 
Black, William F., South Bend, Ind. Smoker's utensil. 

2,063,977 ; Dec. 15. 
Black, William H., New York, N. Y. Safety razor. 

2,031,455 ; Feb. 18. 
Black, Willy. (See Kmcbenberg, F., Stedefeld, and Black.) 
Black, Willy. (See Stedefeld, C, and Black.) 
Black, Willy, Hanover, assignor to F. Kruckenberg and 

C. Stedefeld, Hanover, Germany. Transmission gear. 

2,029.981 ; Feb. 4. 
Blackall, James D., assignor to Hood Rubber Company, 

Inc., Watertown, Mass. Cutting plastic material and 

tool therefor. 2,044,932; June 23. 
Blackburn, Charles. iSee Barrows, G. A., and Blackburn.) 
Blackburn, Henrv, Hull, Quebec, Canada. Furnace or 

boiler. 2,055,400 ; Sept. 22. 
Blackburn, Jasper, Webster Groves, Mo. Unitary wire 

connecter. 2,027,415 ; Jan. 14. 
Blackburn, Philip W., East Orange, N. J., assignor to 

Westinghouse Lamp Company. Cathodes for discharge 

devices. 2,029,013 ; Jan. 28. 
Blackburn, Philip W., East Orange, N. J., assignor to 

Westinghouse Lamp Company. Electrode construction 

for discharge lamps. 2,053,318 ; Sept. 8. . 
Blacker, Latham V. S., Coates, Fittleworth, England. 

Small arms. 2.055,168 ; Sept.. 22. 
Blackhawk Mfg. Co. (See Pfauser, Edward M., assignor.) 
Blackinton, Amos S., assignor to Associated Attleboro 

Manufacturers, Inc., Attleboro, Mass. Metal fabric 

particularly adapted for use in bracelets. 2,032,831 ; 

Mar. 3. 
Blackinton, R., & Co. (See Ballou, Howard M., assignor.) 
Blackman, Joseph P.. Fairfield, assignor of one-half to 

E. F. Hurd. Bridgeport, Conn. Stocking drier and 

stretcher. 2,062,777 ; Dec. 1. 
Blackmond, William C, Ranger, assignor of one-half to 

J. H. Reynolds, Cisco, Tex. Mixing machine. 2,030,847 ; 

Feb. 18. 
Blackmore, Leslie J., Paterson, N. J. Game apparatus. 

2,062.204 ; Nov. 24. 
Black Rock Manufacturing Company, The. (See Keller, 

Joseph R., assignor.) 
Blackwood, James. (See Williamson, G. A., Holmes, and 

Blackwood.) 
Blaettner, Karl, Radebeul, Germany. Sheet separating 

mechanism. 2.066,196 ; Dec. 29. 
Blaha, Mike. (See Balko, Charles H., assignor.) 
Blaikie, Kenneth G. (See Morrison, G. O., Skirrow, and 

Blaikie.) 
Blain, W. M, (See Allen. John W., assignor.) 
Blair, George W., and J. F. Schott, assignors to Mishawaka 

Rubber and Woolen Manufacturing Company, Misha- 
waka, Ind. Floor covering and the like. 2,032,832 ; 

Mar. 3. 
Blair, Hollis W., assignor to Vermont Container Corpora- 
tion, North Troy, Vt. Combination filler and separator 

for shipping cases. 2,049,349 ; July 28. 
Blair, James H., Staten Island, assignor to Chayes Dental 

Instrument Corporation. New York, N. Y. Grinding 

wheel mandrel. 2.030.910 ; Feb. 18. 
Blair, James H., Staten Island, assignor to Chayes Dental 

Instrument Corporation, New York, N. Y. Dental tool 

attachment. 2,043.028 ; June 2. 
Blair, James H., Prince Bay, assignor of one-third to O. 

J. Heinzmann, Prince Bay, and one-third to H. M. Groff, 

Great Kills. N. Y. Apparatus for making tubular metal 

articles. 2,058,556; Oct. 27. 
Blair, John C, et al. (See Friedlein, Elbert L., assignor.) 
Blair, John E., Oak Park, 111., assignor to Intertype Cor- 
poration, Brooklyn. N. Y. Vise jaws for typographical 

machines. 2,035,421 ; Mar. 24. 
Blair Manufacturing Company. (See Bates, Charles W., 

assignor.) 



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Blair, William R., Fort Monmouth, Oceaiiport, N. J. Sys- 
tem of determining meteorological conditions by radio. 
2,027.3fi7 ; Jan. 14. 

Blair, William R., and P. B. Watson, Fort Monmouth, 
Oceanport, N, J. Radio frequency choke coil. 2,035,456 ; 
Mar. 31. 

Blaisrlell, George G. (See Gimera, G., and Blaisdell.) 

Blaisdell, Sidney B., Wyncote, Pa., assignor to Fidelity 
Machine Company, Wilmington, Del. Convertible base 
for braiding machines. 2,045,515 ; June 23. 

Blake, Archie C, South Portland, Me. Apparatus for 
automatically opening garage doors. 2,038,161 ; Apr. 
21. 

Blake, Charles C, Kittery Point, Maine, assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Heel 
fastening and attaching heels. 2,057,703 ; Oct. 20. 

Blake, Dan L., Wenatchee, Wash. Sand spreading device. 
2,005.361 : Dec. 22. 

Blake, Eli J. (See Pipkin, M. E., and Blake.) 

Blake, Elmer A., Cleveland Heights, assignor to The 
Osborn Manufacturing Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Ap- 
paratus for venting core boxes and the like. 2,049,732 ; 
Aug. 4. 

Blake, Frank O., West Los Angeles, Calif., asignor to Link- 
Belt Company, Chicago, 111. Self-lubricating chain. 
2,056,597 ; Oct. 6. 

Blake, George R. (See Dreyfus, C, and Blake.) 

Blake, George R., and G. W. Seymour, Cumberland. Md., 
assignors to Celanese Corporation of America. Textile 
process and product. 2,041,692 ; May 26. 

Blake, Joseph, Munday, Tex. Water cistern. 2,032,973 ; 
Mar. 3. 

Blake, Joseph H., Seattle, Wash. Rod or tool connecter. 
2,032,196 ; Feb. 25. 

Blake, Kenneth R., and R. H. Hill, Anderson, assignors to 
Bendix Aviation Corporation, South Bend, Ind. Car- 
buretor. 2,028.585 ; Jan. 21. 

"Blake Manufacturing Corporation. (See Seaver, Blake 
A., assignor.) 

Blake, Margaret. (See Gibbs, Robert H., assignor.) 

Blake, Moflitt & Towne. (See Hoblick, Benjamin M., as- 
signor.) 

Blake, Robert W., IndianapoUs, Ind. Denture. 2,036,678 ; 
Apr. 7. 

Blake, Sarah A., Atlanta. Ga. Sanitary and protective 
cover for permanent wave pads. 2.038,710 ; Apr. 28. 

Blake, William P., South Pasadena, Calif. Washing ma- 
chine. 2,059,080 ; Oct. 27. 

Blake, William F., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
F. A. Spelk, South Pasadena, Calif. Mop wringer. 
2,061,556; Nov. 24. 

Blakely, Carl. (See Wilhelm, J. A., and Blakely.) 

Blakeman, Arthur C, North Arlington, N. J., assignor to 
Westinghouse Lamp Company. Shocfeproof electrical de- 
vice and a shock absorbing and distributing means 
therefor. 2,049,287 ; July 28. 

Blakeman, Benjamin F., assignor of one-half to B. E. 
Rhudy, Greensboro, N. C. Copyholder. 2,062,964 ; 
Dec. 1. 

Blakeslee, Edward ) .. Oak Park, assignor to G. S. Blakes- 
lee & Co., Cicero, 111. Dishwashing machine. 
2.031.816; Feb. 25. 

Blakeslee, G. S., & Co. (See Blakeslee, Edward L., as- 
signor.) 

Blakeslee, Henry J., Marlboro, Conn. Sealing closures of 
electrical devices. 2,047,936; July 21. 

Blakeslee, John R., Willoughby, assignor to The AJax 
Manufacturing Company. Euclid, Ohio. Electric heat- 
ing apparatus. 2,027.416 ; Jan. 14. 

Blakslee, Samuel W. (See Davis, Kenneth, assignor.) 

Blanc, Aim6, Aix-en-Provence, Prance. Automatic detect- 
ing and alarm apparatus from a distance of fire. 
2,035,738 ; Mar. 31. 

Blanchard, Adna F., Providence, R. I., assignor to Tryon 
VIscostor Corporation, Elmlra, N. T. Comparative vis- 
cosity device. 2,032,197 ; Feb. 25. 

Blanchard, Arthur A., Southbridge, Ma.ss. Signal attach- 
ment for vehicles. 2,050,779 ; Aug. 11. 

Blanchard, Benjamin B., Swampscott, Mass., assignor to 
United Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. 
Welt butting machine. 2,045,577 ; June 30. 

Blanchard, Edwin S., assignor to United-Car Fastener 
Corporation, Cambridge, Mass. Slide fastener. 
2,044,662; June 16. 

Blanchard, Frederick C. Brookline, Mass. Automatic 

lubrication system. 2 047,352 ; July 14. 
Blanchard, Frederick C, Brookline. assignor to Rivett 

Lathe and Grinders, Inc., Brighton, Boston, Mass. 

Lathe. 2,043,947 ; June 9. 
Blanchard, Frederick C, Brookline, assignor to Rivett 

Lathe and Grinder, Inc., Brighton. Boston, Mass. Uni- 
versal automatic slide rest. 2.065,933 ; Dec. 29. 
Blanchard, Frederick C, Dorchester, Mass. Lubricating 

system. 2.061,790 ; Nov. 24. 
Blanchard, Frederick C, Dorchester, Boston, as.signor to 

Rivett Lathe & Grinder Corporation, Boston, Mass. 

Lathe. 2.043.967 ; June 9. 
Blanchard, Harrv G.. Buffalo, N. T. Rounding an end of 

a metal part. 2.050,416 ; Aug. 11. 
Blanchard, Hymen A., and C. W. Robertson, Buffalo, N. Y., 

said Robertson assisnor to said Blanchard. Variable 

speed mechanism. 2,032,735 ; Mar. 3. 



Blanchard, Joseph, assignor of one-half to C. G. Vokea, 
London, England. Apparatus for silencing pulsating 
gaseous currents. 2,051,675 ; Aug. 18. 

Blanchard, Leon E., Somerville, assignor to Barbour 
Stockwell Company. Cambridge, Mass. Indicating in- 
strument. 2,047,35.3 ; July 14. 

Blanchard, Lloyd H., Barre, Mass. Cleaning and massage 
device for dental purposes. 2,089,278 ; May 5. 

Blanchard, Lloyd H., Barre, Mass. Cleaning and massage 
device for dental purposes. 2,045,939 ; June 30. 

Blanchard, Paul L. C, M. H. V. Delot, and R. A. Pigal, 
Paris, France. Smelting furnace. 2,053,652 ; Sept. 8. 

Blanchard, Werner J., Kenmore, N. Y., assignor to Cur- 
tiss Aeroplane & Motor Company, Inc. Crankcase vent. 
2,032,682 ; Mar. 3. 

Blanchet, Adias E., Mystic, Conn., assignor to Sonoca Prod- 
ucts (Company, Hartsville, S. C. Tube for nonrenew- 
able fuses. ,2,059,507 ; Nov. 3. 

Blanchet, Paul, and G. Tillle, Paris, assignor to Soci6t6 
Anonyme ; F. A. C. A., Neiully, France. Machine for 
making finishing welts. 2,028,494 ; Jan. 21. 

Blanchette, Eli, Dayville, Conn. Stringed musical in- 
strument. 2.048.592 : July 21. 

Blanchette, Eli, Dayville, Klllingly, Conn. Stringed in- 
strument. 2,064^16; Dec. 15. 

Blanchette, Emma B. (See Wayne, Thomas E., assignor.) 

Blandon Manufacturing Company, The. (See Myers, Don 
D., assignor.) 

Blaner, John^ Sharon, Pa. Spring winding tool. 2,052,443 ; 
Aug. 25. 

Blank, John B., and G. S. Adams, Jackson, Mich., as- 
signors to Ryerson & Haynes Inc. Method and apparatus 
for rolling back bands for tire covers. 2,043,792 ; 
June 9. 

Blankenbuehler, John H., Edgewood, assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company, East 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Dynamo-electric machine. 2,057,471 ; 
Oct. 13. 

Blankenbuehler, John H., Swissvale, and A. C. Hunk- 
eler, Wilklnsburg, Pa., assignors to Westinghouse Elec- 
tric and Manufacturing Company. Welding apparatus. 
2,060,489 ; Nov. 10. 

Blase, Harry H., Wilkes-Barre, Pa. Spectacles. 2,043,730 ; 
June 9. 

Blaser, Rudolf, Bremen, Germany. Belt for supporting 
wearing apparel. 2,035,257 ; Mar. 24. 

Blashlll, Arthur E., WIthington, Manchester, England. 
Wire feeding mechanism. 2,053,260 ; Sept. 8. 

Biasing, Erich. (See Matuschke, W., and BUising.) 

Blatch, Francis H. (See Menzles, W. C, and Blatch.) 

Blath, William H., Beechhurst, N. Y. Pad for invalids. 
2,056,767 ; Oct. 6. 

Blatterman, Albert S., Asbury Park, N. J. System for 
remotely controlling a radio receiver. 2,031,555 ; Feb. 
18. 

Blattner, David G., Mountain Lakes, N. J., assignor to 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, 
N. Y. Acoustic device. 2,058,208 ; Oct. 20. 

Blattner, Emil H., Rochester, assignor to The Gould 
Coupler Company, New York, N. Y. Cushioning mech- 
anism. 2,053,940 ; Sept. 8. 

Blattner, Robert P., assignor to Eastman Kodak Company, 
Rochester. N. Y. Camera shutter. 2,053,513 ; Sept. 8. 

Blau, Ernest E., Queens Village, N. Y. Game apparatus. 
2,053,598 ; Sept. 8. 

Blau, Harry, Brooklyn, N. Y. One-piece egg carton. 
2,063.720 ; Dec. 8. 

Blau, Henry H.. Charlerol, Pa., and H. N. Baumann, Jr., 
assignors to The Carborundum Company, Niagara Falls, 
N. Y. Furnace lining and material therefor. 2,043,029 ; 
June 2. 

Blau, Ludwig W., Houston, Tex., assignor to Standard 
Oil Development Company. Seismic prospecting. 
2,055,476 : Sept. 29. 

Blau, Ludwig W., Houston, Tex., assignor to Standard Oil 
Development Company. Electrical circuits for seismic 
prospecting. 2,055,477; Sept. 29. 

Blau, Ludwig W., Houston, Tex., assignor to Standard Oil 
Development Company. Tamping for explosives. 
2.055,618; Sept. 29. 

Blau, Ludwiar W.. Houston, Tex . assignor to Standard Oil 
Development Company. Reflection shooting procedure 
for the accurate determination of dip. 2,058,764 : 
Oct. 27. 

Blau, Ludwig W., and R. W. Gemmer, Houston, Tex., 
assignors to Standard Oil Development Company. 
Method and apparatus for logging a well. 2,037,306 ; 
Apr. 14. 

Blau, Ludwig W., and L. Statham, Houston, Tex., as- 
signors to Standard Oil Development Company. Method 
and apparatus for seismic prospecting. 2,046,104 ; June 
30. 

Blau, Ludwig W., and L. Statham, Houston, Tex., as- 
signors to Standard Oil Development Company. 
Method and apparatus for seismic-electric prospecting. 
2,054,067; Sept. 15. 

Blau, Ludwig W., and J. S. Watt. Houston, Tex., as- 
signors to Standard Oil Development Company. Re- 
generative filter. 2,055,619 ; Sept. 29. 

Blaufuss, George. Napa, Calif. Semlcontinuous self clean- 
ing filter. 2,038,921 ; Apr. 28. 

Blauvelt, Fred K. (See Holiday, B. W.. and Blauvelt.) 

Blaw-Knox Company. (See Chandler, Willard P., Jr., as- 
signor.) 



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Blaw-Knox Company. (See Harrington, Edward LeR., as- 
signor.) 

Blaw-Knox Company. (SeeMcCrery, Harold E., assignor.) 

Blaw-Knox Company. (See Venable, William M., as- 
signor.) 

Blaylock, Raymond C, Kenmore, N. Y., assignor to Curtiss 
Aeroplane & Motor Company, Inc. Control mechanism. 
2 05G 999 * Oct 13 

Blazek, John ¥., Maple Heights, and R. G. Anderson, Cleve- 
land, assignors to Lempco Products Inc., Bedford, Ohio. 
Length adjusting means for plungers and the like. 
2,050.481 ; Aus. 11. 

Blazek, John Y., Maple Heights, and R. G. Anderson, Cleve- 
land, assignors to Lempco Products, Inc., Bedford, 
Ohio. Surface finishing machine. 2,056,706 ; Oct. 6. 

Blazek, John Y., Maple Heights, and R. G. Anderson, Cleve- 
land, a.ssignors to Lempco Products, Inc., Bedford, 
Ohio. Turning attachment. 2,056,707 ; Oct. 6. 

Blazek, John Y., Maple Heights, and R. G. Anderson, 
Cleveland, assignors to Lempco Products, Inc., Bedford, 
Ohio. Clamping means. 2,062,494 ; Dec. 1. 

Bleasdale, Albeit. (See Connor. K. VV.. and lileasdale.) 

Blech, Waldemar, assignor to Thurlow G. Gregory, Cleve- 
land, Ohio. Detergent composition. 2,056,916 ; Oct. 6. 

Blech, Waldemar, Cleveland, Ohio, assignor to Thurlow G. 
Gregory. Detergent composition. 2,064,725 ; Dec. 15. 

Blacker, Herbert E., New York, N. Y. Fishing apparatus. 
2,064,408 ; Dec. 15. 

Bleecker, George W., trustees, et al. (See Martin, Lau- 
rence C.) 

Bleecker, Warren F., Tulsa, Okla., assignor to W. J. 
Cheley, Longmont, Colo. Method of and apparatus for 
proportioning fluid mixtures. 2,057,226 ; Oct. 13. 

Bleecker, William H., Jr., Mount Lebanon, Pa., assignor, 
by mesne assignments, to American Chain Company, 
Inc. Display sign. 2,029,908 ; Feb. 4. 

Bleibler, Ernest, Ghent, Belgium, assignor to Sylvania 
Industrial Corporation, Fredricksburg, Va. Scraper for 
bands with a sensitive surface. 2,050,519 ; Aug. 11. 

Bleibler, Ernst, Gent, Belgium. Apparatus for coating 
fibers. 2,062.389; Dec. 1. 

Blemer (S. A. R. L.) (See Volet, Ren4 A. L., assignor.) 

Blenner, Victor G., et al. (See Kundel, William, assignor.) 

Blessing, William J., Buffalo, assignor to Worthington 
Pump and Machinery Corporation, New York, N. Y. 
Critical speed control apparatus. 2,052,162; Aug. 25. 

Bletz, Edward, Lexington, Ohio, assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. Remote control thermostat. 2,044,147 ; 
June 16. 

Bletz, Edward, Lexington, Ohio, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Temperature control system. 2,046,718 ; July 7. 

Blevins, Albert C, assignor to Nu-Deal Handle Co., Dallas, 
Tex. Bottle holder. 2.029,051 ; Jan. 28. 

Blew, Michael J. (See Allen, J. E., Blew, and Wood.) 

Blewett, John, assignor to The Murray Company, Dallas, 
Tex. Machine for cleaning seed cotton and for ex- 
tracting the seed cotton from burrs and hulls. 
2,031.587 ; Feb. 25. 

Bley, Fred, assignor of one-half to M. Hoerer, Chicago, 
111. Abrasive saw. 2,032,385 ; Mar. 3. 

Bley, Rudolph S., Elizabethton, Tenn., assignor to North 
American Rayon Corporation, New York, N. Y. Pro- 
ducing disilane-rayon. 2,030,736 ; Feb. 11. 

Bley, Rudolph S., Elizabethton, Tenn., assignor to North 
American Rayon Corporation, New York, N. Y. Cellu- 
losic spinning solutions containing aromatic silicon 
derivatives. 2.030,737; Feb. 11. 

Bley, Rudolph S., Elizabethton, Tenn., assignor to North 
American Rayon Corporation; New York, N. Y. Cellu- 
losic spinning solutions containing aliphatic silicon com- 
pounds. 2,030,738; Feb. 11. 

Bley. Rudolph S., Elizabethton, Tenn., assignor to North 
American Ravon Corporation, New York, N. Y. Pro- 
ducing silioon-rayon. 2,030,739 ; Feb. 11. 

Bley, Rudolph S., Elizabethton, Tenn., assignor to North 
American Rayon Corporation, New York, N. Y. Soft- 
luster rayon. 2,030.740 : Feb. 11. 

Bley, Rudolph S., Elizabethton, Tenn., assignor to North 
American Rayon Corporation, New York. N. Y. Pro- 
ducing rubber articles. 2,054,780 ; Sept. 15. 

Bley, Rudolph S.. Elizabethton, Tenn., assignor to The 
Porcelain Enamel and Manufacturing Company of Balti- 
more, Baltimore, Md. Vitreous enamel dispersions. 
2,058,209 ; Oct. 20. 

Bley. Rudolph S., Elizabethton, Tenn., assignor to North 
American Rayon Corporation, New York, N. Y. Pro- 
ducing alloprene-rayon and products thereof. 2,060,786 ; 
Nov. 17. 

Bley. Rudolph S., Elizabethton, Tenn., assignor to North 
American Rayon Corporation, New York, N. Y. Viscose 
and cuprammonium cellulose spinning solutions and 
products thereof. 2,060,787 ; Nov. 17. 

Bleyenheuft, Charles, assignor to Compagnie Internationale 
des Cuirs Comprimes Attila C. I. C. C. A. Societe 
Anonyme, Brussels, Belgium. Manufacturing reconsti- 
tuted compressed leather and product obtained thereby. 
2,040,511 ; May 12. 

Blickman, Saul. New York, N. Y. Apparatus for use in 
welding partitions. 2,047,190 ; July 14. 

Bliss. Albert, Providence, R. I., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to C. Manshel, Newark, N. J. Fuel oil 
burner. 2,027.717 ; Jan. 14. 

Bliss, B. W., Company. (See Mueller, Otto, assignor.) 



Bliss, Elmer J., Boston, assignor to Regal Shoe Company, 
Whitman, Mass. Shoe measuring device. 2,043,649 ; 
June 9 

Bliss, Frank E., South Omaha, Nebr. Gun-sighting de- 
vice. 2,032,648 ; Mar. 8. 

Bliss, I-Tarold N., assignor to Bliss-Morse Research Cor- 
poration, Ithica, N. Y. Variable coil. 2,037,061 ; Apr. 
14. 

Bliss, Harvey N., Hartford, Conn., assignor to Veeder- 
Root, Incorporated. Counting mechanism. 2,044,200 ; 
June 16. 

Bliss, Harvey N., Hartford, Conn., assignor to Veeder- 
Root, Incorporated. Key stroke counter. 2,044,201 ; 
June 16. 

Bliss, Harvey N., Hartford, Conn., assignor to Veeder- 
Root, Incorporated. Key stroke counting mechanism. 
2,044,202 ; June 16. 

Bliss, Louis V., Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Bearing pull- 
ing toul. 2,031,998 ; Feb. 25. 

Bliss, Lyman A., assignor to The Linde Air Products Com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. Liquid trapping device. 
2,029,852 ; Feb. 4. 

Bliss-Morse Research Corporation. (See Bliss, Harold 
N., assignor.) 

Bliss, Sherwood C. (See Roehm, J. G., and Bliss.) 

Bliss, Sherwood C, Kenmore, and C. F. Lautz, assignors 
to Houde Engineering Corporation, Buffalo, N. Y. Hy- 
draulic shock absorber. 2,038,533 ; Apr. 28. 

Blissenbach, Jacob A. (See Montgomery, Hanna T., as- 
signor.) 

"Blitz-Filter" G. m. b. H. (See Voigt, Ottomar, assignor.) 

Blizard, John, Garden City, assignor to Foster Wheeler 

Corporation, New York, N. Y. Armor block for water 

walls and the like. 2,028.142 ; Jan. 21. 

Bloch, Richard, Pelham Manor, N. Y. Stocking. 

2,053,761 ; Sept. 8. 
Bloch, Saul et al. (See Lotts, Delhert L., assignor.) 
Blocher, Ora G. (See Stout, W. B., Wright, and Blocher.) 
Block, Abraham J., San Francisco, Calif. Discharge con- 
trolling device for storage batteries. 2,051,514 ; Aug. 18. 
Block, Alexander, New York, N. Y. Combination of 

typographic machines. 2,055,463 ; Sept. 29. 
Block, Alexander E., St. Louis, Mo. Arch supporting ap- 
paratus. 2.057,510 ; Oct. 13. 
Block, David J., Winnetka, 111. Stripper. 2,046,317; 
July 7. 

Block, David J., Winnetka, 111. Aluminum-coated piston. 
2,063,904; Dec. 15. 

Block, Harold C. (See Layne, L. A., and Block.) 

Block, Louis, and M. Metzlger, assignors to Bloekson 
Chemical Co., Joliet, 111. Purifying treatment for 
alkali metal phosphate solutions. 2,053,319 ; Sept. 8. 

Block, Samuel J., assignor to Steel Kitchens Corporation, 
ConnersvlUe, Ind. Making sheet metal construction. 
2,062,287 ; Dec. 1. 

Bloekson Chemical Co. (See Block, L., and Metzlger, as- 
signor.) 

Blodgett, Albert G., assignor to Riley Stoker Corporation, 
Worcester, Mass. Steam boiler with economizers. 
2,065,559 : Dec. 29. 

Blodgett, Edwin O., assignor to General Railway Signal 
Company, Rochester, N. Y. Centralized traflSc control- 
ling system for railroads. 2,042,450 ; June 2. 

Bloedorn, Clyde H., New Orleans, La., assignor to Con- 
tinental Can Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. Treating 
oysters preparatory to canning the same. 2,051,676 ; 
Aug. 18. 

Blok, Lourens. (See Uyterhoeven, W., Druyvesteyn, Ver- 
burg, and Blok.) 

Blok, Lourens, Eindhoven, Netherlands, assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Gaseous electric discharge lamp 
device. 2.030,426 ; Feb. 11. 

Blomberg, Martin P. (See Adams, B. E., and Blomberg.) 

Blomberg, Martin P. (See Mussey, W. H., and Blomberg.) 

Blomberg, Martin P., assignor to Pullman-Standard Car 
Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. Side siU. 
2,035.113; Mar. 24. 

Blomberg, Martin P., assignor to Pullman-Standard Car 
Manufacturing Company, Chicago, III. Conduit con- 
nection between car bodies. 2,042,765 ; June 2. 

Blomberg, Martin P., assignor to Pullman-Standard Car 
Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. Engine bed for 
railway cars. 2,056,229 ; Oct. 6. 

Blomberg, Martin P., assignor to Pullman-Standard Car 
Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. Seat sill. 
2,056.230 : Oct. 6. 

Blomberg, Martin P., assignor to Pullman-Standard Car 
Manufacturins Company. Chicago, 111. End post for rail- 
way cars. 2.056.2.32 ; Oct. 6. 

Blomberg, Martin P., and M. E. Shaver, assignors to Pull- 
man-Standard Car Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 
111. Railway car brake. 2.037,755 : Apr. 21. 

Blome. August B., Mount Vernon, assignor to The Super- 
heater Company, New York, N. Y. Firebox superheater. 
2.032,396; Mar. 3. 

Blome. August B., Mount Vernon, assignor to The Super- 
heater Company. New York. N. Y. Unitary steam separa- 
tor and throttle. 2.057.667; Oct. 20. 

Blomer, Alfred. (See Becker, W., Orthner, and BlSmer.) 

Blomfield, Alfred L.. Kirkland Lake, Ontario, Canada. 
Treating gold and like bearing ores. 2.051,285 ; Aug. 18. 

Blomfield Engineering Company. (See Durant, H. T., and 
Stubbings, assignors.) 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



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Blomgren, Henry B., Central Park, assignor of one-fourth 
to W. D. McGurn, Rockvllle Centre, N. Y. Internal 
combustion engine. 2,041,319 ; May 19. 

Blomquist, Ernest J.. Slscoe, Quebec, Canada. Spring tool. 
2,055,001 ; Sept. 22. 

Blomquist, Johau V., assignor to Aktiebolaget Atmos, 
Stockholm, Sweden. Steam generating plant. 2,056,598 ; 
Oct. 6. 

Blondeau, Emile L., Houston, Tex. Lawn edger. 
2,043,148; June 2. 

Blood, ilarold L., assignor to The Heald Machine Com- 
pany, Worcester, Mass. Size controlling mechanism 
for boring machines and the like. 2,041,898; May 26. 

Blood, Harold L., assignor to The Heald Machine Com- 
pany, Worcester, Mass. Size determining mechanism 
for automatic machines. 2.050,261 ; Aug. 11. 

Blood. Harold L., assignor to The Heald Machine Company, 
Worcester, Mass. Grinding machine. 2,056,340 ; Oct. 6. 

Blood, Harold L., Birmingham, Mich., assignor to The 
Heald Machine Company, Worcester, Mass. Grinding 
machine and method. 2,047,055 ; July 7. 

Blood, Harold L., and A. P. Burns, assignors to The Heald 
Machine Company, Worcester, Mass. Grinding ma- 
chine. 2,027.627 ; Jan. 14. 

Blood, Harold L., Birmingham, Mich., and W. H. Pickener, 
assignors to The Heald Machine Company, Worcester, 
Mass. Grinding machine. 2,050,482 ; Aug. 11. 

Blood, Louis H., assignor to The Cincinnati Milling Ma- 
chine Co., Cincinnati, Ohio. Machine tool. 2,042,247 ; 
May 26. 

Bloom, Isaac H., Pittsburgh, Pa. Direct by mail adver- 
tising device. 2,035,218 ; Mar. 24. 

Bloom, Nathan P. Louisville, Ky. Carpet sweeper hous- 
ing and handle. 2,057,181 ; Oct. 13. 

Bloom, Otto I. (See Friedman, S. I. S., and Bloom.) 

Bloom, Otto I. (See Ish-Shalom, S., and Bloom.) 

Bloom, Philip S., Chicago, 111. Undergarment. 2,064,409 ; 
Dec. 15. 

Bloomberg, Edward L., Cleveland Heights, Ohio. Vapor 
supplying device for motors. 2.048.175 : .Tnly 21. 

Bloomenthal, Sidney, Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to 
Radio Corporation of America. Piezoelectric element. 
2,047,252 ; July 14. 

Bloomer Bros. Company. (See Inman, William H., as- 
signor.) 

Bloomer Bros. Company. (See Klefeker, Charles B., as- 
signor.) 

Bloss, Richard R., Columbus, Ohio, assignor to Interna- 
tional-Stacey Corporation, Columbus, Ohio. Crank coun- 
terbalance. 2,030,046 ; Feb. 11. 

Bloss, Richard R., assignor to International Stacey Cor- 
poration, Columbus, Ohio. Back side crank. 2,035,525 ; 
Mar. 31. 

Bloss, Richard R., assignor to International-Stacey Cor- 
poration, Columbus, Ohio. Walking beam for well 
pumping and drilling mechanism. 2,042,294 ; May 26. 

Blosser, Herman G. (See Nicholson, F. H., and Blosser.) 

Blosser, Herman G., Pittsburgh, assignor to The Union 
Switch & Signal Company, Swissvale, Pa. Electrical 
relay. 2,057.605 ; Oct. 13. 

Blosser, John B., Glens Falls, and P. Burke, South Glens 
Falls, assignors to Veldown Company, Inc., New York, 
N. Y. Tab end folding mechanism. 2.037,561 ; Apr. 14. 

Blosser, John E., Glens Falls, and P. Burke, South Glens 
Falls, N. Y., assignors to Veldown Company, Inc. Meth- 
od and apparatus for packaging rolls. 2,049,759 ; 
Aug. 4. 

Blott, John F. T. (See Gabriel, L. G., Blott, Peard, 

Firmin, Meunier, and van der Minne.) 
Blount, Alvin H., Los Angeles, assignor to Jell-Well 

Dessert Company, Ltd., Vernon, Calif. Food and food 

packaging. 2,042,581 ; June 2. 
Blount, Arthur L., Palos Verdes Estates, assignor to 

Union Oil Company of California, Los Angeles, CaUf. 

Castor machine oils. 2,031,405 ; Feb. 18. 
Blount, Eugene B. A., Athens, Ga. Polishing wheel. 

2.039.578 ; May 5. 
Blount, Prank B., Montclair, N. J., assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 

Protective system. 2,046,719 ; July 7. 
Blount, Frank E., Verona, N. J., assignor to Bell Telephone 

Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Remote 

control circuit. 2.052.273; Aug. 25. 
Blount. Nelson. Maplewood, N. J., assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 

Acoustic device. 2.039.625 ; May 5. 
Blow, George, New York, N. Y. Drilling wells. 

2.043.504 : June 9. 
Bloxom, Obed A. (See Baruch, H. N., Amory, and Bloxom.) 
Bloxsom. Allan P., Houston. Tex. Combination stereo- 
scopic motion picture projector and screen. 2,050,826 ; 

Aug. 11. 
Blue, Arthur A., Sewickley, Pa. Valve. 2,040,727; May 

12. 
Blue, Concetta L. (See Carlson, Axel S., assignor.) 
Blue, Ralph, assignor to Johnson Motor Company, Wau- 

kPsan. 111. Eniine control. 2.058,401 : Oct. 27. 
Bluehdorn, William E.. Hartford, Conn., and F. K. 

Howard. East Falls Church. Va. Trigger mechanism 

for machine guns. 2,063,905 ; Dec. 15. 
Bluemel, Gustave, Chicago, 111. Air heater. 2,044,715 ; 

June 16. 
Blue Moon Cheese Products, Inc. (See Spear, Lambert 

E., assignor.) 



Blue Rock Chemical Corporation of Virginia. (Soe 
Bailey, Charles W., assignor.) 

Blum, Charles G., Cincinnati, Ohio. Door closing device. 
2,046,892; July 7. 

Bliun, Gustav K., York, assignor to The McKay Company, 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Buckle device. 2,065,638 ; Dec. 29. 

Blum, Hermann, assignor, by mesne assignments, to Dort- 
mund-Hoerder, Huttenverein AktienKtsellschaft, Dort- 
mund, Germany. Dolphin. 2,058,402 ; Oct. 27. 

Blum, Hosmer L., Burlingame, Calif. Device for extracting 
juice from fruit. 2,057,227 ; Oct. 13. 

Blum, Izchak, Paris, assignor to Society Comptoir d'Ap- 
pareils Textiles, SociSte a. Responsabilit6 Limitge, Ried- 
isheim. near Mulhouse (Haut-Rhin), France. Stop 
motions of textile apparatus. 2,039,209 ; Apr. 28. 

Blum, Karl. (See Schneider, E., and Blum.) 

Blumberg, Harry S., assignor to M. W. Kellogg Company, 
New York, N. Y. Heat treating welded containers. 
2,029,807 : Feb. 4. 

Blume. Albert F., New York, N. Y. Radio system. 
2,061,416; Nov. 17. 

Blume, George F., Philadelphia, Pa. Roll for clothes 
wringers. 2,029,459 ; Feb. 4. 

Blume, Louis F., Pittsfield, Mass., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Protection of electric circuits. 
2,030,679 ; Feb. 11. 

Blume, Margaret C. (See Hanke, Milton T., assignor.) 

Blumenfeld, Joseph, Paris, France, and M. Mayer, Karls- 
bad, Czechoslovakia, assignors to Krebs Pigment & Color 
Corporation, Newark, N. J. Preparation of titanium 
pigments. 2,026,862; Jan. 7. 

Blumeukranz, Nathaniel M. H., and T. Finizie, Peekskill, 
N. Y. Slicing device for vegetables and the like. 
2,058,765 ; Oct. 27. 

Blumenkranz, Nathaniel M. H., and T. Finizie, Peekskill, 
N. Y. Gang blade slicing apparatus. 2,058,766; 
Oct. 27. 

Blumenstock, Louis, Brooklyn, N. Y. Shirt envelope. 

2.039.383 ; May 5. 

Blumenstock, Louis, Brooklyn, N. Y. Shirt envelope. 

2.039.384 : May 5. 

Blumental. Benjamin, Youngstown, Ohio. Display stand. 
2.029,407 ; Feb. 4. 

Blumenthal, Andr6, Norwalk, and B. S. Jacobsen, Shelton, 
Conn., assignors to Sidney Blumenthal & Co. Inc., New 
York, N. Y. Pile fabric and producing the same. 
2,059,948 ; Oct. 27. 

Blumenthal, I. D., et al. (See Stroud, William A., as- 
signor.) 

Blumenthal, Samuel J., Brooklyn, N. Y. Surgical instru- 
ment. 2.041.521 ; Mav 19. 

Blumenthal, Sidney, & Co. (See Blumenthal, A., and 
Jacolisen, assi^'nors.) 

Blumenthal, Sidney, & Co. (See Ferguson, D., and Schell, 
assignors.) 

Blumenthal Sidney, & Co. (See Holland, Arthur G., as- 
signor.) 

Blumlein, Alan D., Ealing, London, assignor to Electric 
and Musical Industries Limited, Hayes, Middlesex, 
England. Supply of electrical energy to varying loads, 
for example, to thermionic valve apparatus. 2,035,457 ; 
Mar. 31. 

Blumlein, Alan D., West Ealing, London, assignor to 
Electric & Musical Industries Limited, Hayes, England. 
Sound-transmission, sound-recording, and sound-repro- 
ducing system. 2,062,275 ; Nov. 24. 

Blumlein, Alan D., Ealing, London, assignor to Electric 
and Musical Industries Limited, Hayes, Middlesex, 
England. Sweep circuit. 2,063,025 ; Dec. 8. 

Blunt, Carleton, et al. (See Cunningham, Alexander, as- 
signor.) 

Blunt, Edmund H., Brooklyn, N. Y. Pump construction. 
2,031.456; Feb. 18. 

Blunt, James G., Schenectady, assignor to American Loco- 
motive Company, New York, N. Y. Rod and supporting 
means therefor. 2,033,109 ; Mar. 10. 

Blunt, James G., Schenectady, assignor to American Loco- 
motive Company, New York, N. Y. Railway vehicle and 
lateral motion resistance device therefor. 2,047,666 ; 
July 14. 

Bly, Edwin P., assignor to International Bitumen Emul- 
sions Corporation, San Francisco, Calif. Treatins 
coated pipe. 2,061,825 ; Not. 24. 

Bly, Ernest W. - - — - 

roasting maci 

Blydenburgh, Harold L. (See George, B. S., and Blyden- 
burgh.) 

Boadwee, "Russell K., Yonkers, and W. P. Seem, Richmond 
Hill, assignors to Julius Kayser & Co., New York, N. Y. 
Fabric inspecting apparatus. 2.059,307 ; Nov. 3. 

Boadwee, Russell K., Yonkers, and W. P. Seem, Richmond 
Hill, assignors to Julius Kayser & Co.. New York, N. Y. 
Apparatus for Inspecting fabric. 2.059,308 ; Nov. 3. 

Boaler, William H., Spondon, near Derby, England, as- 
signor to Celanese Corporation of America. Produc- 
tion of knitted fabrics. 2,060,020 ; Nov. 10. 

Boals. John W. (See Dehn, W. M., and Boals.) 

Boardman, Edward M. (See Curtis, A. M., and Board- 
man.) 

Board of Regents of University of Minnesota. (See Diehl, 
Harold S.. assignor.) 

Board of Trustees of The University of Illinois. (See 
Grant, Francis R., assignor.) 

Board of Trustees of the University of Illinois. (See 
Johnstone, Henry P., assignor.) 



, Ernest W. and'H. H. Lu'tzy,' Cleveland, Ohio. Nut 
oasting machine. 2,027,146 ; Jan. 7. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1936 



Boatner Howell, Springfield, Mo. Articulator. 2,037,003 ; 
Apr. 14. 

Boax, John J., McKeesport, and J. A. Miller, Brentwood, 
Pa., assignors to National Tube Company. Coating 
apparatus. 2,050,086 ; Aug. 4. 

Bob, H. D., Company. (See Ransom, John B., assignor.) 

Bobb, Lloyd J., assignor to Philco Kadio and Television 
Corporation, Philadelphia, Pa. Sound repioducing ap- 
paratus. 2,059,929 ; Nov. 3. 

Bobe, Stanley A. (See Frank, L. C, and Bobe.) 

Bobis, Stephen, assignor to Bell Telephone Laboratories, 
Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Wave transmission net- 
work. 2,043,345 ; June 9. 

Bobis, Stephen, assignor to Bell Telephone Laboratories, 
Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Wave transmission net- 
work. 2,044,047 ; June 16. 

Bobrick, Arthur L., San Marino, Calif. Liquid soap con- 
verter. 2,032,524; Mar. 3. 

Bobroff, Bornett L., Racine, Wis. Switch construction for 
automotive vehicles. 2,057,000 ; Oct. 13. 

Bocca, Carlo, Vigevano, Italy. Superposing partial images 
of polychromatic selection and projecting them to obtain 
an image in natural colors. 2.050,417 ; Aug. 11. 

Bocca, Carlo, and L. Amati, Padova, Italy. Obtaining 
slightly relieved photographic images. 2,063,302 ; Dec. 
22. 

Boch, Oscar A., Brooklyn, assignor of one-half to W. V. 
Hagendorn, Kew Gardens, N. Y. Location finder. 
2,063,906 ; Dec. 15. 

Bochenek, Joseph, Milwaukee, Wis. Ash sifter. 2,034,426 ; 
Mar. 17. 

Bochmann, Otto, Remscheid-Lennep, Germany, assignor to 
North American Rayon Corporation. Device for spin- 
ning and further treatment of artificial silk. 2,043,921 ; 
June 9. 

Bochmann, Otto, and T. Vollenbroich, Remscheid-Lennep, 
assignors to Barmer Mascbinenfabrik, Aktiengesell- 
schaft, Wuppertal-Oberbarmen, Germany. Gear pump 
for artificial silk spinning machines. 2,041,454; May 
19. 

Bochmann, Otto, and T. Vollenbroich, Remscheid-Lennep, 
assignors to Barmer Mascbinenfabrik, Aktiengesell- 
scbaft, Wuppertal-Oberbarmen, Germany. Gear pump 
for artificial silk spinning machines. 2,049,797 ; Aug. 4. 

Bocjl Corporation. (See Miller, James R., assignor.) 

Bocjl Corporation. (See WilkofC, Arthur E., assignor.) 

Bock, Fred P. (See Hallnka, George, assignor.) 

Bock, Louis H. (See Powers. D. H., and Bock.) 

Bock, Oscar L., Madison, Wis. Burner construction. 
2,038.522 ; Apr. 28. 

Bock, Oscar L., Madison, Wis. Burner. 2,065,264 ; Dec. 
22. 

Bocli, Oscar L., Madison, Wis. Oil burner. 2,065,265 ; 
Dec. 22. 

Bockius, Robert W., United States Navy. Navigational 
instrument. 2,027.368; Jan. 14. 

Bockmtihl, Max. (See Hagedorn, M., Bockmiihl, and 
Gorr.) 

Bockmiihl, Max, and G. Ehrhart, Frankfort-on-the-Main, 
Germany, assignors to Winthrop Chemical Company, 
Inc., New York, N. Y. Salts of tetrahydro-N-methyl 
nicotinic acid-methylester with amino-substituted arson- 
ic acids. 2.0.37,112 ; Apr. 14. 

Bockmiihl, Max, Frankfort-on-the-Main, and A. Fehrle, 
Bad Soden-on-the-Taunus, Germany, assignors to Win- 
throp Chemical Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. Salts 
of organic arsonic acids with acridine compounds. 
2,040,070 ; May 12. 

Bockmiihl, Max and L. Stein, Frankfort-on-the-Main, Ger- 
many, assignors to Winthrop Chemical Company, Inc., 
New York, N. Y. Aqueous solutions of addition com- 
pounds of alkylacridinium salts with heavy metal salts 
and n process of preparing them. 2,043,650 ; June 9. 

Bockmiihl. Max, and W. Persch, Frankfort-on-the-Main, 
and E. Bartholomaus, Wiesbaden-Biebrich, Germany, as- 
signors to Winthrop Chemical Company Inc., New York, 
N. Y. New therapeutically active urea- and thiourea- 
derivatives. 2,050,557 ; Aug. 11. 

Bockmiihl. Max, and F. Lindner, Frankfort-on-the-Main, 
and Otto Schaumann, Wiesbaden, Germany, assignors to 
Winthrop Chemical Company Inc., New York, N. Y. 
Stable hormone dry preparations in a solid condition 
and preparing them. 2,050,558 ; Aug. 11. 

Bockmiihl. Max, Frankfort-on-the-Main, O. Schaumann, 
Wiesbaden, and G. Ehrhart and L. Stein, Frankfort-on- 
the-Main, Germany, assignors to Winthrop Chemical 
Company Inc., New York, N. Y. Anesthetic combina- 
tions containing, besides a local anesthetic agent, a 
vasoconstricting agent. 2,055,064 ; Sept. 22. 

Bockmtihl, Max, W. Persch, and G. Ehrhart, Frankfort-on- 
the-Main-Hochst, Germany, assignors to Winthrop 
Chemical Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. Organic bis- 
muth compounds of hydroaromatic endomethylene 
benzoic acids. 2,058.403 ; Oct. 27. 

Bockmtihl, Max. Frankfort-on-the-Main, E. Simons, Hof- 
heim-on-the-Taunus, and E. Dorzbach, Frankfort-on- 
the-Main, Germany, assignors to Winthrop Chemical 
Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. Albuminous solutions 
which do not form flakes. 2,060,021 ; Nov. 10. 

Bockmtihl, Max, G. Ehrhart, and L. Stein, Frankfort- 
on-the-Main, Germany, assignors to Winthrop Chemical 
Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. Preparing racemic 
compounds of the l-hydroxyphenyl-2-aminopropan-l-ol 
series. 2,061,136 ; Nov. 17. 



Bockmtihl, Max, and W. Ludwig, Frankfort-on-the-Maln, 
Germany, assignors to Winthrop Chemical Company, 
Inc., New York, N. Y. Aqueous solution of anesthetic 
substances. 2,061,544 ; Nov. 24. 

Bockmtihl, Max, Frankfort-on-the-Main, and O. Schau- 
mann, Wiesbaden, and G. Ehrhart and L. Stein, Frank- 
fort-on-the-Main, Germany, assignors to Winthrop 
Chemical Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. Anesthetic 
combinations containing, besides a local anesthetic 
agent, a vaso constricting agent. 2,061,557 ; Nov. 24. 

Bockmtihl, Max, and L. Stein, Frankfort-on-the-Main, 
Germany, assignors to Winthrop Chemical Company, 
Inc., New York, N. Y. Salts of acridinium bases aud 
preparing them. 2,063,865 ; Dec. 8. 

Bockting, Benjamin B. (See Brandt, F. H. G., and 
Bockting.) 

Boddinghouse, Emmons R., assignor to Gas Tool Patents 
Corporation, Chicago, 111. Power hammer. 2,061,345 ; 
Nov. 17. 

Boddy, Edwin H., and E. W. Vars, Erie, Pa., assignor to 
General Electric Company. Wire feeding device. 
2,046,997 ; July 7. 

Bode, Frank, New York, N. Y. Clothes drier. 2,061,499 ; 
Nov. 17. 

Bode, Hendrik W., assignor to Bell Telephone Laboratories, 
Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Wave transmission net- 
work. 2,029.014; Jan. 28. 

Bode, Hendrik W., assignor to Bell Telephone Laboratories, 
Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Wave transmission net- 
work. 2,029,698 ; Feb. 4. 

Bode, Hendrik W., assignor to Bell Telephone Laboratories, 
Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Wave filter. 2,035,258 ; 
Mar. 24. 

Bode, Hendrik W., assignor to Bell Telephone Laboratories, 
Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Wave transmis.<fion net- 
works. 2,058.210 : Oct. 20. 

Bodee, George P., Chicago, 111. Violin support member. 
2,056,819 ; Oct. 6. 

Bodell, Henry R., New York, N. Y., assignor to Celanese 
Corporation of America. Velvet and pile fabric and 
making same. 2,059,309 ; Nov. 3. 

Boden, Ernest G., assignor to The Timken Roller Bear- 
ing Company, Canton, Ohio. Shaft bearing. 2,037,206 ; 
Apr. 14. 

Boden, Ernest G., assignor to The Timken Roller Bearing 
Company, Canton, Ohio. Automotive driving axle. 
2,037,961 ; Apr. 21. 

Boden, George, assignor to Scovill Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Waterbury, Conn. Dispensing device. 2,043,651 ; 
June 9. 

Boden, George, assignor to Scovill Manufacturing Company, 
Waterbury, Conn. Dispensing device. 2,056,560 ; 
Oct. 6. 

Boden, Samuel H., Turtle Creek, and S. T. Schofleld, 
Wilkinsburg, assignors to Westinghouse Electric & 
Manufacturing Company, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Oil 
circuit breaker contact. 2,039,054 : Apr. 28. 

Bodendieck, Henry W., assignor to Tips Tool Company, 
Inc., Taylorville, 111. Grounding set. 2,031,921 ; Feb. 
25. 

Bodenweiser, Aaron, assignor to Rotary Brush Company, 
Chicago, 111. Advertising display device. 2,030,680 ; 
Feb. 11. 

Bodine Electric Company. (See Rail, Carl A., assignor.) 

Bodlne, Walton M., Kansas City, Mo. Article display and 
conveying equipment. 2,030,741 ; Feb. 11. 

Bodinson, Anna B. (See Barrymore, Orson C, assignor.) 

Bodle, Virgil H., Newton, assignor to Hood Rubber Com- 
pany, Inc., Watertown, Mass. Method and apparatus 
for forming rubber articles. 2.037,113 ; Apr. 14. 

Bodmer, Albert, Wattwll, Switzerland, assignor by mesne 
assignments, to Para Fabrics Corporations, New York, 
N. Y. Producing textiles. 2,040,784 ; May 12. 

Bodor, Andrew. (See Koch, L. B., and Bodor.) 

Bodor, Andrew, Newark, N. J., assignor to L. B. Koch, 
New York, N. Y. Paper cap for bottles. 2,034,739 ; 
Mar. 24. 

Bodor, Andrew, Newark, N. J., assignor to L. B. Koch, 
New York, N. Y. Nonrefillable bottle. 2,064,189 ; Dec. 
15. 

Boe, Helmer J., Maplewood, N. J., assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated, New York. N. Y. Elec- 
tric cable and apparatus for manufacturing It. 
2,060.162 ; Nov. 10. 

Boecker, Gustav, Essen, Germany, assignor to "Acidia," 
Thionville, France. Making hard sintered metals. 
2,027,763 ; .Tan. 14. 

Boecker, Gustav, Essen, Germany. Producing hard metal 
alloys. 2.056,708 ; Oct. 6. 

Boecker, Robert, NeedvlUe, Tex. Disk carrying frame for 
tractor pulled cultivators. 2.048,055 ; July 21. ■ 

Boecking, Ewald, Brooklyn, assignor to IntPrnational 
Projector Corporation, New York, N. Y. Film feeding 
mechanism for films having sound track. 2,031,756 ; 
Feb. 25. 

Boecking, Ewald, Brooklyn, assignor to International 
Projector Corporation, New York, N. Y. Slippage com- 
pensator for sound units. 2,037,452 : Apr. 14. 

Boecking, Ewald, Brooklyn, assignor to International Pro- 
jector Corporation, New York, N. Y. Film gate. 
2.037,453 : Apr. 14. 

Boecking, Ewald, Brooklyn, assignor to International Pro- 
jector Corporation, New York, N. Y. Film framing de- 
vice. 2,037,454 ; Apr. 14. 



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Boecking, Ewald, Brooklyn, assignor to International Pro- 
jector Corporation, New York, N. Y. Tensioning device 
for eliminating slack in films. 2,057,553 ; Oct. 13. 

Boedecker, Friedrich, Dahlem, near Berlin, and H. Volk, 
Tempeltiof, near Berlin, Germany. Producing the 
Jl-alkyl-ethers of protocatechulc aldehyde. 2,062,205 ; 
Nov. 24. 

Boedeker, Karl. (See Kiesskalt, S., Funke, and Boedeker.^ 

Boegehold, Alfred L., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
General Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Bearing 
metal alloy and bearing made therefrom. 2,033,321 ; 
Mar. 10. 

Boegehold, Alfred L., Detroit, A. W. Schluchter, Dearborn, 
and R. H. Terry, Detroit, assignors, by mesne assign- 
ments, to General Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. 
Making bronze bearings and blanks therefor. 2,044,897 ; 
June 23. 

Boeger, Henry F. (See Dreyer, Charles B., assignor.) 

Boeger, Henry F., and W. J. Van Rossem, assignors to 
Surgident, Ltd., Los Angeles, Calif. Saliva ejector. 
2,035,585 ; Mar. 31. 

Boehlei". Joseph. (See Brown, Stephen A., assignor.) 

Boehm, Edgar, Monette, Ark. Method and product of 
hybridizing plants. 2,048,056; July 21. 

Boehm, Rudolph P., Chicago, 111. Window construction. 
2,057,815 ; Oct. 20. 

Boehme, Gustav, Ludenscheid, Germany. Toy airplane. 
2,055,620 ; Sept. 29. 

Boehme, H. Th., Aktiengesellschaft. (See Bertsch, H., 
and Rauchalles, assignors.) 

Boehrlnger, C. F., & Soehne. G. m. b. H. (See Ach, L., 
and von Hofe, assignors.) 

Boehrlnger, C. F., & Soehne G. m. b. H. (See Miiller, R., 
Hatzig, and Rabald, assignors.) 

Boehrlnger, C. F., & Soehne G. m. b. H. (See Mflller, 
Richard and F., and Messer, assignors.) 

Boehrlnger, C. F., & Soehne G. m. b. H. (See Mfiller, R., 
Schenck, and Wirbatz, assignors.) 

Boehrlnger, C. F., & Soehne, G. m. b. H. (See Stelkens, 
Willy, assignor.) 

Boeing Aircraft Company. (See Dormoy, Etienne, as- 
signor.) 

Boeing Airplane Company. (See Morse, R. W., and Wood, 
assignors.) 

Boeing Aircraft Company. (See Wells, Edward C, as- 
signor. 

Boeing Airplane Company. (See Baker, Andrew D., as- 
signor.) 

Boeing Airplane Company. (See Haberlin, John F., as- 
signor.) 

Boeing Airplane Company. (See Minshell, R. J., and 
Cram, assignors.) 

Boerner, Edward A., Helotes, Tex. Laundry or dry clean- 
ing machine. 2,055,679 ; Sept. 29. 

Boerner, Thomas J., West Collingswood, N. J., assignor 
to Radio Corporation of America. Aircraft radio alti- 
meter. 2,050,418; Aug. 11. 

Boestad. Gustav K. W. (See Lysholm, A., and Boestad.) 

Boettcher, Arthur H. (See Hendriks, Arthur W., as- 
signor.) 

Boettcher, Gustav A., Richmond Hill, N. Y. Thread re- 
storing tool. 2.032,198 ; Feb. 25. 

Boettner, George W. (See Crabtree, Levi A., assignor.) 

Boeye, Paul F., assignor to Waldorf Paper Products Com- 
pany, St. Paul, Minn. Container. 2,044,048 ; June 16., 

Bogart, Leonard H., Comanche, Okla. Tank gauge. 
2,031,999 ; Feb. 25. 

Bogaty, Hermann S., assignor to Proctor & Schwartz, In- 
corporated, Philadelphia, Pa. Conveyer structure. 
2,027,266 ; Jan. 7. 

Bogdany, Bstanislao, and E. P. Depouilly, Buenos Aires, 
Argentina. Condenser and separator for crankcase va- 
pors. 2,057,001 ; Oct. 13. 

Bfigemann, Max. (See Orthner, L., and BOgemann.) 

Bogemann, Max, Cologne-Mulheim, assignor to I. G. Far- 
benindustrie Aktiengesellschaft, Frankfort-on-the-Main, 
Germany. Mercaptobenzothiazyl - aryldisulphldes. 
2.026.863 ; Jan. 7. 

Boger, Charles W., Mount Vernon, 111. Vacuum insulated, 
mercury controlled, dry Ice container. 2,032,649; 
Mar. 3. 

Boggild & Jacobsen. (See Jensen, Jens J., assignor.) 

Boggs, Charles L. (See Lang. C. E., and Boggs.) 

Boggs, Samuel W., Chevy Chase, Md. Horologlcal In- 
strument and related devices. 2,056,089 ; Sept. 29. 

Bogin, Charles, Terre Haute, Ind., and V. Kelly, Chicago, 
111., assignors to Commercial Solvents Corporation, Terre 
Haute. Ind. Bronzing liquid. 2.059,310 ; Nov. 3. 

Bogle, John C, Grosse Pointe Village, assignor to Udylite 
Company, Detroit, Mich. Plating machine. 2,035,633 ; 
Mar. 31. 

Bohall, Nelson E., San Francisco, and T. S. Bailey, Berk- 
eley Park, assignors to Earl B. Smith, San Francisco, 
Calif. Electric soldering iron. 2,056,951 ; Oct. 13. 

Bohannon, Richard O. (See Hayenga, J. A., and Brooks, 
assignors.) 

Bohannon, William A., and C. B. Gilbert, Hewlett, N. Y. 
Tray rack. 2,061,891 ; Nov. 24. 

Bohfimler, Anatole. (See Decary. C. A., and Bob^mier.) 

Bohm. Egon, Vienna, Austria, assignor to K. F. Wilhelm, 
Stralsund, Germany. Apparatus for lixiviating raw ma- 
terial In stages. 2,047,852; July 14. 

Bbhm, Hermann. (See PStzold, J., and Bohm.) 



Bohm, Otto, assignor to Telefunken Gesellschaft fiir 
Drahtlose Telegraphie m. b. H., Berlin, Germany. 
Antenna. 2,029,015; Jan. 28. 

Bohm, Otto, assignor to Telefunken Geselleschaft fur 
Drahtlose Telegraphie m. b. H., Berlin, Germany. 
Transmitting antenna for obtaining reduced high angle 
radiation. 2,048,726 ; July 28. 

Bohm, Otto, assignor to Telefunken Gesellschaft fiir 
Drahtlose Telegraphie m. b. H., Berlin, Germany. 
Vacuum tube circuits. 2,057,998 ; Oct. 20. 

Bohm, Otto, and M. Osnos, assignors to Telefunken Gesell- 
schaft fiir Drahtlose Telegraphie m. b. H., Berlin, Ger- 
many. Modulation system. 2,037,756 ; Apr. 21. 

Bohmann, Arthur A., Dresden-Leubnitz, and K. G. Schei- 
bel, Dresden-Strehlen, assignors to Wurker G. m. b. H., 
Dresden, Germany. Automatic mechanism for frame 
embroidery machines. 2,050,780 ; Aug. 11. 

Biihme, H. Th., Aktiengesellschaft. (See Bertsch, Heinrich, 
assignor.) 

Bohme, H. Th., Aktiengesellschaft. (See Butz, K., 
Deuschle, and Simon, assignors.) 

Bohme, H. Th. Aktiengesellschaft. (See Kling, Walter, 
assignor.) 

Bohme, H. Th., Aktiengesellschaft. (See Prflckner, Her- 
mann, assignor.) 

Bohmer, Henry, Jr., Woodbury Heights, and S. S. Lippin- 
cott. Palmyra, assignors to "Flexitallic" Gasket Co., 
Camden, N. J. Gasket centering means. 2,027,299 ; 
Jan. 7. 

Bohn Aluminum and Brass Corporation. (See Flegel, W. 
J., and Enderich, assignors.) 

Bohn Aluminum & Brass Corporation. (See McCullough, 
William E., assignor.) 

Bohn Aluminum & Brass Corporation. (See Nelson, 
Adolph L., assignor.) 

Bohn Aluminum and Brass Corporation. (See Eoshirt, 
R. J., Bateman, and Irvine, assignors.) 

Bohn Aluminum & Brass Corporation. (See Schwerak, 
Joseph J., assignor.) 

Bohn Company, The. (See Bohn, Gebhard C, assignor.) 

Bohn, Donald I., assignor to Aluminum Company of 
America, Pittsburgh, Pa. Motor control system for coll- 
ing mechanisms. 2,043,208 ; June 2. 

Bohn, Gebhard C, assignor to The Bohn Company, St. 
Paul, Minn. Refrigerator door. 2,038,634 ; Apr. 28. 

Bohn, Samuel, Passaic, N. J., aftd H. D. King, Cuyahoga 
Falls, Ohio, assignors to American Hard Rubber Com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. Refrigerator display case. 
2,047.937 ; July 21. 

Bohnenblust, Arnold, Riley, Kans. Pump. 2,048,098 ; 
July 21. 

Bohnenblust, Walter H., assignor to American Mop Com- 
pany, Kansas City, Mo. Mop. 2,056,934 ; Oct. 13. 

Bohnsack, John A. (See Balch, T. V., and Bohnsack.) 

Boice, John B.. Toledo. Ohio. Woodworking machine. 
2,049,044 ; July 28. 

Boice, John E., Toledo, Ohio. Woodworking machine. 
2,049,045 ; July 28. 

Boinot, Firmin, assignor to TJsines De Melle, Melle Deux- 
Sevres, France. Alcoholic fermentation of sugar-con- 
taining liquids. 2.054,736 ; Sept. 15. 

Boinot, Firmin, Melle, Deux-Sevres, France. Alcoholic 
fermentation of sugar-containing liquids. 2,063,223 ; 
Dec. 8. 

Bokovoy, Samuel A., Audobon, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Quartz piezo-electric element. 
2,064,288 ; Dec. 15. 

Bol, Cornells. (See Dorgelo, E. G., and Bol.) 

Bol, Cornells, Eindhoven, Netherlands, assignor to Gener.-il 
Electric Company. Gaseous electric discharge lamp 
device. 2,042.138 ; May 26. 

Bol, Cornells. W. de Groot and M. J. Druyvesteyn, Eind- 
hoven, Netherlands, assignors to General Electric Com- 
pany. Electron discharge apparatus. 2,035,784 ; Mar. 
31. 

Bol. Cornells, and H. A. W. Klinkhamer, Eindhoven, 
Netherlands, assignors to General Electric Company. 
Gaseous electric discharge lamp device. 2,042,139 ; May 
26. 

Bolam, Robert F., Tampa, Fla. Rail joint. 2,042,089 ; 

May 26. 
Boland, Edward J., Cleveland, Ohio. Draughtboard or 

checkerboard. 2,045,339; June 23. 
Bold, Herbert, Kansas City, Mo. Vehicle brake. 2,055,330 ; 

Sept. 22. 
Bold. John W. (See Ryan, W. M., and Bold.) 
Boldingh, Willem H. (See Bouwers. A., and Boldingh.) 
Boldingh, Willem H. (See Kuntke, A., and Boldingh.) 
Boldingh, Willem H., assignor to N. V. Philips' Gloel- 

lampenfabrieken, Eindhoven, Netherlands. Device for 

making stereoscopic X-ray photographs. 2,046,543 ; 

July 7. 
Boldt, Werner F., St. Louis, Mo., assignor to The White 

Motor Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Radiator. 2,043,368 ; 

June 9. 
Bolen, Wiley P., Savannah, assignor to Dusseldorf Chemi- 
cal Company, Savannah, Ga. Dye mixture. 2,057,668 ; 

Oct. 20. 
Bolender. Augustus B., Muncie, Ind., assignor, by mesne 

.^ssignments, to Borg-Warner Corporation, Chicago, 111. 

Hardness tester, 2.0,39,579 ; May 5. 
Boles. Idella, Haileyville, Okla. Rug and producing it. 

2,052,076; Aug. 25. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1936 



Bolesky, John D., Mansfield, Ohio, assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pitts- 

hurgh, Pa. Hinge structure. 2,032,109 ; Feb. 25. 
Bolidens Gruvaktiebolag. (See St&lhane, Johan B., as- 
signor.) 
Bolin, Charles D., assignor to American Thermometer 

Company, St. Louis, Mo. Thermostatic valve control. 

2,045,289 ; June 23. . „ ^„ . 

Bolin, Uayton C. (See Pfau, G. M., Bolin, and Zublin.) 
Boling, Hans K., Lentner, Mo. Attachment for rural 

mail boxes. 2,041,588 ; May 19. , , 

Bolis, Peter, West Orange, N. J. Combination lock. 

2,040,120 ; May 12. ^„ ^ . , 

Boll, Stephen 11., and J. B. Lewis, Chicago, 111. Facial 

measuring apparatus. 2,043,230 ; June 9. 
Boiler, Henry A., Detroit, Mich., assignor to Carter Carbu- 
retor Corporation, St. Louis, Mo. Idle port. 

2,036,192 ; Apr. 7. _ . „ 

Boiler, Peter, Machine Works. (See Boiler, William N., 

assignor.) 
Boiler, William N., Oak Park, assignor to Peter Boiler 

Machine Works, Chicago, 111. Mechanism for brakes and 

clutches. 2,029,287 : Feb. 4. 
Boiling, C. W. et al. (See Sampson, Irving F., assignor.) 
Boiling, Douglass T., Owensboro, Ky. Rod coupling. 

2,060,548 ; Nov. 10. 
Bollinger, Paul, Wilkinsburg, assignor to Westinghouse 

Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pittsburgh, 

Pa. Support for vehicle motors. 2,063,978 ; Dec. 15. 
Bollman, Kdwin B., and B. Kaps, Chicago, 111. Power 

transmission apparatus for displays. 2,036,912 ; Apr. 7. 
Bollman, Roland R., Mt. Washington, assignor to The 

Perfect Manufacturing Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Plastic rubber composition. 2,041,223 : May 19. 
Bollweg, Bernhard. (See Bauer, W., BoUweg, and Zeh.) 
BoUweg, Bernhard. (See Bauer, W., Zeh, and Bollweg.) 
Bollweg, Bernhard. (See Lecher, H., Bauer, Zeh, and 

Bollweg.) 
Bolser, Clark M., assignor to The Bolser Corporation, Des 

Moines, Iowa. Oil filter. 2,057,932 ; Oct. 20. 
Bolser Corporation, The. (See Bolser, Clark M., assignor.) 
Bolsinger, Raymon C, CoUingswood, N. J., assignor to 

John Wood Manufacturing Company, Inc., Consho- 

hocken. Pa. Water ■ circulating means. 2,065,789 ; 

Dec. 29. 
Bolt, James P., High Point, N. C. Package or carton 

opener. 2,065,422 ; Dec. 22. 
BOlter, Wilhelm, Heepen, near Bielefeld, Germany. Cloth 

feeder. 2,052,599 ; Sept. 1. 
Bolter, Wilhelm, assignor to Anker-Werke, A. 6. Biele- 
feld, Germany. Zigzag stitching machine. 2,045,340 ; 

June 23. 
Bolton, Arthur, Coventry, EIngland. Friction clutch. 

2,057,761 ; Oct. 20. 
Bolton, Elmer K., assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & 

Company, Wilmington, Del. Synthetic resins. 

2,048,774 ; July 28. 
Bolton, Elmer K., assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & 

Company, Wilmington, Del. Purification of cotton lint- 

ers. 2,048,775 ; July 28. _ , , „ 

Bolton, John W., & Sons, Inc. (See Stuck, Harold D., 

assignor.) 
Bolton, John W., & Sons, Inc. (See Stuck, H. D., and 

De Nault, assignors.) 
Bolton. John W., Hamilton, and S. A. Weigand, Cincinnati, 

assignors to The Lunkenheimer Company, Cincinnati, 

Ohio. Alloy. 2,061,648 ; Nov. 24. 
Bolton, Marie M. (See Jacobs, Refed E., assignor.) 
Bolton, Thomas, & Sons Limited. (See Anstey, H. C, and 

Alkins, assignors.) 
Bolton, Vernon L. (See Ort, William, assignor.) 
Bolton, William R., Chicago, 111., assignor to United Shoe 

Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Sole fitting. 

2,046,445 ; July 7. 
Bolton William R., Chicago, 111., assignor to United Shoe 

Macninery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Sole fitting ma- 
chine. 2,046.604 ; July 7. 
Bolton, William T., Chicago, 111. Selective tuner for radio 

receivers. 2,066,246 ; Dec. 29. 
Bolta, Fred S., Mansfield, and G. W. Estey, Taunton, Mass. 

Arch corrector for the feet. 2,041,693 ; May 26. 
Boman, Archibald E. (See Berghoffi, J. J., Boman, and 

Williams.) 
Bomber, William J., Green Bay, Wis. Lingerie clasp. 

2.031.685 ; Feb. 25. 
Bomberger, George E., assignor to Fruit and Produce 

Packing, Inc., Indianapolis, Ind. Basket and cover 

construction. 2,057,002 ; Oct. 13. 
Bomboy, Harold. (See Meunier, C. J., and Bomboy.) 
Bombrun. Mathieu J. A., Paris, France. Rolling device 

for films. 2,039.949 : May 5. 
Bommer, Max. (See Felix, F., Bommer, and Huber.) 
Bommer, Max. (See Hauser, H., and Bommer.) 
Bomster. Cyril I. (See Rivard, L. I., and Bomster.) 
Bonam, Roy W. (See Bonem, F. X., and Bonam.) 
Bonanno, John, New York, N. Y. Creating, making, and 

duplicatins garment designs. 2.033.176 ; Mar. 10. 
Bonanno, Joseph L., Forest Hills, assignor to The Lionel 

Corporation, New York, N. Y. Toy vehicle. 2,039,055 ; 

Apr. 28. 
Bonanno, Joseph L., Forest Hills, N. Y., assignor to Radio 

Corporation of America. Constant band width receiver. 

2,040.426 ; May 12. 



Bonanno, Joseph L., Forest Hills, assignor to The Lionel 
Corporation, New York, N. Y. Toy vehicle. 2,052,863; 
Sept. 1. 

Bonat, Harry, et al. (See Katcher, Morris, assignor.) 

Bonat, Samuel, and Brother. (See Katcher, Morris, as- 
signor.) 

Bonat, Samuel, et al. (See Katcher, Morris, assignor.) 

Bonath, Klaus. (See Beck, W., and Bonath.) 

Bonazzola, Francesco. (See Cantini, Valentino, assignor.) 

Bond, Charles. (See Bowen, James, assignor.) 

Bond Electric Corporation. (See Baer, J. W., and Bein- 
hardt, assignors.) 

Bond Electric Corporation. (See Barber, G. H., and Pratt, 
assignors.) 

Bond Electric Corporation. (See Darling, Boy L., as- 
signor.) 

Bond Electric Corporation. (See Darling, R. L., and 
Rundell, assignors.) 

Bond Electric Corporation. (See Ponath, William, as- 
signor.) 

Bond Electric Corporation. (See Reinhardt, Otto K., as- 
signor.) 

Bond Electric Corporation. (See Reinhardt, Otto K., and 
Baer, assignors.) 

Bond, Harlan A. (See Levine, A. A., and Bond.) 

Bond, Harlan A., and N. D. Scott, Niagara Palls, N. Y., 
assignors to B. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wil- 
mington, Del. Dehydration of formamide to produce 
hydrocyanic acid. 2,042,451 ; June 2. 

Bond, James D., and A. V. Marbry, assignors of one-third 
to G. Gubelman, Robinson, 111. Bridge handrail. 
2,059,311 ; Nov. 3. 

Bond, Joseph B., Middletown, Ohio. Paper making ma- 
chinery. 2,055,142 ; Sept. 22. 

Bond, Joseph E., Middletown, Ohio. Paper making ma- 
chinery. 2,055,143 ; Sept. 22. 

Bond, Lawrence K., Miletus, W. Va. Brake. 2,055,835; 
Sept. 29. 

Bond Manufacturing Corporation. (See Scott, Henry P., 
Jr., assignor.) 

Bond, Marion E. (See Cotter, W. F., and Bond.) 

Bond, Marion E., assignor to United American Bosch 
Corporation, Springfield, Mass. Noise suppressor for 
radio. 2,034,970; Mar. 24. 

Bond, Samuel C, Holly Oak, Del. Wadding cartridges. 
2,057,362 ; Oct. 13. 

Bonds, Eugene R., Atlanta, Ga., assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pittsburgh, 
Pa. Current interrupter equipment. 2,957,472 ; Oct. 

jLo. 

Bondurant, Carlton W., assignor to The Bishop & Bab- 
cock Manufacturing Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Con- 
trolling refrigerator temperature. 2.028.893 ; Jan. 28. 

Bondurant, Carlton W., assignor to The Bishop & BalH 
cock Mfg. Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Bottle filling 
method and apparatus. 2,060,276 ; Nov. 10. 

Bone, Evan P., assignor to The Magnilite Sign Corpora- 
tion, Cincinnati, Ohio. Display sign. 2,038,409 ; Apr. 

Bone, Herbert L., Pittsburgh, assignor to The Union 
Switch & Signal Company, Swissvale, Pa. Railway 
switch-operating apparatus. 2,027,512 ; Jan. 14. 

Bone, Herbert L., Pittsburgh, assignor to The Union Switch 
& Signal Company, Swissvale, Pa. Railway braking 
apparatus. 2,034,557 ; Mar. 17. 

Bone, Herbert L., Pittsburgh, assignor to The Union 
Switch & Signal Company, Swissvale, Pa. Railway 
braking apparatus. 2,044,762 ; June 23. 

Bone, Herbert L., Pittsburgh, assignor to The Union Switch 
& Signal Company, Swissvale, Pa. Railway switch op- 
erating apparatus. 2,046,893 ; July 7. 

Bone, Herbert L., Pittsburgh, assignor to The Union 
Switch & Signal Company, Swissvale, Pa. Railway 
switch operating apparatus. 2,051,128 ; Aug. 18. 

Bone, Herbert L., Pittsburgh, assignor to The Union Switch 
& Signal Company, Swissvale, Pa. Smashboad signal. 
2,053,893 ; Sept. 8. 

Bone, Herbert L., Pittsburgh, assignor to The Union 
Switch & Signal Company, Swissvale, Pa. Railway 
switch operating apparatus. 2,061,752 ; Nov. 24. 

Bone, Herbert L., Pittsburgh, assignor to The Union 
Switch & Signal Company, Swissvale, Pa. Railway 
braking apparatus. 2,061,753 ; Nov. 24. 

Bonem, Frank X., and R. W. Bonam, Detroit, Mich. Gas 
mixer. 2.060,972 ; Nov. 17. 

Bonfils, Fred W., et al. (See Eader, William H., assignor.) 

Bongiovanni, Antonio, assignor of one-half to S. Sgro, 
Philadelphia, Pa. Headresst hanger. 2.033,811 ; Mar. 10. 

Bongiovanni, Antonio, and S. Sgro, assignor to Frank B. 
Gummy, Philadelphia, Pa. Eyeglass hanger. 2,049,684 ; 
Aug. 4. 

Bonham, Walter R., Palo Alto, Calif. Drive mechanism. 
2,052,961 ; Sept. 1. 

Bonhomme, Jacques R., Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Con- 
tainer and closure therefor. 2,039.385 : May 5. 

Bonh5te, G<^rald, Basel, assignor to firm Society of Chem- 
ical Industry in Basle, Basel, Switzerland. Blue azo- 
dyestufC. 2.027.764; Jan. 14. 

Bonhate. Gerald, Basel, assignor to the firm Society of 
(Chemical Inriustry in Basle, Basel, Switzerland. Azo- 
dyestufC. 2,027,897 ; Jan. 14. 

BonhOte, Gerald, assignor to Society of Chemical Indus- 
try in Ba.sle. Basel. Switzerland. Stable solid diazo- 
salts and making same. 2,032,110 ; Feb. 25. 



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BonhOte, Gerald, assxcrnor to Society of Chemical Indus- 
try in Basle, Basel, Switzerland. Azo dyestufCs. 
2,060,163 ; Nov. 10. 
BonhOte, G4iald, Basel, and C. Apotbeker, Rielien, near 
Basel, assignors to Society of Chemical Industry in 
Basle, Basel, Switzerland. Blue dyeing azodyestuffs. 
2.032,111 ; Feb. 25. 
BonhOte, Gerald, Basel, and C. Apothelier, Riehen, assign- 
ors to the firm Society of Chemical Industry in Basle, 
Basel, Switzerland. Azo-dyestu£Es and mailing the same. 
2,041,455 ; iUay 19. 
BonhOte, G6rald. and .1. Danuser, assignors to Society of 
Chemical Industry in Basle, Basel, Switzerland. Azo- 
dvestuffs and making same. 2,047,574 ; July 14. 
Borihete, Gerald, and .7. Danuser, assignor to the firm 
Society of Chemical Industry in Basle, Basel, Switzer- 
land. Water-insoluble azo-dyestufCs. 2,055 169 ; Sept. 
22. 
Bonhete, Gerald, Basel, and C. Apotbeker, Riehen, as- 
signors to Society of Chemical Industry in Basle, Basel, 
Switzerland. Azo-dyestufEs. 2,065,639 ; Dec. 29. 
Boniec, Joseph W. (See Munch, G. A., and Boniec.) 
Boniface, Arthur, Scarsdale, N. Y. Treating garbage. 

2,049,889 ; Aug. 4. ,. ^. 

Bonkowsld, Teofll L., New York, N. Y. Ink eradicating 

device. 2,029,152 ; Jan. 28. 
Bonn, Robert M., Maplewood, N. J., assignor to The Arco 
Manifolding Co. Inc. Manifold book. 2,042,823; 
June 2. ,„ ^ 

Bonna Pipe Company of America, Inc., The. (See Ogee, 

Maurice M., assignor.) , „ , ^ x, , 

Bonnaud. Huiib M. ^See Willcox, John T. A., and Pooley 

and Bonnaud.) 
Bonneau, Paul E., Paris, assignor to GaPton Chausson, 
Asnieres (Seine), France. Polychromatic photograph 
and cinematograph method. 2,064,145 ; Dec. 15. 
Bonner, Daniel B., Philadelphia, Pa. Thread printing 

apparatus selector mechanism. 2,032.043 ; Feb. 25. 
Bonney-Floyd Company, The. (See Edmunds, Glenn E., as- 
signor.) 
Bonney -Floyd Company, The. (See Edmunds, G. B., and 

Cawthon, assignors.) , ^ „ 

Bonney-Floyd Company, The. (See Edmunds, G. B., and 

Purkhiser, assignors.) ,„ 

Bonney-Floyd Company, The. (See Gregg, A. W., and 
Frank, assignors.) , ,„ „ ^ t^^ * 

Bonney, Robert D., Glen Ridge, and W. S. Egge, West 
Orange, N. J., assignors to Congoleum-Nairn Inc. Dry- 
ing oil composition. 2,040,461 ; May 12. 
Bonney, Robert D., Glen Ridge, and W. S. Egge, West 
Orange N J., assignors to Congoleum-Nairn Inc. Lin- 
oleum and method of manufacturing. 2,050,646; 
Aug. 11. 
Bonney, William H., Oregon City, Oreg. Liquid dispens- 
ing device. 2,026,818; Jan. 7. , ^ ^ 
Bonniksen, Cyril \V., Leamington Spa, England. Pro- 
duction of films. 2,030,566 ; Feb. 11. „ „ _ , ^ 
Bonomi, Felix A., St. Albans, assignor to Bell Telephone 
Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Tele- 
phone system. 2,031,922 ; Feb. 25. 
Bonomi, Felix A., St. Albans, assignor to Bell Telephone 
Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Telephone 
system. 2,040,291 ; May 12. 
Bonotto, Michele, Torino, Italy, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to American Soya Products Corporation, Evans- 
ville Ind. Bread-leavening composition. 2,035,586 ; 
Mar. 31. 
Bonrath Wilhelm, Leverkusen-I. G. Werk., and E. tlrb- 
«chat Cologne-Mulheim, Germany, assignors to- Win- 
throp' Chemical Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. Seed 
grain disinfectant. 2,054,062 ; Sept. 15. „ , ^ 
Bonsall, Charles D., Pittsburgh, assignor to P. H. Murphy 
Company, New Kensington, Pa. Car roof. 2,034,081 ; 
Mar. 17. 
Bonsall, Charles D., Pittsburgh, assignor to P. H. Murphy 
Company, New Kensington, Pa. Car roof construction. 
2.1134,374 ; Mar. 17. „ „ ,, 
Bonsall, Charles D., Pittsburgh, assignor to P. H. Murphy 
Company, New Kensington, Pa. Car roof. 2,034,375 ; 
Mar. 17. 
Bonsall, Charles D., Pittsburgh, assignor to P. H. Murphy 
Company. Npw Kensington, Pa. Carline construction. 
2,034.376; Mar. 17. „ „ ,, 
Bonsall. Charles D.. Pittsburgh, assi,s:nor to P. H. Murphy 
Company, New Kensington, Pa. Car roof. 2,034,377 ; 

Mar. 17. „ ,, ,. 

Bonsall, Charles D.. Pittsburgh, asslgnoT to P. H. Murphy 

Company, New Kensington, Pa. Car roof. 2,034,378 ; 

Mar. 17." 
Bonsall, Charles D.. Pittsburgh, assignor to P. H. Murphy 

Company, New Kensington, Pa. Car roof. 2,034,379 ; 

Mar. 17. „ „ ,, 

Bonsall. Charles D.. Pittsburgh, assignor to P. H. Murphy 

Company, New Kensington, Pa. Car roof. 2,034,380 ; 

Mar. 17. 
Bonsall. Charles D., Pittsburgh, assignor to P. H. Murphy 

Company, New Kensington, Pa. Car roof. 2,034.381 ; 

Mar. 17. 
Bonsall. Charles D.. Pittsburgh, assignor to P. H. Murphy 

Company, New Kensington, Pa. Car roof. 2,034,382 ; 

Mar. 17. 



Bonsall, Charles D., Pittsburgh, assignor to P. H. Murphy 

Company, New Kensington, Pa. Car roof. 2,034,383; 

Mar. 17. 
Bonsall, Charles D., Pittsburgh, assignor to P. H. Murphy 

Company, New Kensington, Pa. Car roof. 2,034,384 ; 

Mar. 17. 
Bonsall, Charles D., Pittsburgh, assignor to P. H. Murphy 

Company, New Kensington, Pa. Car roof. 2,034,385 ; 

Mar. 17. 
Bonsall, Charles D., Pittsburgh, assignor to P. H. Murphy 

Company, New Kensington, Pa. Hatch construction. 

2.037.114 ; Apr. 14. 

Bonsall, Charles D., Pittsburgh, assignor to P. H. Mur- 
phy Company, New Kensington, Pa. Carline assembly. 

2.037.115 : Apr. 14. 

Bonsall, Charles D., Pittsburgh, Pa. Floor protection for 
railway cars. 2,060,164 ; Nov. 10. 

Bonsall, Charles D., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to P. H. 
Murphy Company, New Kensington, Pa. Car roof. 
2,065,043 : Dec. 22. 

Bonser, Ernest F., Leicester, England, assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Clutch 
operating mechanism for presses. 2,033,224 ; Mar. 10. 

Bonthron, Karl. (See Tigerschiold, K. M., and Bonthron.) 

Bonthron, Thomas. (See Nelson, Anton R., assignor.) 

Bonzagni, Leo A., Brookllne, and A. Govoni, Somerville, 
Mass. Combination broiler and toaster. 2,030,047 ; 
Feb. 11. 

Boock, Alfred C, Beloit, Wis., assignor to Fairbanks, 
Morse & Co., Chicago, 111. Internal combustion en- 
gine. 2,058,055 ; Oct. 20. 

Booe, James M., assignor, by mesne assignments, to P. K. 
Mallory & Co., Inc., Indianapolis, Ind. Etching. 
2,052,962 ; Sept. 1. 

Booge, James B.. Newark, N. J., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to B. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company. 
Blended pigment. 2,046,054 ; June 30. 

Book, Andrew J.. Buena Vista, Ohio. Securement of heela 
to shoes. 2,037,613 ; Apr. 14. 

Book, Andrew J., Buena Vista, Ohio. Attaching heels 
to shoes. 2,054,593; Sept. 15. 

Book, Andrew J., Buena Vista, Ohio, and J. P. Johnson, 
Maysville, Ky. Heel securement. 2,050.644; Aug. 11. 

Boone, Wallace, and L. M. Crosley, assignor to The Crosley 
Radio Corporation, Cincinnati, Ohio. Coating of me- 
tallic refrigerator parts. 2,057,762 ; Oct. 20. 

Boonton Molding Company. (See Post, Ronald W., as- 
signor.) 

Boorum & Pease Company. (See Rickert, John J., as- 
signor. ) 

Boosey, Edward W. N., Detroit, Mich. Grease intercepter. 
2,059,844 ; Nov. 3. 

Booth, Adatn D. (See Miller, Charles P. and P. C, and 
Booth.) 

Booth, Charles F., Anniston, Ala., assignor to Swann Re- 
search, Incorporated. Preparation of phosphates of 
manganese. 2,031,579: Feb. 18. 
Booth, Clarence Y., Wilmington, Del. Coal bag. 2,047,095 : 

July 7. 
Booth, Clement. (See Binns, G. W., and Booth.) 
Booth, Clement. (See Einstein, S., Booth and Haas.) 
Booth, Clement, Cincinnati, and J. E. Caster, Willoughby, 
assignors to Cincinnati Grinders Incorporated, Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. Internal grinding fixture. 2,063,650 ; 
Dec. 8. 

Booth, Earl C, assignor to Noblitt-Sparks Industries, Inc., 

Columbus, Ind. Control for a radio set. 2,046,605 ; 

July 7. 
Booth, Earl C, assignor to Noblitt-Sparks Industries, Inc., 

Columbus, Ind. Automobile radio set. 2,053,941 : 

Sept. 8. 

Booth, Earl C, assignor to Noblitt-Sparks Industries, Inc., 

Columbus, Ind. Radio set construction. 2,056,917 ; 

Oct. 6. 
Booth, Earl C, assignor to Noblitt-Sparks Industries, 

Inc., Columbus, Ind. Radio set control. 2,063,866 ; 

Dec. 8. 

Booth, Frederic C. (See Lonas, P. B., and Booth. 

Booth, George M. (See Tryon, R. W., and Booth.) 

Booth, Georse W., assignor to Crown Cork & Seal Company, 
Inc., Baltimore, Md. Process and apparatus for tlie 
manufacture of disk blanks. 2.058,404 ; Oct, 27, 

Booth, Gilbert A., North Adams, Mass. Defrosting 
brick. 2,035,219; Mar. 24. 

Booth, Harold S., Cleveland Heights, Ohio. Producing 
finely divided material. 2,047,354 ; .July 14. 

Booth. Harold S.. Cleveland Heights, Ohio. Production of 
pigments. 2.048,593 : July 21. 

Booth. Harold S., Cleveland Heights, Ohio. Thermal de- 
composition of fluoro compounds. 2,053.174 ; Sept. 1. 

Booth, Harold S,, Cleveland Heights, Ohio, assignor to 
Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company, East 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Dielectric material. 2,063,979 ; Dee. 
15. 

Booth, Harry T., Detroit. Mich., assignor to Lubrication 

Control Corporation, Chicago 111. Viscosity-responsive 

device. 2,028,186 : -Tan. 21, 
Booth, Harry T., Detroit. Mich., assignor to Lubrication 

Control Corporation, Chica.go, 111. Viscosity-responsive 

device. 2.028.187; Jan. 21. 
Booth, Harry T„ Detroit, Mich., assignor to Lubrication 

Control Corporation, Chicago, 111. Viscosimeter. 

2,028,188; Jan. 21. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1936 



Booth, Harry T., Detroit, Mich., assignor to Lubrication 
Control Corporation, Chicago, 111. Combined pressure 
and viscosity indicator. 2,033,110 ; Mar. 10. 

Booth, Harry T., Detroit, Mich., assignor to Lubrication 
Control Corporation, Chicago, 111. Viscosimeter. 
2,050,242 ; Aug. 11. 

Booth, Harry T., Detroit, Mich, assignor to Lubrication 
Control Corporation, Chicago, 111. Viscosimeter. 
2,056,952; Oct. 13. 

Booth, Harry T., Freeport, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Lubrication Control Corporation, Chicago, 
111. Lubricating system for automobile engines. 
2,051,026 ; Aug. 18. 

Booth, Harry T., Freeport, N. T., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Lubrication Control Corporation, Chi- 
cago, 111. Viscosity regulator. 2,054,238 ; Sept. 15. 

Booth, Henry, Yonliers, N. Y. Visible inventory and sales 
recording device. 2,037,192 ; Apr. 14. 

Booth, Jennie I., and J. H. Booth, Four Oaks, Sutton Cold- 
field, assignors of one-third to said J. H. Booth^ one- 
third to A. S. Cheston, and one-third to H. L. Sleigh, 
Birmingham, England. Automatic brake gear for me- 
chanically propelled vehicles. 2,049,798 ; Aug. 4. 

Booth, Levis M., Plainfleld, N. J. Manufacturing paper 
and paper board. 2,050,262 ; Aug. 11. 

Booth, Lionel E., assignor to The Galigher Company, Salt 
Lake City, Utah. Aerating machine. 2,055,065 ; Sept. 
22. 

Booth, Prisca C. (See Booth, Raymond C, assignor.) 

Booth, Ralph D. (See Moreland, E. L., Booth, and Dan- 
forth.) 

Booth, Raymond, New York, N. Y. Dispensing can. 
2,051,815 ; Aug. 25. 

Booth, Raymond C, assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
P. C. Booth, Rochester, N. Y. Shuttle cock. 2,059,930 ; 
Nov. S. 

Boothby, Albion M., Newton, and M. E. Gazette, Boston, 
assignors to Boothby Fibre Can Company, Boston, Mass. 
Collapsible paper can. 2,037,675 ; Apr. 14. 

Boothby Fibre Can Company. (See Boothby, A. M., and 
(iazette, assignors.) 

Boothby Fibre Can Company. (See Gazette, Marshall E., 
assignor.) 

Booton. John G. (See Mitchell, P.. and Booton.) 

Boots Pure Drug Company Limited. (See Pyman, F. L., 
and Easson, assignors.) 

Boots Pure Drug Company Limited. (See Pyman, F. L., 
and Levene, assignors.) 

Boott Mills. (See Holgate, Benjamin, assignor.) 

Boott Mills. (See LeFgvre, Simeon J., assignor.) 

Bopp, Anton, Heilbronn-on-the-Neckar, Germany. Pre- 
venting corrosion, particularly of metals from the iron- 
group, and to a corrosion preventative. 2,059,770 ; 
Nov. 3. 

Borba, Alfred P., San Leandro, Calif. Sanitary tooth 
brush holder. 2,046,606 ; July 7. 

Borbely, Albert, Cleveland, Ohio. Article of food — sand- 
wich. 2,060,490 ; Nov. 10. 

Borberg, Adolf, Short Hills, N. J. Piling section. 
2,063,293 : Dee. 8. 

Borchers, William G., assignor to Autographic Register 
Company, Hoboken, N. J. Manifolding machine. 
2,039.700 ; May 5. 

Borchert, Leslie C. (See Baker, E. M., and Borchert.) 

Borchmann, Pranz, et al. (See Arfsten, Newton, as- 
signor.) 

Bordeaux. Claude G, (See White, P. S., and Bordeaux.) 

Borden, Arthur G., Washington, D. C, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to The Borden Industries, Inc. Electrical 
heating apparatus. 2,054,594 ; Sept. 15. 

Borden, Charles R. C, Brookline, Mass. Washing and 
lathering sponge device. 2.030,911 : Feb. 18. 

Borden Company, The. (See Bresett, George A., assignor.) 

Borden Company, The. (See Mapes. Leslie A., assignor.) 

Borden Company, The. (See McClatchie, John M., as- 
signor.) 

Borden Company, The. (See Page, W. and Taylor, as- 
signors.) 

Borden Company, The. (See Powers, Raymond, assignor.) 

Borden, Edmund G., Little Neck, N. Y., assignor to Gaso- 
line Antioxidant Company, Wilmington, Del. Motor 
fuel. 2,047,355 ; July 14. 

Borden, George C, Jr., Riegelsville, Pa., assignor to Riegel 
Paper Corporation, Riegelsville, N. J. Apparatus for 
treating sheet material. 2,056,939 : Oct. 13. 

Borden Industries, Inc., The. (See Borden, Arthur G., 
assignor.) 

Borden, Moro M., Collingswood, N. J., assignor to Simplex 
Valve & Meter Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Recording 
mechanism. 2,033,177 ; Mar. 10. 

Borders. Bee, Springfield, Vt. Bowling alley and re- 
pairing same. 2.039.580 : May 5. 

Borel, Charles, Geneva, Switzerland. Installation for 
compiling and collaborating statistical data. 
2.031,686 : Feb. 25. 

Borell, Raleigh A., Berkeley, Calif. Lamp. 2,056,502 ; 
Oct. 6. 

Boren, Clarence E. (See McCarty, Madison P., assicrnor.) 

Borg, George W., Corporation. (See Hobbs, John W., as- 
signor. ) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Anderson, Arthur W., 
assisnor.) 

Borg- Warner Corporation. (See Battles, Stewart S., as- 
signor.) 



(See Bolender, Augustus B., 
(See Buchanan, John C, as- 
(See Darbyshire, Leonard H., 
(See Herz, Ferdinand B., as- 

(See Hobbs, John W., as- 



Borg-Warner Corporation, 
assignor.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation, 
signor.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation, 
assignor.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation, 
signor.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation, 
signor.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See IngersoU, Stephen L., as- 
signor.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Leonard, Stephen, as- 
signor.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation, et al. (See Meuer, G. J., and 
Millermaster, assignors.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Murray, Howard J., as- 
signor.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Nutt, Harold, assignor.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Nutt, H., and Beed, as- 
signors.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Rauen, C. P., assignor, 
and Keller.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Rauen, C. F., and Kllpela, 
assignors.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Rauen, C. P. and J. T., 
assignors. ) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Reed, Harold V., as- 
signor. ) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Rehnberg, Axel P., as- 
signor.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Euesenberg, Carl A., as- 
signor) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Sherman, Alvin G., as- 
signor.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Simpson, John M., as- 
signor.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Swennes, Benjamin A., 
assisnor.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Swenson, Carl E., as- 
signor.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Swenson, C. E., and 
Anderson, assignors.) 

Borgadt, John B., Cleveland, Ohio. Electric tube weld- 
ing machine. 2,048,682 ; July 28. 

Borger, Henry E., Dayton, Ohio, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to International Business Machines Corpora- 
tion, New York, N. Y. Printing scale. 2,036,014 ; Mar. 
31. 

Borgeson, Carl A., East Orange, N. J., assignor to Ameri- 
can Telephone and Telegraph Company. Carrier tele- 
graph receiver. 2,065,640 ; Dec. 29. 

Borghetty, Hector C, assignor to The Aspinook Company, 
Jewett City, Conn. Stabilized nonslippable fabric and 
its manufacture. 2,050,156 ; Aug. 4. 

Borglln, Joseph N., Hattiesburg, Miss., assignor to Her- 
cules Powder Company, Wilmington, Del. Retarding 
the crystallization of rosin. 2,t)42.877 ; June 2. 

Borglin, Joseph N., assignor to Hercules Powder Company, 
Wilmington, Del. Halogenating compounds containing 
an abietyl group and product thereof. 2,050,979 ; 
Aug. ,11. 

Borglin, Joseph N., Wilmington, and L. N. Bent, Holly 
Oak, assignors to Hercules Powder Company, Wilming- 
ton, Del. Treating rosin and rosin product. 2,050,263 ; 
Aug. 11. 

Borglin, Joseph N.. Wilmington, and E. Ott, Elsmere, as- 
signors to Hercules Powder Company, Wilmington, Del. 
Sulphur-containing abietyl compounds and method of 
producing. 2,052,210 ; Aug. 25. 

Borgmann, Charles, Great Neck, assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories. Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Dust cover. 2,059,545 ; Nov. 3. 

Boring, Robert L., Lexington, Ky. Flashlight attachment 
for gasoline hose nozzles. 2,042,385 ; May 26. 

BoriskI, Martin J., Houston, Tex. Pressing machine. 
2,031,687 ; Feb. 25. 

Bork, George H., Holyoke, assignor to Harvey- Whippel Co., 
Inc., Springfield. Mass. Oil burner. 2,056,561 ; Oct. 6. 

Bork, George H., Holvoke. assignor to Harvey-Whipple, 
Inc., Springfield, Mass. Heater. 2,065.994; Dec. 29. 

Borland, Albert, and M. Borland, Davlsburg, Mich. Safety 
device for automobiles. 2,053,692 ; Sept. 8. 

Borland, Myrtle. (See Borland, Albert and M. ) 

Borleske, Stanley E., Fresno, Calif. Linesman's Indicator 
for football games. 2,060,165 ; Nov. 10. 

Bom, Russell. (See Eosenbloom, I., and Born.) 

Bornhauser, Oscar, Strasbourg, France, assignor to So- 
ci^te d'Electrochimie, d'Electrometallurgie et des Acier- 
les Electriques d'Ugine, Paris, Prance. Electroplating 
of aluminium. 2,028,312 ; Jan. 21. 

Bornhauser, Otto E., assignor to The Her-Born Engineer- 
ing and Manufacturing Company, Sandusky, Ohio. 
Stoker. 2.061,450 ; Nov. 17. 

Bornmann, Carl, assignor to Agfa Ansco Corporation, 
Binghamton, N. Y. Projector. 2,033,225 ; Mar. 10. 

Bornstein, Max A. (See Williams, S., and Bornsteln.) 

Borntraeger, Arthur G., Akron, Ohio. Stretching frame. 
2,037,757 ; Apr. 21. 

Borntraeger, Arthur G., Akron, Ohio, assignor to N. All- 
statter and to said Borntraeger. Apparatus for stretch- 
ing sheet material. 2.050.419 ; Aug. 11, 

Borough, W. L., et al. (See Lorraine. David G., assignor.) 

Borowetz, Otto E., Plainfield, N. J. Multistamp automatic 
inking stencil device. 2,052,864 ; Sept. 1. 



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Borowskl, Peter, assignor of one-haU to J. Bargiele- 
wicz and M. Kulbaka, Detroit, Mich. Gripping device. 
:^,05S,949 ; Oct. 27. 

Borowsky, Aaron, et al. (See Brody, Solomon, assignor.) 

Borra, Joseph, et al. (See Queen, Bert E. assignor.) 

Borrougbs, Joseph N., Oakland, Calif. Towel cabinet. 
2,045,828; June 30. 

Borioughs, Joseph N., Oakland, Calif. Towel cabinet. 
2.04S.099 : Julv 21. 

Borsakovsky, Voldemar, Montrouge, assignor to E. Vincent, 
Paris, France. Chopping machine. 2,034,604 ; Mar. 17. 

Borsari Tank Corporation of America. (See Schorer, 
Herman, assignor.) 

Borsheim, Hans T. (See Hanson, Louis O., assignor.) 

Borst. Andrew J., Jr., Buffalo, N. Y. Rubber products 
and producing the same. 2,039,386 ; May 5. 

Borst, Walter J., assignor to Deere & Company, Mollne, 111. 
Sickle grinder. 2,051,071 ; Aug. 18. 

Borst, William B., assignor to Universal Oil Products 
Company, Chicago, 111. Manufacture of resins. 
2,066,090 ; Dec. 29. 

Borst, William B., and C. G. Gerhold, assignors to Uni- 
versal Oil Products Company, Chicago, 111. Manufac- 
ture of resins. 2,035,860 ; Mar. 31. 

Borton, Alwyu E., South Orange, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Associated Patentees, Inc., Ampere, N. J. 
Stock former. 2,060,794 ; Nov. 17. 

Borufif, Clair S. (See Buswell, A. M., and BorufE.) 

Borvisk Syndicate Ltd. (See Borzykowski, Benno, as- 
signor.) 

Borzykowski, Benno, Paris, France. Apparatus for the 
transportation and working off of spun cakes produced 
by the centrifuge spinning process. 2.041.989 : May 26. 

Borzykowski, Benno, Paris, France. Direct manufacture 
and employment of artificial fibers. 2,053,175 ; Sept. 1. 

Borzykowski, Benno, Paris, France. Production of arti- 
ficial silk. 2,057,323; Oct. 13. 

Borzykowski, Benno, Paris, France, assignor to Borvisk 
Syndicate Ltd., London, England. Production of arti- 
ficial silk and the like. 2,057,324 ; Oct. 13. 

Bos, John. (See Leuvelink, George J., assignor.) 

Bosch, Robert, Aktiengesellscbaft. (See AllendorfE, 
Friedrich, assignor.) 

Bosch. Robert, Aktiengesellscbaft. (See Bayerdorfer, Otto, 
assignor.) 

Bosch. Robert, Aktiengesellscbaft. (See CaUsen, Albert, 
assignor.) 

Bosch, Robert, Aktiengesellscbaft. (See CaUsen, A., and 
Sehmid, assignor.) 

Bosch, Robert, Aktiengesellscbaft. (See Hurst, Max, as- 
signor.) 

Bosch, Robert, Aktiengesellscbaft. (See Klaiber, Erich, 
assignor.) 

Bosch. Robert, Aktiengesellscbaft. (See Klingler, Emil, 
assignor.) 

Bosch, Robert, Aktiengesellscbaft. (See Kurz, Kicbard, 

assignor.) 

Bosch, Robert, Aktiengesellscbaft. (See Lieb, Gustav, 
assignor.) 

Bosch, Robert, Aktiengesellscbaft. (See Meyer, A., and 
Holzbaur, assignors.) 

Bosch, Robert. Aktiengesellscbaft. (See Mohrle, Arthur, 
assignor.) 

Bosch, Robert, Aktiengesellscbaft. ( See Stoll, Hermann, 
assignor.) 

Bosch, Robert, Aktiengesellscbaft. (See Stribeck, Richard, 
assignor.) 

Bosch, Robert, Aktiengesellscbaft. (See Zeininger, Gus- 
tav, assignor.) 

Bosco. George B., Chicago, 111. Clamp. 2.061,751: Nov. 
24. 

Bosence, Archie L., and G. B. Ingraham, West St. John, 
New Brunswick, Canada. Taper gauge. 2,038,472 ; 
Apr. 21. 

Boser, Frank A., Jersey City, N. J. Colostomy outfit. 
2,064,586 ; Dec. 15. 

Bosbkoffi, (George J., Buffalo, assignor to The Linde Air 
Products Company, New York, N. Y. Method and appa- 
ratus for dispensing gas material. 2,028,119 ; Jan. 14. 

Boshkoff, George J., Buffalo, N. Y., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Union Carbide and Carbon Corporation. 
Apparatus for producing oxygen of high purity. 
2.046,284 ; June 30. 

Bosley, Lewis W., East Cleveland, assignor to The Cleve- 
land Hardware & Forging Company. Cleveland, Ohio. 
Protector for internal threads. 2,055,646 ; Sept. 29. 

Bosmann, Wilhelm, Berlin, Germany. Apparatus for car- 
bonating and dispensing liquid. 2.064.879 : Dec. 22. 

Bosqui, Francis L., assignor to Rhokana Corporation, Lim- 
ited, N'Kana, Northern Rhodesia. Production of cobalt. 
2,045,212 ; June 23. 

Bosqui, Francis L., assignor to Rhokana Corporation Lim- 
ited, N'Kana, Northern Rhodesia. Production of ferro- 
cobalt. 2,051,433 ; Aug. 18. 

Bosqui, Frances L., assignor to Rhokana Corporation Lim- 
ited, N'Kana, Northern Rhodesia. Manufacture of 
ferrocobalt. 2,058,126 ; Oct. 20. 

Boss, Edward C, Pittsburgh, Pa. Machine construction. 
2.052,600 ; Sept. 1. 

Boss, John W., Livingston, Mont. Production of chromic 
acid. 2,055,961 ; Sept. 29. 

Bo.ss, John W., Livingston, Mont. Apparatus for produc- 
tion of chromic acid and caustic alkali. 2,055,962 : 
Sept. 29. 



Boss, John W., Livingston, Mont. Making thick deposits 
of electrolytic chromium and the separation thereof 
from the cathode surface. 2,055,963 ; Sept. 29. 

Bossart, Paul N. (See Whitelock, L. D., Bossart, Place, 
and Sorenson.) 

Bossart, Paul N., assignor to The Union Switch & Signal 
Company, Swissvale, Pa. Electrical amplifier. 
2,029,354; Feb. 4. 

Bossart, Paul N., assignor to The Union Switch & Signal 
Company, Swissvale, Pa. Apparatus for railway train 
signaling systems. 2.038,635 ; Apr. 28. 

Bossart, Paul N., assignor to The Union Switch & Signal 
Company, Swissvale, Pa. Railway communicating sys- 
tem. 2,064,640 ; Dec. 15. 

Bossart, Paul N., (iheswick, assignor to The Union Switch 
& Signal Company, Swissvale, Pa. Apparatus for rail- 
way train communication systems. 2,064,641 ; Dec. 15. 

Bossart, Paul N., Cheswick, assignor to The Union Switch 
& Signal Company, Swissvale, Pa. Railway train com- 
munication system. 2,064,642 ; Dec. 15. 

Bossart, Paul N., Cheswick. assignor to The Union Switch 
& Signal Company, Swissvale, Fa. Apparatus for rail- 
way train communication. 2,064.643 ; Dec. 15. 

Bossert Company. (See Clement, Walter J., assignor.) 

Bossert Company, The. (See Seitz, Charles, assignor.) 

Bossert, Brwin. (See Schrader, H., and Bossert.) 

Bossert, Paul N., assignor to The Union Switch fc Signal 
Company, Swissvale, Pa. Apparatus for railway train 
communication systems. 2,040,198 ; May 12. 

Bosshard, John J. (See Attick, P. E., and Bosshard.) 

Bosshart, Jakob, Riehen, near Basel, and F. Dobler, as- 
signors to the firm of J. R. Geigy A. G., Basel, Switzer- 
land. Conversion products of azo dyestuffis and their 
production. 2,061,545 ; Nov. 24. 

Bossie, Charles S., assignor to Perfection Appliances, Inc., 
New York, N. Y. Washing machine. 2,033,607 ; Mar. 10, 

Bostian, Irvin, Philadelphia, Pa. . Electric switch. 
2,058,661 : Oct. 27. 

Bostic. Ralph R., Los Angeles, Calif. Headlight. 
2,064,880 : Dec. 22. 

Boston Blacking & Chemical Co. (See Brother, George 
H., assignor.) 

Boston Blacking & Chemical Co. (See Macdonald, Alexan- 
der D., assignor.) 

Boston Blacking & Chemical Co.. (See Nash, Russell K., 
assignor.) 

Boston Blacking & Chemical Co. (See Wedger, Walter 
H., assignor.) 

Boston Clip & Tag Company. (See Hall, William K, as- 
signor.) 

Boston Envelope Company. (See Henry, Shala W., as- 
signor. ) 

Boston Gear Works, Inc. (See Bestoso, Napoleon S., as- 
signor. ) 

Boston Gear Works, Inc. (See Schumb, Martin T., as- 
signor.) 

Boston Machine Works Company. (See Baker, M., and 
Hallgren, assignors.) 

Boston Machine Works Company. (See Osgood, Walter P., 
assignor.) 

Boston Machine Works Company. (See Parvin, Albert M., 
assignor.) 

Boston Machine Works Company. (See Whelpley, Lloy 
E., assignor.) 

Boston Wire Stitcher Company. (See Bickford, Herbert 
A., assignor.) 

Boston Wire Stitcher Company. (See Cavanagh, John F., 
assignor.) 

Boston Wire Stitcher Company. (See Maynard, Arthur H., 
assignor.) 

Boston Wire Stitcher Company. (See Maynard, A. H., and 
Harred. assignors.) 

Boston Wire Stitcher Company. (See McClure, Harry T., 
assignor.) 

Bostwick, George L. (See Nold, J. H., and Bostwick.) 

Bostwick-Goodell Company, The. (See Goodell, I. Welton, 
assignor.) 

Bostwick, Henry C, assignor to The Akron Standard Mold 
Co., Akron, Ohio. Collapsible tire-band form. 2,042,498 ; 
June 2. 

Bostwick, Henry C, Coventry Township, Summit County, 
assignor to The Akron Standard Mold Company, Akron, 
Ohio. Adjustable tire building drum. 2.048,536 ; July 
21. 

Bostwick. Myron A., Spokane, Wash., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pitts- 
burgh. Pa. Direct trip device. 2,027,221 ; Jan. 7. 

Bostwick, Myron A., North Arlington, N. J., assignor to 
Westingbouse Electric & Manufacturing Company, East 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Network protector. 2,044,148 ; June 
16. 

Bostwick, Myron A., North Arlington, N. J., assignor to 
Westinshouse Electric & Manufacturing Company, East 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Directional relay. 2,053,416 ; Sept. 8. 

Boswau, Hans P., Gallon, Ohio, assignor to The North 
Electric Mfg. Company. Supervisory control system. 
2.059,204 ; Nov. 3. 

Boswell. Maitland C, Toronto. Ontario. Canada. Prepar- 
ing a catalyst for the reduction of sulphur dioxide. 
2.026,819 ; Jan. 7. 

Boswell. Maitland C, and G. P. Beal, Toronto. Ontario, 
Canada. Separating sulphur dioxide from gaseous mix- 
tures. 2.047,819 ; July 14. 

Bosworth. Luther L., San Diego, Calif. Dental instrument. 
2,056.417 : Oct. 6. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1936 



BosTvorth, Thomas E., Providence, R. I., assignor to 
Universal Optical Corporation. Ophthalmic mounting. 
2,047.938 ; July 21. 

Both, Tonjes A., Stratford, assignor to The Bryant Elec- 
tric Company, Bridgeport, Conn. Electric switch. 
2,050,918 ; Aug. 11. 

Botley, Eichard M. (See Hoyt, S. T., and Botley.) 

Bott, Angolo L. (See Yannes. Stephen E., assignor.) 

Bott, George R., assignor to Norma-Hoffman Bearing Cor- 
poration, Stamford, Conn. Retainer for antifriction 
bearings. 2,038,095 ; Apr. 21. 

Bott, George R., assignor to Norma-HofEman Bearings 
Corporation, Stamford, Conn. Journal bearing. 
2,062,290 : Dec. 1. 

Botten, Henry W., Shaker Heights, assignor to The Owen 
Bucket Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Grapple. 2,052,211 ; 
Aug. 25. 

Botticher, Beinhold. (See Hessenland, M., and B5t- 
ticlier.) 

Bottker, Viggo, and B. Grondahl, assignors to Alaskan 
Glacier Sea Food Company, Seattle, Wash. Shrimp- 
shelling machine. 2,034,691 ; Mar. 24. 

Bottle, Edward K., Elmira, N. Y., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to American Sales Book Company, Inc. 
Record. 2,047,947; July 21. 

Bottoms, Robert R., assignor to The Girdler Corporation, 
Louisville, Ky. Recovering acidic gases from gaseous 
mixtures. 2,031,632 ; Feb. 25. 

Bottoms, Robert R., assignor to The Girdler Corporation, 
Louisville, Ky. N-hydroxy-aminoalkyl substituted alkyl- 
ene diamines. 2,046,720 ; July 7. 

Bottoms, Robert R., assignor to The Girdler Corporation, 
Louisville, Ky. Separating acidic gases. 2,065,112 ; 
Dec. 22. 

Bottoms, Robert R., assignor to The Girdler Corporation, 
Louisville, Ky. Producing lower aliphatic amino alco- 
hols. 2,065,113 ; Dec. 22. 

Botts, John M., Jenkintown, Pa. Weltless, full-fashioned 
hosiery and method of manufacture therefor. 2,042,582 ; 
June 2. 

Bouchard, Blanche B. (See Du Grenier, Francis C, as- 
signor.) 

Bouchard, Frank M., St. Elmo, Ala. Tooth brush and 
tooth paste holder. 2,065,641 ; Dec. 29. 

Bouchard, Samuel E., assignor to Bausch & Lomb Optical 
Company, Rochester, N. Y. Machine for assembling 
ophthalmic mountings. 2,033,608 ; Mar. 10. 

Bouchard, Samuel E., assignor to Bausch & Lomb Optical 
Company, Rochester, N. Y. Ophthalmic mounting. 
2,035,785 ; Mar. 31. 

Bouchard, Samuel E., assignor to Bausch & Lomb Optical 
Company, Rochester, N. Y. Goggles. 2,064,812 ; Dec. 
22. 

Boucher, Marcel, Eltingville, Staten Island, N. Y. Brooch 
assemblage. 2,034,128 ; Mar. 17. 

Boucher, Marcel, Eltingville, Staten Island, N. Y. Brooch 
assemblage. 2,034,129 ; Mar. 17. 

Boucher, Marcel, Eltingville, assignor to Mazer Bros., 
New York, N. Y. Article of jewelry. 2,032,907 ; Mar. 3. 

Boucher, Marcel, Eltingville, assignor to Mazer Bros., 
New York, N. Y. Article of jewelry. 2,032,908 ; Mar. 3. 

Boudin, Louis, St. Gobain, France, assignor to Soci^tS 
Anonyme des Manufactures des Glaces & Produits 
Chimiques de Saint Gobain, Chauny & Cirey. Apparatus 
for the continuous manufacture of sheet glass. 
2,052,212 ; Aug. 25. 

Boudreau, Anthony P. J., Stewart Manor, assignor to The 
Western Union Telegraph Company, New York, N. Y. 
Signal relay system. 2,060,549 ; Nov. 10. 

Bouget, Yves A., West Orange, N. J., assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Strand handling apparatus. 2,050,243 ; Aug. 11. 

Bouget, Yves A., West Orange, and D. V. Waters, South 
Orange, N. J., assignors to Western Electric Company, 
Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Apparatus for handling 
strands. 2,041,812 ; May 26. 

Bouget, Yves A., West Orange, and P. M. Malhiot, Wood- 
Ridge, N. J., assignors to Western Electric Company, 
Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Combination material 
working machine. 2,049,191 ; July 28. 

Boughton, Edward B., assignor to Lockheed Hydraulic 
Brake Company, Limited, London, England. Hydrauli- 
cally or liquid pressure operated brake. 2,031,360 ; 
Feb. 18. 

Boughton, Edward B., London, and G. Van Vestraut, Leam- 
ington Spa, assignors to Automotive Products Company, 
Limited, London, England. Automotive brake. 
2,030,848; Feb. 18. 

Boughton, Edward B., and J. Rodway, assignors to Lock- 
heed Hydraulic Brake Company Limited, London, Eng- 
land. Liquid pressure braking means for vehicles. 
2,037,494 ; Apr. 14. 

Boughton, Willis A., Cambridge, and W. R. Mansfield, Bos- 
ton, assignors to New England Mica Co., Waltham, Mass. 
Bonded product with long temperature range binders. 
2,054,356 ; Sept. 15. 

Bouhuys, Aleidus G., assignor to American Enka Cor- 
poration, Enka, N. C. Treatment of artificial silk fila- 
ments. 2,039,279 ; May 5. 

Boulade, Jean L., Alturas, Calif. Automatic loading and 
dumping washer. 2,046,607 ; July 7. 

Boulanger, Loui.s, Brussels, and F. Emsens, Lommel, Bel- 
gium. Cracking tar and bituminous schist oils with 
recovery of by-products. 2,027,464 ; Jan. 14. 



Boulton, George, Rochester. N. Y., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Edge-bur- 
nishing machine. 2,050,264 ; Aug. 11. 

Boulton, Harold S., Chicago, III. Floor machine. 
2,065.560 : Dec. 29. 

Boulton Paul Aircraft Limited. (See North, John D., as- 
signor.) 

Bourdon, Pierre M., Paris, assignor to Michelin et Cle, 
Clermont-Ferrand, Prance. Safety device for tires. 
2,045,341 ; June 23. 

Bourdon, Pierre M., Paris, assignor to Michelin et Cle., 
Clermont-Ferrand, France. Tire pressure gauge. 
2,058,557 ; Oct. 27. 

Bourges, Fernand A. (See Tynan, John E., assignor.) 

Bourges, Fernand A., New York, N. Y. Photographic ap- 
paratus. 2,027,369; Jan. 14. 

Bourland, Eli, Jersey City, N. J., assignor to Continental 
Can Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. Dispensing con- 
tainer. 2,029,219 ; Jan. 28. 

Bourland, Eli, Jersey City, N. J., assignor to Continental 
Can Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. Dispensing con- 
tainer. 2,046,934; July 7. 

Bourn, Harry H., Waukesha, Wis. Gate or door fastener. 
2,036,679 ; Apr. 7. 

Bourn, Harry H., Waukesha, Wis. Harness attachment. 
2,041,044; May 19. 

Bourn, Harry H., Waukesha, Wis. Automatic choke re- 
lease. 2,052,601 ; Sept. 1. 

Bourn, Leslie E. A., Ashford, assignor to The John Comp- 
ton Organ Company, Limited, London, England. Elec- 
trical musical instrument. 2,032,044 ; Feb. 25. 

Bourne, Roland B., assignor to The Maxim Silencer Com- 
pany, Hartford, Conn. Sound attenuating device. 
2,043,030; June 2. 

Bourne, Roland B., assignor to The Maxim Silencer Com- 
pany, Hartford, Conn. Sound attenuating device. 
2,043,731 ; June 9. 

Bourne, Roland B., assignor to The Maxim Silencer Com- 
pany, Hartford, Conn. Sound attenuationg device. 
2,051,515 ; Aug. 18. 

Bourne, Stanley E. (See Collins, R. D., Reid, and Bourne.) 

Bourque, Joseph E., Hartford, Conn. Direction indicator 
for motor vehicles. 2,050,081 ; Aug. 4. 

Bourquin, Charles M. (See Foehrenhach, A. F. Shoup, 
Bourquin, and Shoup.) 

Bousquet, Edward N. (See Schwendt, B. J., Bousquet, and 
Diffenbacher.) 

Bousquet, Euclid W. (See Austin, P. R., and Bousquet.) 

Bousquet, Euclid W., assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours 
& Company, Wilmington, Del. Preparing hydroaro- 
matic alcohols. 2,037,876 ; Apr. 21. 

Bousquet, Euclid W., G. D. Graves, and P. L. Salzberg, 
Wilmington, Del., assignors, by mesne assignments, to 
The GrasselU Chemical Company, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Parasiticide. 2,030.093 ; Feb. 11. 

Bouton, Edgar M., administrator. (See Keiper, P. C, and 
Lewis.) 

Bouton, Edgar M., East Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. System 
of control. 2,057,511 ; Oct. 13. 

Bouton, Edgar M., and H. W. Williams, assignors to West- 
inghouse Electric Elevator Company, Chicago, 111. Ele- 
vator control system. 2,046,721 ; July 7. 

Bouton, Edgar M., W. A. Clark, and H. W. Williams, as- 
signors to Westinghouse Electric Elevator Company, 
Chicago, 111. Elevator control system. 2,046,722 ; 
July 7. 

Bouton, George M., Lynbrook, N. Y., and E. E. Schu- 
macher, Maplewood, N. J., assignors to Bell Telephone 
Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Maintain- 
ing cable sheath. 2,044,763 ; June 23. 

Bouwers, Albert, assignor to N. V. Philips' Gloeilampen- 
fabrieken, Eindhoven, Netherlands. X-ray apparatus. 
2,053,176 ; Sept. 1. 

Bouwers, Albert, Eindhoven, Netherlands, and II. Halber- 
stadt, Hamburg, Germany, assignors to N. V. Philips' 
Gloeilampenfahrieken, Eindhoven, Netherlands. X-ray 
tube. 2,046,808 ; July 7. 

Bouwers, Albert, and W. H. Boldingh, assignors, by mesne 
assignments, to F. V. Philips Gloeilampenfahrieken Eind- 
hoven, Netherlands. Apparatus and method for making 
X-ray pictures. 2,054,493 : Sept. 15. 

Bouwers, Albert, and W. H. Boldingh, assignors, by mesne 
assignments, to N. V. Philips' (iloeilampenfabrieken, 
Eindhoven, Netherlands. Method and device for measur- 
ing thicknesses with penetrating rays. 2,057,325 ; Oct. 
13. 

Bovaird and Company. (See Gibson, Jesse G., assignor.) 

Bovard, Floyd G., Akron, assignor to The Ohio Brass Com- 
pany, Mansfield, Ohio. Conductor clamp. 2,028,894 ; 
Jan. 28. 

Bovnrd, Floyd G., Akron, assignor to The Ohio Brass 
Company, Mansfield, Ohio. Spring support for con- 
ductors. 2,028,895 ; Jan. 28. 

Bovard, Floyd G., Akron, assignor to The Ohio Brass Com- 
pany, Mansfield, Ohio. Cable clamp attachment. 
2,031,203 ; Feb. 18. 

Bovard, Floyd G.. Akron, assignor to The Ohio Brass Com- 
pany, Mansfield, Ohio. Conductor support. 2,047,994 ; 
July 21. 

Bovard, Floyd G., Akron, assignor to The Ohio Brass Com- 
pany, Mansfield, Ohio. Cable hanger. 2,058,558 ; 
Oct. 27. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



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Bovler, Archie M., Elniira, N. Y., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to American Sales Book Company, Inc. Com- 
posite traveler record. 2,046,544 ; July 7. 

Bowden, Foster S., Johnstown, Pa. Four-in-hand necktie. 
2,056,443 ; Oct. 6. 

Bowen. Albert H., assignor to I. F. Laucks, Inc., Seattle, 
Wash. Synthetic pnenol resin adhesive. 2,064,410 ; 
Dec. 15. 

Bowen, Clinton A., assignor to Corning Glass Works, Corn- 
ing, N. Y. Furnace. 2,029,052 ; Jan. 28. 

Bowen, Edgar E. W., Bethesda, Md. Expansible mold. 
2,061,137 ; Nov. 17. 

Bowen, Edson E., Greenwich, assignor to The Fate-Root- 
Heath Companv, Plymouth, Ohio. Tractor plow. 
2,030,567 ; Feb. 11. 

Bowen, George W., Jr. (See Masterson, I., (and Dorman, 
assignor.) 

Bowen, Herbert C. (See Oliver, W. F., Bowen, and 
Loweke.) 

Bowen, Herbert C, assignor to Hydraulic Brake Company, 
Detroit, Mich. Compound cylinder. 2,027,267 ; Jan. 7. 

Bowen, Herbert C, Detroit, Mich., assignor to Hydraulic 
Brake Company, Los Angeles, Calif. Brake. 2,037,455 ; 
Apr. 14. 

Bowen, Herbert C, assignor to Hydraulic Brake Com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. Steering apparatus. 2,049,192 ; 
July 28. 

Bowen, Herbert C, assignor to Hydraulic Brake Com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. Compensating master cylinder. 
2,060,846 ; Nov. 17. 

Bowen, Herbert C, assignor to Hydraulic Brake Company, 
Detroit, Mich. Sealing means. 2,060,847 ; Nov. 17. 

Bowen, Herbert C, assignor to Hydraulic Brake Com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. Hydraulic brake. 2,065,044 ; Dec. 
22. 

Bowen, James, Manheim, assignor to C. Bond, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. Shock absorbing caster. 2,040,121 ; May 12. 

Bowen, James, Manheim, assignor to C. Bond, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. Caster control mechanism for movable trucks 
and the like. 2,046,105 ; June 30. 

Bowen, Kenneth H., assignor to Columbian Kope Com- 
pany, Auburn, N. Y. Abrasive supporting member and 
producing same. 2,032,249 ; Feb. 25. 

Bowen, Lester W., assgnor to Trans-Lux Daylight Picture 
Screen Corporation, New York, N. Y. Projection appa- 
ratus. 2,031,361 ; Feb. 18. 

Bowen, Martin D., Savanna, 111. Roadway machine. 

2.027.628 ; Jan. 14. 

Bowen. Martin D., Savanna, 111. Roadway machine. 

2.027.629 ; Jan. 14. 

Bowen, Martin D.. Savanna, 111. Roadway machine. 

2.027.630 : Jan. 14. 

Bowen, Merlin L. (See Hansen, W. 0., and Bowen.) 

Bowen, S. R., Company. (See Phipps, John T., assignor.) 

Bowen, William S., Westfield, N. J. Fan and motor con- 
struction. 2,031,688 ; Feb. 25. 

Bowen, William S., Westfield, N. J. Fluid treating mecha- 
nism and method. 2,060,166 ; Nov. 10. 

Bowen. William S.. Westfield, N. J. Supercharging mech- 
anish. 2,062,859 : Dec. 1. 

Bower, Bert H., Gloversville, N. Y. Leather product and 
producing it. 2,032,250 : Feb. 25. 

Bower, Charles L., Seattle, Wash. Log gripping calk 
plate. 2,045,066 ; June 23. 

Bower, Frank A. (See de Jahn, Fredrik W., assignor.) 

Bower, Jerome G., New York, N. Y., assignor to The Buck- 
eye Steel Castings Company, Columbus, Ohio. Car un- 
derframe. 2,054.372 ; Sept. 15. 

Bower, Jerome G., New York, N. Y., assignor to The Buck- 
eye Steel Castings Company, Columbus, Ohio. Railway 
car truck. 2,060,550; Nov. 10. 

Bower, Raymond G. (See Rowland, D. P., and Bower.) 

Bower. Raymond G., Detroit, Mich. Case shift mecha- 
nism. 2.050,037; Aug. 4. 

Bower, William L., assignor to James Neill & Company 
(Sheffield) Limited, Sheffield, En,gland. Work holder. 
2,053,177 ; Sept. 1. 

Bowers, Andrew F., et al. (See Smith, Alva T., assignor.) 

Bowers. Charley, assignor of five per cent to W. Saal, 
New York. N. Y. Changeable electric light device. 
2.041,589 ; May 19. 

Bowers. Frank. (See Brelsford, H. E., Howse, and 
Bowers.) 

Bowers, Frederick M., Chester, Pa. Filter glass holder. 
2 055,117 ; Sept. 22. 

Bowers. Herbert L., Long Island Clt.v, N. Y., assignor to 
The Perniutit Company (1934), Wilmington, Del. Brine 
recovery apparatus for water softeners. 2,065,962 ; 
Dec. 29. 

Bowers. Lvle W., Cleveland, Ohio. Conveyer system. 
2.052,748; Sept. 1. 

Bowers, Oliver 0., Cape Girardeau. Mo. Lining bolder for 
automobile bodies. 2,036.390 ; Apr. 7. 

Bowers. Townes L., Waco, Tex. Hand truck. 2,028,133 ; 
Jan. 21. 

Bowers, Whitefield, Michigan City, Ind. Razor assembly. 
2,064,102 : Dec. 15. 

Bowersox, Josenh W., Chicago, 111. Machine for quilting 
mattress borders. 2.059,845 : Nov. 3. 

Bowes, Theodore J., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Andrew McLean Company, Passaic, N. J. Treating up- 
holstery and floor covering materials. 2,055,464 ; Sep* 
29. 



Bowes, Urban E., Toledo, Ohio, assignor to Owens-Illinois 
Glass Company. Method and apparatus for surface 
treating glass containers. 2,046,302 ; June 30. 

Bowie, Clifford P., Berkeley, Calif. Mud lining oil and 
gas wells. 2,033,509 ; Mar. 10. 

Bowker, William, Newark, N. J., assignor to Celluloid Cor- 
poration. Coloring thermoplastic material. 2,054,848 ; 
Sept. 22. 

Bowker, William, Newark, and B. Andersen, Maplewood, 
N. J., assignors to Celluloid Corporation. Cellulose 
acetate material for playing cards, etc. 2,052,602 ; 
SeiJt. 1. 

Bowlby, Walter D., assignor to Hercules Powder Company, 
Wilmington, Del. Undercoat for lacquers and lacquered 
material. 2,028.189 ; Jan. 21. 

Bowlby, Walter D., assignor to Hercules Powder Com- 
pany. Wilmington, Del. Chlorinated rubber coating 
composition. 2,057,999 ; Oct. 20. 

Bowler, Ernest C, Jr., assignor to Maine Casket Com- 
pany, Inc., Portland, Maine. Removable interior for 
burial cases. 2,044,967 ; June 23. 

Bowles, Edward L., Wellesley Farms, Mass. Electric 
meter. 2,029,355 ; Feb. 4. 

Bowles, Edward L., Wellesley Farms, Mass. Measuring 
dynamic characteristics. 2,031,924 ; Feb. 25. 

Bowles, Edward L., Wellesley Farms, Mass. Measuring 
dynamic characteristics. 2,031,925 ; Feb. 25. 

Bowles, Edward L., Wellesley Farms, Mass. Electric 
meter. 2,031,926 ; Feb. 25. 

Bowles, Edward L., Wellesley Fai'ms, Mass. Group-ad- 
dress system. 2,063,224 ; Dec. 8. 

Bowles, Edward L., Wellesley Farms, Mass. Phonograph 
pick-up. 2,063,225 ; Dec. 8. 

Bowles, Edward L., Watertown, Mass. Measuring dy- 
namic characteristics. 2,031,923 ; Feb. 25. 

Bowles, Edward L., Wellesley Farms, and G. H. B. Smith, 
Jr., Boston, assignors to F. B. Hopewell, Newton, Mass., 
trustee. Electro-dynamic apparatus. 2.036,252 : Apr. 7. 

Bowling, Leonard C, Houston, Tex. Deep well pump. 
2,051,243; Aug. 18. 

Bowlus, Benjamin H. (See Andersen, A. C. and Bowlus.) 

Bowlus, Claude A., Birmingham, Mich. Electric arc weld- 
ing electrode holder. 2,060,606 ; Nov. 10. 

Bowly, Heyward W. (See Campbell, T. C, Wheeler, and 
Bowly.) 

Bowman, Edward J., Anaconda, Mont. Rock drill. 
2,037,307 ; Apr. 14. 

Bowman, Glenn A., and C. W. Robertshaw, Greensburg, 
assignor to Robertshaw Thermistat Company, Young- 
wood, Pa. Thermostatic controls for liquid fuel burn- 
ers. 2,038,264 ; Apr. 21. 

Bowman, John M., assignor to Philadelphia Storage Bat- 
tery Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Radio tube socket. 
2,035,295; Mar. 24. 

Bowman, John M., assignor to Philadelphia Storage Bat- 
tery Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Resistor connecter 
device. 2,045,362 ; June 23. 

Bowman, John M., assignor to Philco Radio & Tele- 
vision Corporation, Philadelphia, Pa. Shielding device. 
•2,063,786 ; Dec. 8. 

Bowman, Louis, G., assignor to Lewis Invisible Stitch 
Machine Company, St. Louis, Mo. Automatic tension 
release for blind stitch sewing machines. 2,064,881 ; 
Dec. 22. 

Bowman, Oliver S., Colorado Springs, Colo. Waterproof 
and fireproof floor construction. 2,031,249 ; Feb. 18. 

Bowman, Robert L., Chaska, Minn. Road sander for ve- 
hicles. 2.063,294 ; Dec. 8. 

Bowman, William A., Pittsburgh, Pa. Liquid dispensing 
device. 2,051.981 ; Aug. 25. 

Bown, Ralph, Maplewood, N. J., assignor to American 
Telephone and Telegraph Company. Synchronizing sys- 
tem. 2.0,37,847 : Apr. 21. 

Bown, Ralph, Maplewood, N. J., assignor to American Tele- 
phone and Telegraph Company. Selective signaling 
system. 2,040.462 ; May 12. 

Bown, Ralph, Maplewood, N. J., assignor to American 
Telephone and Telegraph Company. Iterative telegraph 
system. 2,050,265 ; Aug. 11. 

Bowne, Langford J., Howard Beach, assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Alarm system. 2,029,699 ; Feb. 4. 

Bowne, Langford J., Howard Beach, assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Tele- 
phone line system. 2,055,647 ; Sept. 29. 

Bowser, Harley O., South Bend, Ind. Air hose coupling 
for tires. 2,027,956 ; Jan. 14. 

Bowser, Percy L. (See Flammang, J., Bowser, and Ernst.) 

Bowser, S. F., & Company. (See Carroll, William M., as- 
signor.) 

Bowser, S. F., & Company. (See Griffith, Clement P., as- 
signor.) 

Bowser, S. F., Company. (See Lanser, Alfred, assignor.) 

Bowser, g. F., & Company. (See Renfrew, Paul B., as- 
signor.) 

Bowser, S. F., & Company. (See Renfrew, P. B., and 
Marsh. a.«:signors.) 

Bowser, S. F. & Company, Inc. (See Cook, J. F., Jr., and 
Moore, as.signors.) 

Bowser, Walter B. (See Callahan, James T., assignor.) 

Boyajian, Aram, Pittsfield, Mass., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Electric circuit control means. 
2,040,684 ; May 12. 



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Boyce, Erskine E., assignor to The Boysell Company, Gas- 
tonia, N. C. Multiple needle sewing machine. 2,040,427 ; 
May 12. 

Boyce, James C. H. (See Farrow, William T. and L., 
and Boyce.) 

Boyce, Leonard D. (See Ericson, G. R., and Boyce.) 

Boyce, Leonard D., Maplewood, Mo. Window control de- 
vice for automobiles and other traveling vehicles. 
2,030,849 ; Feb. 18. 

Boyce, Leonard D., Maplewood, Mo. Internal combustion 
engine. 2,045,829 ; June 30. 

Boyce, Leonard U., Maplewood, assignor to Carter Car 
buretor Corporation, St. Louis, Mo. Carburetor, 
2,048,727 ; July 28. 

Boyce, William S., Chicago, 111. Tie plate. 2,038,919 
Apr. 28. 

Boyce, William S., Chicago, 111. Tie plate. 2,038,922 
Apr. 28. 

Boyd, Arthur L., Brockton, Mass. Apparatus for eye 
testing. 2,057,412; Oct. 13. 

Boyd, Charles B. (See Richardson, Sidney, assignor.) 

Boyd, James, Denver, Colo., and B. E. Moritz, Jr., Chi- 
cago, 111. Measuring earth resistances. 2,036,193 ; 
Apr. 7. 

Boyd, James H., Jr., assignor to The Atlantic Refining 
Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Treatment of hydrocar- 
bons. 2,042,452 : June 2. 

Boyd, James K., Wilkinsburg, and F. F. Slick, North 
Braddock, Pa. Tie-plate. 2,051,982 ; Aug. 25. 

Boyd, Kenneth M., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Scale Models, Inc., Chicago, 111. Truck bolster for model 
railways. 2,062,965; Dec. 1. 

Boyd, Maurice C, et al. (See Dietz, Valentine, assignor.) 

Boy6, Alrretl, Paris, France. Automatic telephone ap- 
paratus. 2,043,526; June 9. 

Boyer, Arthur L. (See Pitt, Samuel, assignor.) 

Boyer, Clifford F., and G. W. Fouke, assignors to Kwick- 
Kut Manufacturing Co., Inc., St. Louis, Mo. Tire groov- 
er. 2,031,028 ; Feb. 18. 

Boyer, Edward B. (See Boyer, Horace R., and E. B.) 

Boyer, Horace K. and E. B., Philadelphia, Pa. Sanding 
device. 2,033,322 ; Mar. 10. 

Boyer, Sylvester, and L. F. Parmenter, Portand, Maine, as- 
signor to S. D. Warren Company, Boston, Mass. Paper 
coating. 2,051,403; Aug. 18. 

Boyer, Walton T., Stamford, Conn. Alloy and making 
same. 2.050,266; Aug. 11. 

Boykin, Burwell, Jr. (See Pranger, A., and Boykin.) 

Boykin, Burwell, Jr., Beaumont, Tex. Water cooled brake 
for driiw works. 2,051,286; Aug. 18. 

Boykin, Burwell, Jr., Beaumont, Tex., assignor to Inter- 
national Derrick & Equipment Company. Oil field 
rotary. 2,044,203 ; June 16. 

Boyko, Emil, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. Trap 
hook. 2,041,634 ; May 19. 

Boykow, Johann M., Berlin-Llchterfelde, Germany. Ap- 
paratus for finding the course along anv definite great 
circle. 2,039,878 ; May 5. 

Boykow, Johann M., Berlin-Lichterfelde, Germany. Gyro- 
scopic pendulum. 2,046,998 ; July 7. 

Boykow, Johann M., Berlin-Lichterfelde-West, assignor to 
Deutsche Luftfahrt-und Handels-Aktien-Gesellscbaft 
Berlin, Germany. Inclination responsive device for air 
craft. 2,029,700 ; Feb. 4. 

Boyle, Cluster, Cambridge, Ohio. Pants presser 
2,034,130 ; Mar. 17. 

Boyle, Edward D., New York, N. Y. Apparatus for mold- 
ing material. 2,047,356 ; July 14. 

Boyle, John R., assignor to Illinois Testing Laboratories 
Inc., Chicago, 111. Air velocity meter. 2,060,848 ; Nov 
17. 

Boyle Manufacturing Company. (See Rollason, Charles H. 
assignor.) 

Boyle Motor Products Company. (See Olenick, Steve E. 
assignor.) 

Boyle, Robert S. (See Glomb, John S., assignor.) 

Boyle, William B., Madison, N. J., assignor to Spaulding 
Fibre Co. Inc., Tonawanda, N. Y. Producing abrasion 
resisting guards. 2,053,811 ; Sept. 8. 

Boyle, William E., and G. M. Van Lear, Madison, N. J., 
assignors to Spaulding Fibre Co. Inc., Tonawanda, N. Y. 
Method of and equipment for producing abrasion re- 
sisting covering for conductors. 2,065,561 ; Dec. 29. 

Boyles. David S., assignor to National Wire Goods Manu- 
facturing Company, Rock Hill, S. C. Machine for mak- 
ing wire garment hangers. 2,059.771 : Nov. 3. 

Boyles, Edgar R Hartford City, and C. R. Moon, Muncie, 
assignors to J. R. Johnston, Jr., Hartford City, Ind. 
Producing concave crystals. 2,057,763 ; Oct. 20. 

Boynton, Alexander, San Antonio, Tex. Lifting liquids. 
2,042,583 : .Tune 2. 

Boynton, Alexander, assignor to C. A. Beatty, San An- 
tonio, Tex. Pneumatic piston pump. 2,054,924 ; Sept. 

Boynton, Alexander, assignor to C. A. Beatty, San Antonio, 
Tex. Pressure relief valve. 2,055,465 ; Sept. 29. 

Boynton, Arthur J., Winnetka, assignor to H. A. Brassert 
& Company, Chicago, 111. Apparatus for burning fuel. 
2,031,757 : Feb. 25. 

Boynton, Arthur J., assignor to H. A. Brassert & Companv, 
Chicago, 111. Determining the oxygen content of gases. 
2,036.251 : Apr. 7. 

Boys, Charles V., London, England. Gas delivery appara- 
tus. 2,040,199 ; May 12. 

Boysell Company, The. (See Boyce, Erskine E., assignor.) 



Core drilling apparatus, 
case. 2,042,699 ; 
Heating 



Bozeman, John P., Houston, Tex. 
2,046,106 ; June 30. 

Bozin, Zorn L., Gary, Ind. Beach 
June 2. 

Braach, Paul, Siegen in Westphalia, Germany, 
liquids. 2,059,623 ; Nov. 3. 

Braasch, Frederick W., assignor to Sheboygan Chair Com- 
pany, Sheboygan, Wis. Chair structure. 2,028,128; 
Jan. 21. 

Braaten, Arthur M., Riverhead, N. Y., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Oscillation generator. 
2,051,936 ; Aug. 25. 

Braaten, Arthur M., Riverhead, N. Y., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Constant frequency oscilla- 
tion generator. 2,058,559; Oct. 27. 

Braaten, Arthur M., Riverhead, N. Y., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Constant "frequency generator. 
2,066,027 : Dec. 29. 

Brabender, Carl W., Duisburg, Germany. Apparatus for 
the determination of moisture. 2,047,765 ; July 14. 

Brace, Edwin T., assignor to The Buckeye Incubator Man- 
ufacturing Company, Springfield, Ohio. Incubation. 
2,060,411 ; Nov. 10. 

Brace, Kemper P., New York, N. Y. Air conditioning 
unit. 2,058,405 ; Oct. 27. 

Brace-Lapham Engineering Corporation. (See Lapham, 
De Forest A., assignor.) 

Brace, Porter H., Forest Hills, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pittsburgh, 
Pa. Arc welding apparatus. 2,053,417 ; Sept. 8. 

Bracewell, Russell S., South Hadley, Mass. Apparatus 
for treating paper. 2,063,887 ; Dec. 15. 

Bracewell, Russell S., South Hadley, Mass. Treating 
pyroxylin coated paper to eliminate curl. 2,063,888 ; 
Dec. 15. 

Brach, Leon S;, East Orange, N. J. Condition indicating 
means for fuses. 2,037,062 ; Apr. 14. 

Brack, John D., Sulphur, La. Core taking device for wells. 
2,055,648 ; Sept. 29. 

Brack, John D., assignor to Louisiana Supply Company, 
Sulphur, La. Direction changing drilling device, 
2,061,317 ; Nov, 17, 

Brack, John D., Sulphur, La., and H. F. Whiton, New 
York, N. Y. Drill hole deflector. 2,061,316; Nov. 17, 

Bracken, Stanley, La Grange, and M. T. Goetz, as- 
signors to Teletype Corporation, Chicago, 111. Keyboard 
perforator and counter. 2,043,231; June 9. 

Brackensey, Auguste H., London, England. Illuminated 
sign. 2,049,942 ; Aug. 4. 

Brackett, Clare L. (See StoU, Albert, assignor.) 

Brackett Manufacturing Co. (See Pollard, Joseph F., as- 
signor. ) 

Brackett, Newell, Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to Crane 
Packing Company. Packing for doors. 2,062,261 ; 
Nov. 24. 

Brackett Stripping Machine Company, The. (See 
Daneke, D., and Williams, assignors.) 

Brackett, William S. (See Graham, R. N., and Brackett.) 

Bradbury, Walter W., St. Louis, Mo., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Wood 
heel concaving machine. 2,038.636 ; Apr. 28. 

Bradbury, Walter W., St. Louis, Mo., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Scouring 
machine. 2.057,290 ; Oct. 13. 

Bradbury, William T. (See Kahn, B. B., and Bradbury.) 

Bradbury, William T. assignor to The Estate Stove Com- 
pany, Hamilton, Ohio. Electric range. 2,055,246 ; Sept. 
22. 

Bradbury, William T., Kanlcakee, 111., assignor to Florence 
Stove Company, (Jardner, Mass. Heater or stove con- 
struction. 2,055,995 ; Sept. 29. 

Bradbury, William T., Kankakee, 111., assignor to Flor- 
ence Stove Company, Boston, Mass. Fuel supply appa- 
ratus for oil burners. 2,061,138 ; Nov. 17. 

Bradbury, William T., Kankakee, 111., assignor to Florence 
Stove Company, Gardner, Mass. Oil stove burner 
mechanism. 2,063,722 ; Dec. 8. 

Braddon, Fred D. (See Drake, H. C, and Braddon.) 

Braddon. Fred D., Eltingville, assignor to Sperry Products, 
Inc., Brooklyn, N. Y. Flaw detector for tubular con- 
ductors. 2,053,693 ; Sept. 8. 

Braden, Marshall H.. assignor to Oil Burner Builders, 
Inc., Rock Island, 111. Demountable oil burner mecha- 
nism. 2,032,909 ; Mar. 3. 

Braden, Rene A., Merchantville, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Energizing circuits for space 
discharge devices. 2,032.199 ; Feb. 25. 

Braden, Rene A., Merchantville, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Receiving system. 2,046,765 ; 
July 7. 

Braden, Rene A., New York, N. Y., assignor to Radio Cor- 
poration of America. Band pass amplifier. 2,036,981 ; 
Apr. 7. 

Braden, Rene A., New York, N. Y., assignor to Radio Cor- 
portion of America. Band pass amplifier coupling. 
2,037,614 ; Apr. 14. 

Braden, Rene A.. New York, N. Y., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Band-pass amplifier. 2,055,996 ; 
Sept. 29. 

Braden, Rene A., Collingswood, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Short wave deitector system. 
2,050,598; Aug. 11. 

Collingswood, N. J., assignor to Radio 
America. Automatic sensitivity control 



Braden, Rene A. 
Corporation of 



circuit. 2,051,364 ; Aug. 18. 



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Braden, Hene A., CoIIiugswood, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Automatic fidelity control cir- 
cuit. 2,053,762 : St'Pt. 8. 

Braden, Kcne A., Collingswood, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Automatic fidelity control cir- 
cuits. 2.054,892; Sept. 22. 

Braden, Rene A., Collingswood, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Automatic volume control. 
2,055,374; Sept. 22. 

Braden, Kene A., Collingswood, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Radio receiver. 2,063,295; 
Dec. 8. 

Braden, Kene A., New Yorlt, N. Y., assignor to Radio Cor- 
poration of America. Constant resistance amplifier cir- 
cuit. 2,064,146 ; Dec. 15. 

Braden, Rene A., Merciiantville. N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Tuned radio frequency am- 
plifier. 2.065,884 ; Dec. 29. 

Bradford, Arthur J., Alplaus, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Film driving apparatus. 2,031,817 ; 
Feb. 25. 

Bradford, Brenton B., EVesno, Calif. Automobile wheel. 
2,037,615 ; Apr. 14. 

Bradford, Edward S., Jr., Longmeadow, assignor to Spring- 
field Wire & Tinsel Co., West Springfield, Mass. 
Scouring device. 2,043,031 ; June 2. 

Bradford Motor Works. (See Martin, John N., assignor.) 

Bradford, Raymond C, Hamden, Conn., assignor to Amer- 
ican Telephone and Telegraph Company. Combined 
telephone and first disDatch system. 2.065.642 ; Dec. 20. 

Bradford, Zerbe C. (See Mapes, C. W., and Bradford.) 

Bradford, Zerbe C, Dayton, Ohio, assignor, hy mesne as- 
signments, to General Motors Corporation, Detroit, 
Mich. Lubricator. 2,057,182 ; Oct. 13. 

Bradley, Albert F., assignor to Northwestern Barb Wire 
Company, Sterling, 111. Galvanizing apparatus. 
2,063,721 ; Dec. 8. 

Bradley, Allen, Company. (See Wilms, Gustav 0., as- 
signor.) 

Bradley, David N., Jr., Joliet, assignor of one-half to W. 
R. Andrews, Chicago, 111. Investing patterns for dental 
pieces. 2,042,330 ; May 26. 

Bradley, Eric H.. assignor to National Pumps Corpora- 
tion, Dayton, Ohio. Zero-setting device for registers. 
2,059,433 ; Nov. 3. 

Bradley, Eric H., Cincinnati, assignor to National Pumps 
Corporation, Dayton, Ohio. Liquid dispensing appara- 
tus. 2.026,959 ; Jan. 7. 

Bradley, Fred J. (See Bradley, Richard C, assignor.) 

Bradley, Isaac E., Washington, D. C. Malsing picture 
mountings. 2,055,570; Sept. 29. 

Bradley, James D., Pittsburgh, Pa. Method of and appa- 
ratus for the reduction of oxide ores. 2,057,554 ; Oct. 
13. 

Bradley, John V.. Wharton, N. J. Knitting machine. 
2,062,695; Dec. 1. 

Bradley, Joseph R., assignor of one-half to T. B. Turner, 
Tulsa, Okla. Pood chopper. 2,053,178 ; Sept. 1. 

Bradley Lumber Company of Arkansas. (See Rockwell, 
Byrd C, assignor.) 

Bradley, Milton, Company. (See Clark, Edward O., Jr., 
assignor.) 

Bradley, Milton, Company. (See Leonard, Arthur H., Jr., 
assignor.) 

Bradley, Ralph A. (See Norquist, V. C, and Bradley.) 

Bradley, Ralph A., Minneapolis, Minn., assignor to Butler 
Manufacturing Company, Kansas City, Mo. Trailer ve- 
hicle. 2,038,265 ; Apr. 21. 

Bradley, Ralph A., and E. E. and V. C. Norquist, assignors 
to Butler Manufacturing Company, Kansas City, Mo. 
Tank vehicle. 2,056.820 : Oct. 6. 

Bradley, Ralph A., and V. C. Norquist, assignors to Butler 
Manufacturing Company, Kansas City, Mo. Tank ve- 
hicle. 2.041.320; May 19. 

Bradley, Richard C, Brooklyn, assignor of one-half to F. 
J. Bradley, St. Albans, N. Y. Register frame. 2,044,049 ; 
June 16. 

Bradley, Richard C, Brooklyn, assignor of one-half to 
F. J. Bradley, St. Albans, N. Y. Piston for liquid 
meters. 2,053.942 : Sept. 8. 

Bradley, Richard C, New York, assignor of one-half to F. 
J. Bradley. St. Albans, N. Y. Balanced diaphragm sys- 
tem and meter utilizing the same. 2,044.050 ; June 16. 

Bradley, Theodore F., Westfield, N. J., assignor to Ellis- 
Poster Company. Crystallizing lacquers. 2,059,981 ; 
Nov. 3. 

Bradley, Thomas B., Du Bois, Pa. Baking pan supporting 
rack. 2.030,349 ; Feb. 11. 

Bradley, Thomas W., Philadelphia, Pa. Relief valve for 
unflred pressure vessels. 2.036,391 : Apr. 7. 

Bradley Washfountain Company. (See MuUett, Howard 
A., assignor.) 

Bradley, William, Manchester, and R. Robinson, Oxford, 
England, assignors to Imperial Chemical Industries 
Limited. Amino-hydroxy-naphthonitriles and prepar- 
ing same. 2.032,465 ; Mar. 3. 

Bradley, William T., Philadelphia, Pa. Rotary fiuld com- 
pressor, exhauster or circulating machine. 2,035,786 ; 
Mar. 31. 

Bradner, Donald F,. (See Montgomery, W. J., and Brad- 
ner.) 

Bradner. Donald B., and W. J. Montgomery, assignors to 
The Champion Paper and Fibre Company, Hamilton, 
Ohio. Testing coated paper. 2,051,464 ; Aug. 18. 



Bradshaw, Austin A., Hickory, assignor of one-half to 
J. W. Warlick, Catawba County, N. C. Lock. 2,032,974 ; 
Mar. 3. 

Bradshaw, Charles E., assignor of one-third to C. Martin, 
WellvlUe, Va. Connection mechanism for tractors and 
trailers. 2,053,812 ; Sept. 8. 

Bradshaw, Herbert B., Zanesville, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to The Hobart Manufacturing Company, 
Troy, Ohio. Scale. 2,054,190 ; Sept. 15. 

Bradsbaw, James B. (See Erickson, Prentis B., assignor.) 

Bradshaw, William M., and W. G. Myllus, Summit, N. J., 
assignors to Westiughouse Electric & Manufacturing 
Compan.v, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Meter mounting. 
2,030.094 ; Feb. 11. 

Bradt, Merritt B. (See Weeks, E. A., and Bradt.) 

Bradwell, Robert H., assignor to PoUy Prentiss Inc., 
Sumter. S. C. Machine for producing tufted articles. 
2,038,923 ; Apr. 28. 

Brady, Charles V., Webster Groves, assignor to Bemis Bag 
Bro. Co., St. Louis, Mo. Bag. 2,046,146 ; June 30. 

Brady, Francis E., Richmond, assignor to Roots-Conners- 
vllle Blower Corporation, Connersville, Ind. Rotary 
pump. 2,042,499 ; June 2. 

Brady, George P., and A. Dekle, Pearl City, Hawaii. 
Servomotor. 2,059,082 ; Oct. 27. 

Brady, George W., Anderson, Ind. Machine gun mount- 
ing for aircraft. 2,034,223 ; Mar. 17. 

Brady, John, Baltimore, Md. Game of skill. 2,034,324; 
Mar. 17. 

Brady, John, Baltimore, Md. Animated figure. 2,034,325 ; 
Mar. 17. 

Brady, Raymond P., Collingswood, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Projection printer. 2,032,397 ; 
Mar. 3. 

Brady, Raymond P., Collingswood, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Film drive mechanism. 
2.032,398 ; Mar. 3. 

Brady. Raymond P., Collingswood, N. J., assignor to 
Radio Corporation of America. Optical reduction sound 
printer. 2,063,867 ; Dec. 8. 

Brady, Thomas, West Caldwell, N. J. Drink vending ma- 
chine. 2.029',460 : Feb. 4. 

Brady, Thomas, Weehawken, N. J. Automatic drink vend- 
ing machine. 2,037,688 ; Apr. 14. 

Brady, William H., Roselle, assignor to The Singer Manu- 
facturing Company, Elizabeth,' N. J. Sewing machine 
driving device. 2,052,125 ; Aug. 25. 

Braem, Karl, Bern, Switzerland. Mechanical means for 
distributing gases and vapors In liquids. 2,063,480 ; 
Dec. 8. 

Braga, Luigi P., Rome, Italy. Automatic governor for 
motors, responsive to the resistant torque. 2,062,804 ; 
Dec. 1. 

Bragdon, Charles E.. Cincinnati. Ohio, assisrnor to Ault & 
Wiborg Corporation. Wrinkle finish enamel and making. 
2.048.632: July 21. 

Bragg, Caleb S., Palm Beach, Fla., assignor to Bendix 
Aviation Corporation, South Bend, Ind. Steering mech- 
anism. 2,051,816 ; Aug. 25. 

Bragg, Caleb S., Palm Beach, Fla., and V. W. Kllesrath, 
Port Washington, N. Y., assignors to Bragg-Kliesrath 
Corporation, Long Island City. N. Y. Brake mechanism 
for automotive vehicles. 2,028,586 ; Jan. 21. 

Bragg, Caleb S., Palm Beach, Fla., and V. W. Kllesrath, 
South Bend, Ind., assignors to Bragg-Kliesrath Corpo- 
ration, South Bend, Ind. Vacuum brake system for auto- 
motive vehicles. 2,037,758 ; Apr. 21. 

Bragg, Caleb S., Palm Beach, Fla., and V. W. Kllesrath, 
South Bend, Ind., assignors to Bragg-Kliesrath Corpora- 
tion, Long Island City, N. Y. Brake mechanism for 
automotive vehicles. 2,043,732 ; June 9. 

Bragg, Caleb S., Palm Beach, Fla., and V. W. Kllesrath, 
assignors to Bragg-Klelsrath Corporation, South Bend, 
Ind. Brake. 2,057,704 ; Oct. 20. 

Bragg, Gilbert A., deceased, by Fidelity Trust Company, 
executor, assignor to The Koppers Company of Delaware, 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Dephenolizlng ammonia liquor. 
2,056,063 ; Sept. 29. 

Bragg-Kliesrath Corporation. (See Bragg, C. S., and 
Kllesrath, assignors.) 

Bragg-Kliesrath Corporation. (See Ertel John C, Jr., 
assignor.) 

Bragg-Kliesrath Corporation. (See Kllesrath, Victor W., 
assignor.) 

Bragg-Kliesrath Corporation. (See Kllesrath, V. W., and 
Sanford, assignors.) 

Bragg-Kliesrath Corporation. (See Pike, Henry L., as- 
signor.) 

Bragunier, Clarence A., assignor of one-half to M. D. King, 
III, Los Angeles. Calif. Automatic torque control for 
aircraft. 2.057.877 ; Oct. 20. 

Bralbanti, Giuseppe. (See Braibanti. Mario and G.) 

Bralbanti, Mario and G.. Milan, Italy. Machine for pre- 
paring pastes. 2.026,667 ; Jan. 7. 

Brainard. Frank S., Hartford, assignor of one-fifth to 
R. P. Hatch, West Hartford, Conn. Rate recording at- 
tachment for Integrating meters. 2,057,228 ; Oct. 13. 

Brainard, Frank W., et al. (See Crum, Roland R., as- 
signor.) 

Brainard, George C. assignor to The General Flreproofing 
Company, Youngstown. Ohio. Drawer and spacer plate 
combination. 2,040.595 ; May 12. 

Brainard, George C. assignor to The General Flreproofing 
Company, Youngstown, Ohio. Drawer for filing cabinets. 
2,055,170; Sept. 22. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1936 



Brainard, Harry C, Detroit, Mich. Bivetless hoop joint. 
2,057,291 ; Oct. 13. 

Braiiierd, Heury B., Wellesley, Mass. Traffic signal con- 
trol. 2,064,882 ; Dec. 22. 

Braithwaite, Isaac, & Son Engineers Limited. (See Still- 
ing, William H., assignor.) 

Braitling, Fred K., Inc. (See Braitling, Theodore W., as- 
signor. ) 

Braitling, Theodore W., Stratford, assignor to Fred K. 
Braitling, Inc., Bridgeport, Conn. Doll-shoe. 2,063,660 ; 
Dec. 8. 

Brake Equipment & Supply Company. (See Pratt, B., and 
Weinreich, assignors.) 

Brake, George U., assignor to Xokheim Oil Tank and Pump 
Company, Fort Wayne, Ind. Liquid dispenser. 
2,049,405 ; July 28. 

Bramberry, Harry M., Newcastle, Ind., assignor to The 
Perfect Circle Company, Hagerstown, Ind. Surface 
smoothness indicator. 2,035,220 ; Mar. 24. 

Bramsen, Svend, assignor to Binks Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Spray gun for asphalt or the like. 
2,032,789; Mar. 3. 

Bramsen, Svend, F. Wahlin, and E. Gustafsson, assignors 
to Binks Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. Pow- 
der-spraying appliance. 2,029,408 ; Feb. 4. 

Branch, Benjamin A., Oklahoma City, Okla. Bin. 
2,036,115 ; Mar. 31. 

Branch, Leslie E. T., Ilford, England, assignor to Eastman 
Kodak Company, Rochester, N. Y. Motion picture cam- 
era and projector. 2,026,960 ; Jan. 7. 

Branche, Nelson T., assignor to Surface Combustion Cor- 
poration, Toledo, Ohio. Control mechanism for burn- 
ers. 2,032,046 ; Feb. 25. 

Branche, Nelson T., assignor to Surface Combustion Cor- 
poration, Toledo, Ohio. Flow controlling unit for gas 
burners. 2,036,849 ; Apr. 7. 

Branche, Nelson T., assignor to Surface Combustion Cor- 
poration, Toledo, Ohio. Fuel valve and damper control 
for furnaces. 2,037,363 ; Apr. 14. 

Branche, Nelson T., Toledo, Ohio, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Minneapolis-Honeywell Regulator Com- 
pany, Minneapolis, Minn. Motor operated valve. 
2,052,918; Sept. 1. 

Branche, Nelson T., and V. O. Beam, assignors to Surface 
Combustion Corporation, Toledo, Ohio. Compensated 
pilot-controlled thermostat. 2,032,045 ; Feb. 25. 

Branchen, Leonard E., Rochester, N. Y., assignor of one- 
half to Carbide & Carbon Chemicals Corporation and 
one-half to Eastman Kodak Company. Composition of 
matter. 2,034,020; Mar. 17. 

Branchen, Leonard E., and G. R. Clark, assignors to Bast- 
man Kodak Company, Rochester, N. Y. Moistureproof 
paper. 2,036,392 ; Apr. 7. 

Branchini, Luigi, Rome, Italy. Measuring instrument for 
use of tailors. 2,038,711 ; Apr. 28. 

Brand, Harry R., New York, N. Y., and C. A. Fausel, 
Glenridge, N. J. Food preparing machine. 2,033,178 ; 
Mar. 10. 

Brand, Louis C., Ottawa, 111. Arch support shoe. 
2,029,409 ; Feb. 4. 

Brand, Norman A., assignor to Armstrong Cork Company, 
Lancaster, Pa. Cove construction for use with floor 
or wall coverings and the like. 2,041,899 ; May 26. 

Brand, Norman A., assignor to Armstrong Cork Company, 
Lancester, Pa. Wall construction. 2,045,940 ; June 30. 

Brand, William T., and E. J. Fairweather, Dundee, Angus, 
Scotland. Apparatus for simultaneously twisting and 
winding yarn.s or threads into cops. 2,028,644 ; Jan. 21. 

Brandel, Louis P., et al. (See Flury, William J., assignor.) 

Brandenburg, Clyde S., Chicago, 111. Separating and de- 
livering containers. 2,059,546 ; Nov. 3. 

Brandenburg, Francis C, assignor to The Wood Shovel 
& Tool Company, Piqua, Ohio. Shovel. 2,031,556; 
Feb. 18. 

Brandenburg, Harry J., Glendora, Calif. Transverse fruit 
brusher. 2,035,587; Mar. 31. 

Brandenburg, Joseph F., et al. (See Matthews, Percy W., 
assignor.) 

Brandenburg, Oscar E., Milwaukee, Wis. Dental spatula. 
2,055.025 ; Sept. 22. 

Brandenburg, Stanley A. (See Bickel, C. A., and Branden- 
burg.) 

Brandenburger, Herbert J., St. Louis, Mo., assignor to 
Crouse-Hinds Company, Syracuse, N. Y. Program cycle 
timer. 2,047,122; July 7. 

Brandenburger, Leo. (See Schleicher, M., and Branden- 
burger.) 

Brandl, Hans, Vienna, Austria, assignor to the firm Com- 
pagnle pour la Fabrication des Compteurs et Materiel 
d'Usines a, Gaz^ Montrouge, France. Driving the count- 
ing mechanism of gas meters. 2,059,547 ; Nov. 3. 

Brandon, Alfred E., New York, N. Y. Motor vehicle signal 
lamp. 2,051,817 ; Aug. 25. 

Brandon, Alfred E., New York, N. Y. Combination pencil 
holder. 2,056,384 ; Oct. 6. 

Brandow, Clarence O., Harbor Beach. Mich. Draft equip- 
ment. 2.055,997; Sept. 29. 

Brandstein, Samuel J., Brooklyn, N. Y. Combination bowl 
and adjustable moisture tight cover therefor. 
2,064,411 ; Dec. 15. 

Brandstrom, Charles K., Seattle, Wash. Potato starch 
extracting machine 2,058,560: Oct. 27. 

Brandt, David G.. Westfield. N. J., assignor to Doherty 
Research Company. New York. N. Y. Method and ap- 
paratus for treating clays. 2,065,643 ; Dec. 29. 



Brandt, Edgar W., Paris, France. Projectile. 2,037,308 ; 
Apr. 14. 

Brandt, Edgar W., Paris, France. Propulsive cartridge 
for projectiles. 2,052,546; Sept. 1. 

Brandt, Fokko H. G., and B. B. Bockting, Kansas City, 
Mo. Ball rolling machine. 2,048,917 ; July 28. 

Brandt, Francis L., Wakefield, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Fastener 
turning machine. 2,034,740 ; Mar. 24. 

Brandt, Francis L., Wakefield, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Shoe- 
supporting and clamping mechanism. 2,034,741 ; Mar. 
24. 

Brandt, Francis L., Wakefield, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Work 
guide or support. 2,054,068 ; Sept. 15. 

Brandt, George E., and L. E. Kraft, Unadilla, Nebr. 
Mail box. 2,038,823 ; Apr. 28. 

Brandt, Henry B., assignor to The Dobbins Manufactur- 
ing Company, North St. Paul, Minn. Nozzle for spray- 
ers. 2,034,082 : Mar. 17. 

Brandt, John E., Ridley Park, Pa. Oil burner. 2,040,544 ; 
May 12. 

Brandt, John W., Elyria, Ohio. Saddle. 2,030,809 ; Feb. 
11. 

Brandt, Millard, Tamaqua, Pa., assignor to Atlas Pow- 
der Company, Wilmington, Del. Wrapping for ex 
plosives. 2,061,558 ; Nov. 24. 

Brandtjen & Kluge, Inc. (See Kluge, Abel and E., as- 
signors.) 

Brandwood, Joseph, Southport, England. Impregnation 
of textile materials with rubber-containing liquids. 
2,031,094 ; Feb. 18. 

Brandwood, Joseph, Southport, England. Manufacture of 
textile yarns and the production of fabrics therewith. 
2,057,363; Oct. 13. 

Brandy wine Mushroom Corporation. (See Perry, Henry 
H., assignor.) 

Brannen, Frank J., Lyndhurst, assignor of one-half to G. 
A. Toaz, Cleveland, and one-half to D. P. Robertson, 
Cleveland Heights, Ohio. Flush tank. 2,048,674 ; July 
28. 

Branstetter, Donald W., Valley Park, Mo. Facial shaving 
instrument. 2,055,517 ; Sept. 29. 

Branstrator Body Company. (See Branstrator, Clem G., 
assignor. ) 

Branstrator, Clem G^ Fort Wayne, Ind., assignor to Bran- 
strator Body Company, Incorporated. Flooring. 
2,052,213 ; Aug. 25. 

Brantley, Peter A., New Orleans, La. Antltampering de- 
vice. 2,033,875 ; Mar. 10. 

Brantly, Lewis R., Marietta, Ga. Soda fountain draft 
arm. 2,060,551 ; Nov. 10. 

Braren, Cornelius I. (See Kimball, W. D., Braren, and 
McFauU.) 

Braren, Cornelius I. (See KimbaU, W. D., Braren, and 
Schaef er. ) 

Braren, Cornelius I. (See Kimball, W. D., McKaig, and 
Braren.) 

Braren, Cornelius I^ Jamaica, N. Y., assignor, by mesne 
assignments to Standard-Knapp Corporation of New 
York. Cigarette packing machine. 2,053,418 ; Sept. 8. 

Braren, Waldo W., Pasadena, Calif. Automobile lock. 
2,031,523 ; Feb. 18. 

Brasch, Arno, and P. Lange, Berlin, Germany. High- 
voltage vacuum discharge tube. 2,043.733 ; June 9. 

Brasco Manufacturing Company. (See Attick, P. B., and 
Bosshard, assignors.) 

Braselton, Chester H., New York, N. Y., assignor to 
Sirian Lamp Company, Newark, N. J. Lamp, 
2,031,927; Feb. 25. 

Braselton, Chester H., New York, N. Y., assignor to 
Sirian Lamp Company, Newark, N. J. Electric radi- 
ation device. 2,039,772 ; May 5. 

Braselton, Chester H., New York, N. Y., assignor to 
Sirian Lamp Company, Newark, N. J. Incandescent 
electric lamp. 2,039,773 ; May 5. 

Braselton, Chester H., New York, N. Y., assignor to Sirian 
Lamp Company, Newark, N. J. Unitary illuminating 
device. 2,046,285 ; June 30. 

Braselton, Chester H., New York, N. Y., assignor to Sirian 
Lamp Company, Newark, N. J. Electric lamp for pro- 
ducing modulated lights. 2,047,175 ; July 14. 

Braselton, Chester H., New York, N. Y.. assignor to Sirian 
Lamp Company, Newark, N. J. Signal lamp. 2,054,048 ; 
Sept. 8. 

Braselton, Chester H., New York, N. Y., assignor to Sirian 
Lamp Company, Newark, N. J. Discharge controlling 
means for discharge lamps. 2,060,552 ; Nov. 10. 

Braselton, Chester H., New York, N. Y., assignor to 
Sirian Lamp Company, Newark, N. J. Discharge lamp 
for producing modulated light. 2,063,580 ; Dec. 8. 

Brasfield, Mearl, St. Louis, Mo. Rack for confections. 
2,043,032: June 2. 

Brashears, Maurice L., Washington, D. C. Cord holder, 
2,027,085 ; Jan. 7. 

Brasington, Charles P., Cincinnati, Ohio. Grinding mill. 
2,063,363 ; Dec. 8. 

Brasington, Ross M., Marietta, Ohio. Internal combustion 
engine. 2,050,781 ; Aug. 11. 

Brassert, H. A., & Company. (See Boynton, Arthur J., as- 
signor.) 

Brassert, H. A., & Company. (See Hartman, Frank B., 
assignor.) 



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Brassert, H. A., & Company. (See Seaver, J. J., Dougan, 
and Wetlierbee, assignors.) 

Brassex't, H. A., & Company Limited. (See Willielmi, Al- 
fred, assignor.) 

Brassert-TiUewater Development Corporation. (See An- 
drews, C. W., and Petersen, assignors.) 

Brassert-Tidewater Development Corporation. (See Pet- 
ersen, Koy S., assignor.) 

Brassert-Tidewater Development Corporation. (See Pet- 
ersen, R. S., and Andrews, assignors.) 

Brasty, Joseph, Maple Heiglits, assignors of one-third to 
A. R. Meyer, Cleveland, Ohio. Mold for retreading 
tires. 2,041,321 ; May 19. 

Bratman, Barnet, Broolilyn, N. Y. Stitched cloth and 
manufacturing same. 2,045,630 ; June 30. 

Bratton, Edward W. (See Heyroth, A. H., and Bratton.) 

Bratton, Robert C. (See Ellis, G. T., and Bratton.) 

Bratz, Otto, Adrian, Mich., assignor to American Cable 
Company, Inc., Bridgeport, Conn. Assembling power 
transmitting devices. 2,051,590 ; Aug. 18. 

Brauchler, Charles A., Canton, Ohio. Forging gear blanks. 
2,057,669 ; Oct. 20. 

Brauckmann, Ernst G. (See Heuslnkveld, F. W., and 
Brauckmann.) 

Brauer, Arthur J. (See Wagner, Frederick P., assignor.) 

Brauer, Arthur J., and F. P. Wagner, St. Louis, Mo. Shoe. 
2,052,692 ; Sept. 1. 

Brauer, Ernst, Voigtsdorf-Riesengebirge, Germany. Ci- 
phering machine. 2,050,919 ; Aug. 11. 

Brault, Andora, assignor to J. E. Kerigan, Springfield, 
Mass. Gauge and making the same. 2,039,141 ; Apr. 
28. 

Braun, Carl, Inc. (See WUliams, Lester J., assignor.) 

Braun, Franz, Aktiengesellschaft. (See Gastrow, Hans, 
assignor.) 

Braun, G6za, assignor to Standard Brands Incorporated, 
New York, N. Y. Extraction of osmium from ores and 
minerals. 2,049,488 ; Aug. 4. 

Braun, Philip N. (See Davis, E., and Braun.) 

Braun, Philip N., assignor to The Prosperity Company, 
Inc., Syracuse, N. Y. Work grip and mechanism for 
pressing machines. 2,035,787 ; Mar. 31. 

Braun, Pnillp S., Los Angeles, Calif. Spring construc- 
tion. 2,047,667; July 14. 

Braunagel, Robert, Victoria, assignor to Wireless Electric 
Supplies Limited, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. 
Permanent wave device. 2,051,763 ; Aug. 18. 

Braund, John J., Washington, D. C. Embossing appara- 
tus. 2,029,651 : Feb. 4. 

Braune, Albert, Artern, Germany. Apparatus of a light 
filter for electric lamps. 2,063,296 ; Dec. 8. 

Braune, Carl, and E. J. Lloyd, Worcester, Mass., as- 
signors to The American Steel and Wire Company of 
New Jersey. Aerial tramway. 2,035,281 ; Mar. 24. 

Braunsdorf, Otto. (See Eclcert, W., and Braunsdorf.) 

Braunsteln, Meyer. (See Morris, IC, and Braunstein.) 

Braunstein, Roger, assignor to SocietS Anonyme des 
Anciens Etablissements Braunstein FrSres, Paris, 
France. Transfer material such as carbon paper. 
2,063.226 ; Dec. 8. 

Braunstein, Sehulim, Berlin, Germany, assignor of one-half 
to H. Staveren, New York, N. Y. Toothbrush. 2,028,042 ; 
Jan. 14. 

Braunwalder, John, Los Angeles, Calif. Internal com- 
bustion engine. 2,065.790 : Dec. 29. 

Brautigam, Otto G., Jersey City, N. J., assignor to Pneu- 
matic Scale Corporation, Limited, Quincy, Mass. Label- 
ing machine. 2,060,788 ; Nov. 17. 

Brawn, Worthen E., assignor to Pejepscot Paper Company, 
Brunswick, Maine. Making design printing cylinders. 
2,029,220 ; Jan. 28. 

Bray, Dana S.. Orleans, Vt., assignor of one-half to A. H. 
Paradis, Montreal, Canada. Making heels. 2,038,534 ; 
Apr. 28. 

Bray, Marvin J. (See Day, C. E., and Bray.) 

Bray, Ulrie B.. Palos Verdes Estates, assignor to Union 
Oil Companv of California, Los Angeles, Calif. Pe- 
troleum resin. 2,029,288 : Feb. 4. 

Bray, Ulric B., Palos Verdes Estates, assignor ta Union Oil 
Company of California, Los Angeles, Calif. Separating 
wax from oil. 2,031,095; Feb. 18. 

Bray, Ulric B.. Palos Verdes E.stat€s, assignor to Union Oil 
Company of California. Los Angeles, Calif. Producing 
lubricating oil. 2.031,096 : Feb. 18. 

Bray, Ulric B.. Palos Verdes Estates, assignor to Union Oil 
Companv of California. Los Angeles, Calif. Producing 
lubricating oil. 2,031,204 ; Feb. 18. 

Bray, Ulric B., Palos Verdes Estates, assignor to Union Oil 
Company of California, Los Angeles, Calif. Solvent ex- 
traction of oils. 2,031,205 ; Feb. 18. 

Bray, Ulric B., Palos Verdes Estates, assignor to Union 
Oil Company of California, Los Angeles, Calif. Treat- 
ing oils. 2,041,275 ; May 19. 

Bray, Ulric B., Palos Verdes Estates, assignor to Union 
Oil Company of California, Los Angeles, Calif. Treat- 
ing oils. 2,041.276 ; May 19. 

Bray, Ulric B., Palos Verdes Estates, assignor to Union 
Oil Companv of California, Los Angeles, Calif. Treat- 
ing oils. 2.041,277 ; May 19. 

Bray. Ulric B., Pnlos Verdes Estates, assignor to Union 
Oil Company of California, Los Angeles, Calif. As- 
phaltic composition. 2.041,279 : May If). 

Bray. Ulric B., Palos Verdes Estates, assignor to Union 
Oil Company of California, Los Angeles, Calif. Sep- 
arating asphalt and wax from oil. 2,049,046 ; July 28. 



Bray, Ulric B., Los Angeles, and C. B. Swift, Glendale, 
assignors to Union Oil Company of California, Los An- 
geles, Calif. Production of lubricating oil. 2,026,729 ; 
Jan. 7. 

Bray, Ulric B., Palos Verdes Estates, L. B. Beckwith, San 
Pedro, and F. S. Scott, assignors to Union Oil Company 
of California, Los Angeles, Calif. Asphalt-asbestos 
mastic and producing same. 2,029,289 ; Feb. 4. 

Bray, Ulric B., Palos Verdes Estates, and L. B. Beckwith, 
San Pedro, assignors to Union Oil Company of Cali- 
fornia, Los Angeles, Calif. Asphalts and producing 
same. 2,029,290 ; Feb. 4. 

Bray, Ulric B., Palos Verdes Estates, and C. B. Swift, 
Glendale, assignors to Union Oil Company of California, 
Los Angeles, Calif. Production of lubricating oils. 
2,040,239 ; May 12. 

Bray, Ulric B.. Palos Verdes Estates, and D. E. Carr, 
Naples, assignors to Union Oil Company of California, 
Los Angeles, Calif. Removing wax. 2,048,244 ; July 21. 

Brayley, Frederic A., Dorchester, Mass. Castor. 2,033,510 ; 
Mar. 10. 

Hrayton, Harold M., Teaneck, N. J. Ammunition. 
2,062,495 ; Dec. 1. 

Brayton, John C. (See Loe, Ira G., assignor.) 

Brazelton, Roy M., Chicago, 111., assignor to American 
Telephone and Telegraph Company. Telephone system. 
2,027,465 ; Jan. 14. 

Brazier, Leslie G. (See Hunter, P. V., Brazier, and Hill.) 

Brazier, Leslie G. (See Hunter, P. V., Watson, and 
Brazier.) 

Brazier, Sidney A., and C. Hampson, Manchester, and M. 
Langstreth, Rochdale, assignors to Dunlop Rubber Com 
pany Limited, Birmingham, England. Rope and the 
like. 2,042,824 ; June 2. 

Breaden, Carroll E., Dayton, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to The Hobart Manufacturing Company, Troy, 
Ohio. Scale. 2,032,910 ; Mar. 3. 

Brearley Company, The. (See Sutton, John C, assignor.) 

Brecht, George P., Richmond Hill, and E. Schodlbauer, 
New York, N. Y. Cuff link. 2,058,850 ; Oct. 27. 

Brecht, Winston A., Pittsburgh, assignor to Westlnghouse 
Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pittsburgh, 
Pa. Axle generator drive. 2,032,112 ; Feb. 25. 

Brecht, Winston A., Pittsburgh, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pittsburgh, 
Pa. Axle-generator drive. 2,053,419 ; Sept. 8. 

Breckenrldge, Paul G., assignor to Claude Neon Electrical 
Products Corp. Ltd., Los Angeles, Calif. Method of and 
apparatus for displaying indicia. 2,034,386 ; Mar. 17. 

Breddin, Heinrich, Klrchhain, Germany. Apparatus for 
extracting drugs and the like. 2,046,055 ; June 30. 

Bredtschnelder, Hans, Kassel, Germany, assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Arc welding. 2,046,999 ; July 7. 

Bredtschnelder, Kurt, Dortmund, Germany. High pres- 
sure .ioint for pressure vessels. 2,029,606 ; Feb. 4. 

Bredtschnelder, Kurt, Dortmund, Germany. Lock for the 
release of erosive fluids under pressure. 2,052,693 ; 
Sept. 1. 

Bredtschnelder, Walter, Vltkovice-Zelezarny, Czechoslo- 
vakia. Coal-dust furnace. 2,055,331 ; Sept. 22. 

Breen, John R., Dormont, anl A. S. Strausbach, Castle 
Shannon, Pa., assignors to American Telephone and 
Telegraph Company. Lock. 2.028,495; Jan. 21. 

Breene, Robert G., C. F. Greene, and J. B. Brelsford, Day- 
ton, Ohio. Cowling for aircraft motors. 2,047,948 ; 
July 21. 

Breer, Carl, assignor to Chrysler Corporation, Detroit, 
Mich. Automobile. 2.041,522; May 19. 

Breerwood, Charles H., Narberth, Pa., assignor to Valley 
Forge Cement Company. Manufacture of cement. 
2 028 313 ■ Jan 21. 

Breese, Edmund L., Beverly Hills, Calif. Nested tables 
and chairs. 2,080,195 ; Feb. 11. 

Breese, James L., Jr., Santa Fe, N. Mex. Air condition- 
ing system for motor vehicle bodies. 2,060,923 ; Nov. 
17. 

Breeze Corporations, Inc. (See Flynt, Louis W. G., as- 
signor.) 

Breeze Corporations. (See Gardner, F. G., and Merrill, 
assignors.) 

Breeze Corporations, Inc. (See Santore, Cono, assignor.) 

Bregman, Harry, assignor to The Steel Stamping Com- 
pany, Lorain, Ohio. Toy telephone. 2,066,064 ; Dec. 29. 

Bregman, Harry, assignor to The Steel Stamping Com- 
pany, Lorain, Ohio. Toy telephone. 2.066,065 ; Dec. 
29. 

Brehm, William F., Rochester, Pa. Tracheotomy tube. 
2,039,142 ; Apr. 28. ' 

Brehmer, Gebruder. (See Kleinschmit, 0., and Keller- 
mann, assignors.) 

Brehmer, Gebruder. (See Kleinschmit, O., and Muller.) 

Brehmer, Gebruder. (See Rlvllols, A., and Miiller, as- 
signors.) 

Breidlgam, Frank T. (See Near, H. B., Pacini, Crosley, 
Gerth, Breidlgam, and Kelly.) 

Breisch. Edgar W., Lancaster. N. Y. Alternating current 
rectifying system. 2,050,267 ; Aug. 11. 

Breitbach, Fritz, assignor to Carl Still Aktiengesellschaft 
mit beschriinkter Haftung, Recklinghausen, Germany. 
Operation of retorts and cliamber ovens. 2,065,963 ; 
Dec. 29. 

Breltbart. Hans. Duisburg-Beeck, Germany. .Apparatus 
for making centrifugal c.nstings. 2.034,692 ; Mar. 24. 

Breitbarth, August H., Valparaiso, Ind. Dividing plate 
and protractor. 2,049,245 ; July 28. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1936 



Breitenstein, Albert F., assignor to The Geometric Tool 
Company, New Haven, Conn. Adjustable die-head. 
2,046,014 ; June 30. 

Breicenstein, Herbert G., assignor to E. T. Moloney, Chi- 
cago, 111. Telltale device for games of skill. 2,042, 87» ; 
June 2. 

Breitling, Ernst. (See Lehmann, K. A., and Breitling.) 

Breitling, Ernst, Essen, Germany, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to The National Cash Register Co., Dayton, 
Ohio. Totalizer controlling mechanism. 2,039,143 ; 
Apr. 28. 

Breitling, Ernst, Essen, Germany, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to The National Cash Register Co., Dayton, 
Ohio. Booltkeeping machine. 2,052,444 ; Aug. 25. 

Breitling, Ernst, Essen, Germany, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to The National Cash Register Co., Dayton, 
Ohio. Controlling mechanism for cash registers and 
calculating machines. 2,056,821 ; Oct. 6. 

Breitling, Ernst, Berlin-Tempeihot, Germany, assignor to 
The National Cash Register Company, Dayton, Ohio. 
Accounting machine. 2,057,657 ; Oct. 20. 

Breitling, Ernst, Essen, Germany, assignor by mesne as- 
signments, to The National Cash Register Co., Dayton, 
Ohio. Bookkeeping and invoicing machine. 2,060,167 ; 
Nov. 10. 

Breitling, Ernst, Essen, Germany, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to The National Cash Register Co., Dayton, 
Ohio. Controlling mechanism for cash registers and 
calculating machines. 2,064,147 ; Dec. 15. 

Breitschadel, Franz, Katscher, Germany. Knotted carpet 
and method of manufacturing same. 2,037,616 ; Apr. 14. 

Breitwiesei-, Heinrich, Griesheim, near Darmstadt, as- 
signor to Maschinenfabrik Augsburg-Nuernberg A. G., 
Nuremberg, Germany. Lifting bridge. 2,062,635 ; 
Dec. 1. 

Breivogel, Philip J., Glen Ridge, N. J. Preparing calcium 
salts of substituted quinoline carboxylic acids. 
2,030,958; Feb. 18. 

Breivogel, Philip J., Glen Ridge, N. J., assignor to William 
R. Warner & Co., Inc., New York, N. Y. Tooth paste 
and making same. 2,052,694; Sept. 1. 

Brell, Jules J., New York, N. Y. Machine for making 
photo prints on printing cylinders. 2,040,827 ; May 19. 

Brelsford, Harry B., Birmingham, C. L. Howse, and F. 
Bowers, assignors to Diamond Power Specialty Corpora- 
tion, Detroit, Mich. Soot blower. 2,049,421 ; Aug. 4. 

Brelsford, Harry E., Birmingham, assignor to Diamond 
Power Specialty Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Gauge 
glass. 2,064,148 ; Dec. 15. 

Brelsford, James B. (See Breene, R. G., Greene, and 
Brelsford.) 

Brelsford, James B., Dayton, Ohio. Coupling. 2,044,768 ; 
June 23. 

Brem«r, Edmund W., Wehawken, N. J. Electrical current 
conductor. 2,046,056; June 30. 

Bremser, Albert T„ Westmont, N. J. Internal combustion 
engine. 2,036,253 ; Apr. 7. 

Bremser, Albert T., Westmont, N. J. Internal combus- 
tion engine. 2,061,826 ; Nov. 24. 

Bremser, Albert T., Westmont, N. J., assignor of fifty-two 
percent to C. G. Fisher, Miami Beach, Fla. Solar op- 
erated refrigerating system. 2,030,350 ; Feb. 11. 

Bren, Bozetech C, Cedar Grove, N. J., assignor to Dupont 
Vlscolold Company, Wilmington, Del. Laminated rec- 
ord. 2,030,568 ; Feb. 11. 

Bren, Bozetech C, Cedar Grove, N. J., assignor to DuPont 
Viscoloid Company, Wilmington, Del. Compound and 
compositions containing same. 2,031,206 ; Feb. 18. 

Brendel, Max E., assignor to Streeter-Amet Company, 
Chicago, 111. Control mechanism. 2,032,113 ; Feb. 25. 

Brendel, Max B., assignor to Streeter-Amet Company, 
Chicago, 111. Electrically controlled weight indicating 
mechahism for weighing scales. 2,040,071 ; May 12. 

Brendel, Max E., assignor to Streeter-Amet Company, Chi- 
cago, 111. Weight Indicating mechanism and the like. 
2,040,072 ; May 12. 

Brendel, Max B., assignor to Streeter-Amet Company, Chi- 
cago, 111. Weighing apparatus. 2,040,073 ; May 12. 

Brendel, Max E., assignor to Streeter-Amet Company, 
Chicago, 111. Recording apparatus. 2,065,362 ; Dec. 
22. 

Breneman, Hugh H., Glen Mills, Pa. Container. 2,031,029 ; 

Feb. 18. 
Brenholm, Nels, assignor of one-third to R. M. Wright, 

Stevenson, and one-third to G. Guyette, Cook, Wash. 

Jack hammer bit. 2,040,074; May 12. 
Brenizer, Mae F., et al., executors.- (See Brenizer, Orson 

W., assignor.) 
Brenizer, Orson W., deceased, assignor of one-fourth to 

A. V. Groupe, Philadelphia, Pa. ; M. P. Brenizer, S. B. 

Brenizer, and R. C. Brenizer, executors. Joining wires 

with sleeves. 2,038,535 ; Apr. 28. 
Brenizer, R. C, et al., executors. (See Brenizer, Orson W., 

assignor.) 
Brenizer, Stuart B., et al., executors. (See Brenizer, Orson 

W., assignor.) 
Brenkert, Karl, assignor to The Brenkert Light Projec- 
tion Company, Detroit, Mich. Arc regulator. 2,040,596 ; 

May 12. 
Brenkert Light Projection Company, The. (See Brenkert, 

Karl, assignor.) 
Brenn, Carl W., Montclair, assignor to Autographic Reg- 
ister Company, Hoboken, N. J. Typewriting machine. 

2,031,928 ; Feb. 25. 



Brenn, Carl W., Montclair, assignor to Autographic Reg- 
ister Company, Hoboken, N. J. Manifolding. 2,036,960 ; 
Apr. 7. 

Brenn, Carl W., Montclair, N. J. News and advertising 
e.Nbibiting. 2,064,190 ; Dee. 15. 

Brennan, Daniel A., Chicago, 111. Fastener. 2,030,095 ; 
Feb. 11. 

Brennnn, Daniel A., Chicago, 111. Fastener. 2,043,462 ; 
June 9. 

Brennan, Edward A., and W. Hull, Savannah, Ga. Lubri- 
cant containing pseudopimaric acid and the preparation 
thereof. 2,042,035 ; May 26. 

Brennan, Joseph B.. Fort Wayne, Ind. Piston. 2,033,226 ; 
Mar. 10. 

Brennan, Joseph B., Fort Wayne, Ind. Electrolytic de- 
vices and making same. 2,037,848 ; Apr. 21. 

Brennan, Joseph B., Fort Wayne, Ind. Piston. 2,044,379 ; 
June 16. 

Brennan, Joseph B., Ft. Wayne, Ind. Electrolytic con- 
denser. 2,060,022; Nov. 10. 

Brennan, Paul W., New York, N. Y. Baby shoe protector. 
2,053,813 ; Sept. 8. 

Brennan, Thomas A., Washington, D. C. Hat blocking 
and storing device. 2,028.270; Jan. 21. 

Brennen, John B., Atlanta, Ga. Selective speed drive. 
2,029,053 ; Jan. 28. 

Brennen, William J., Scottdale, Pa. Thermostat. 
2,055,922 ; Sept. 29. 

Brenner, Benjamin. (See Overland, L., and Brenner.) 

Brenner, Frederick W., Philadelphia, Pa. Can punch. 
2,029,607 ; Feb. 4. 

Brent, George F., Pittsburgh, Pa. Venetian blind hanger. 
2,052,379; Aug. 25. 

Brent, George B'., and .1. M. Guthrie, Pittsburgh, Pa., 
said Guthrie assignor to said Brent. Venetian blind. 
2,061,373 ; Nov. 17. 

Brentnall, Geoffrey C. (See Willshaw, H., and Brentnall.) 

Brenzinger, Julius, Fairfield, assignor to The Max Ama 
Chemical Engineering Corporation, Bridgeport, Conn. 
Spinning machine for rayon or other synthetic material. 
2,028,821 ; Jan. 28. 

Bresduck, Inc. (See Shaler, Saul, assignor.) 

Bresett, George A., Dixon, lli., assignor to The Borden 
Company, New York, N. Y. Cap sorting machine. 
2,038,096 ; Apr. 21. 

Breslav, Jack, New Haven, Conn. Hoist grab. 2,060,722 ; 
Nov. 10. 

Breth, Walter J., assignor to The General Tire & Rubber 
Company, Akron, Ohio. Bead wrapping machine. 
2,039,627 ; May 5. 

Breth, Walter J., and M. Engler, assignor to The General 
Tire & Rubber Company, Akron, Ohio. Tube splicer. 
2,027,854 ; Jan. 14. 

Breth, Walter J., and M. L. Engler, assignors to The 
General Tire & Rubber Company, Akron, Ohio. Tire 
building machine. 2,035,422 ; Mar. 24. 

Breth, Walter J., and M. L. Engler, assignors to The 
General Tire & Rubber Company, Akron, Ohio. Tire 
building machine. 2,041,990 ; May 26. 

Bretschger, Max E., Buffalo, N. Y., assignor to Buffalo 
Electro-Chemical Company, Inc. Barrel rocker. 
2,036,791 ; Apr. 7. 

Bretschger, Max E., assignor to Buffalo Electro-Chemical 
Company, Inc., Buffalo, N. Y. Container for hydrogen 
peroxide. 2,056,894; Oct. 6. 

Bretschneider, Max, Plauen, Germany. Embroidering ma- 
chine. 2,030,495 : Feb. 11. 

Brett, George F. (See Wright, G. M., and Brett.) 

Brett, George P., Leeds, England, assignor to Radio Cor- 
poration of America. Electrical oscillation generator. 
2,027,017; Jan. 7. 

Brett, Stanley R., London, England. Pedal actuated 
means for pianos for operating simultaneously two 
keys. 2,039,518 ; May 5. 

Breuer, Armin, Berlin, Germany. Paper conveying device 
for sheets, especially for use in oflice printing ma- 
chines. 2,032,166; Feb. 25. 

Breuer, .1. Edward, Inc. (See Breuer, John B., assignor.) 

Breuer, John E., Great Neck, assignor to J. Edward Breuer, 
Inc., Nassau County, N. Y. Decoy. 2.043,827 : June 9. 

Breuers. Wilhelm, Ludwigshafen-on-the-Rhine, H. Mark, 
Mannheim, and B. Konrad, Leverkusen, assignors to 
I. G. Farbenindustrie Aktiengesellschaft, Frankfort-on- 
the-Main, Germany. Impregnation of materials. 
2,031,929; Feb. 25. 

Breuers, Wilhelm, and H. Schatz, Ludwigshafen-on-the- 
Rhine, assignors to I. G. Farbenindustrie Aktiengesell- 
schaft, Frankfort-on-the-Main, Germany. Oil varnish. 
2,060,412 ; Nov. 10. 

Brewer, Charles A., Noroton Heights, Conn., assignor of 
one-half to P. J. Kury. Motor vehicle control. 
2,045,516 ; June 23. 

Brewer, James H., George West, Tex. Rinse circulator. 
2,033,812 : Mar. 10. 

Brewer, John G.. assignor of 9/100 to J. S. Berryman, Jr., 
9/100 to H. Young, and 7/100 to L. C. Lucy, Piedmont, 
Mo. Wall canvassing binder. 2,060,924 ; Nov. 17. 

Brewer, Moultre A., Overland, Mo. Mechanical move- 
ment. 2,047,458 ; July 14. 

Brewer, Nathaniel, Lansdowne, assignor to The Sharpies 
Specialty Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Machine and 
method for separating solids from liquids. 2,040,822 ; 
May 19. 

Brewer-Titchener Corporation, The. (See Bishop, Stanley 
K., assignor.) 



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Brewer-Titchenei- Corporation, The. (See Johannsen, Udo 

K., assignor.) 
Brewer-Titchener Corporation, The. (See Wenn, Floyd 

D., nssig;nor.) 
Brewer, Vivian W., Minneapolis, Minn., assignor to Gro- 

Lux, Incorporated, St. Paul, Minn. Fertilizer and 

effecting distribution thereof. 2,061,500 ; Nov. 17. 
Brewer, William, assignor to Sparlslets Limited, Edmonton, 

England. Charging valve for siphon bottles. 2,047,096 ; 

July 7. 
Brewster, Frederick T., Watertown, S. Dak., assignor to 

Industrial Patents Corporation, Chicago, 111. Hog drop. 

2,052,749 : Sept. 1. 
Brewster, Morris B., Co. Inc. (See White, William U., 

assignor.) 
Brewster, Percy D., Eatontown, N. J. Clearing abrasion 

marks from photographic emulsions. 2,051,798 ; Aug. 

lo. 

Brey, Eugene B., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Tracy Manu- 
facturing Company. Edge binding. 2,038,637 ; Apr. 28. 

Brey, Eugene E., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Tracy Manu- 
facturing Company. Drain board structure. 2,038,638 ; 
Apr. 28. 

Brey & Krause Manufacturing Company. (See Pudliner, 
John, assignor.) 

Brian, William S., Oak Park, 111. Power transmission de- 
vice. 2,034,021 : Mar. 17. 

Brice, Brooks A., Washington, D. C, assignor to Henry A. 
Wallace, Secretary of Agriculture of the United States 
of America. Photoelectric cell circuit. 2,064,517 ; 
Dec. 15. 

Brice, Bryan F. and P. B., Cook County, 111. Making mold- 
ed cementitlous materials. 2,044,204 ; June 16. 

Brice, Paul B. (See Brice, Brj'an F. and P. B.) 

Brick Trust Limited. (See Leroy, Yvonne A. R., assignor.) 

Brickett, Edward M. (See Brown, R. L., Walters, Brickett, 
and Coleman.) 

Brickman, Alan E., and G. A. Gleason. Worcester, Mass., 
assignors to The American Steel and Wire Company of 
New Jersey. Brake control conduit. 2,046,545 ; July 7. 

Brickman, Alan E., and G. A. Gleason, Worcester, Mass., 
assignors to The American Steel and Wire Company of 
New Jersey. End connection for flat metal strip guard 
rails. 2,051,465 ; Aug. 18. 

Bridenbaugh, Elmer H., Denver, Colo., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Standard Power Bed Company. Wall 
bed actuating meclianism. 2,038,410; Apr. 21. 

Bridge, Adam E., Franklin, assignor to The Black-Clawson 
Company, Hamilton, Ohio. Paper machinery. 2,056,562 ; 
Oct. 6. 

Bridgeman, Walter A., and J. A. Bridgman, Owego, N. T., 
assignors, by mesne assignments, to Innis, Speiden & Co. 
Treating plant material. 2,057,413 ; Oct. 13. 

Bridgeport Brass Company. (See McMahon, Joseph J., 
assignor.) 

Bridgeport Brass Company. (See Tobelman, Gustave H., 
assignor.) 

Bridgeport Brass Company. (See Ward, Marshall H., 
assignor.) 

Bridgeport Coach Lace Company Incorporated, The. (See 
Hamm, James I., assignor.) 

Bridgeport Machine Company, The. (See Holiday, E. W., 
and Blauvelt, assignors.) 

Bridgeport Metal Goods Manufacturing Company, The. 
(See Fullmer, Giles C, assignor.) 

Bridgeport Safety Emery Wheel Company, The. (See 
Penny, Frank C., assignor.) 

Bridgeport Thermostat Company. (See Mantle, Joseph 
G. C., assignor.) 

Bridges, Edward G.. Anderson, Ind., assignor to Lynch 
Corporation. Method and apparatus for the manufac- 
ture of hollow glassware. 2,049,422 ; Aug. 4. 

Bridges, Frank R., Needham. assignor to The Gamewell 
Company, Newton Upper Falls, Mass. Signaling sys- 
tem. 2,056,709 ; Oct. 6. 

Bridges, Hallie C, Long Beach, Calif. Automatic auto 
glass cleaning attachment. 2,056,503; Oct. 6. 

Bridgman, George A., assignor to Cutler Mail Chute Co., 
Rochester. N. T. Mail chute. 2.042.500; .Tune 2. 

Bridgman, J. Allington. (See Bridgeman, W. A., and 
Bridgman, assignors.) 

Bridgman, Neil B., Sunnyside, Wash. Egg' cleaner. 
2,035,042; Mar. 24. 

Briede & Rogovsky, Inc. (See Templin, William, assignor.) 

Briegel, Theodore, Moline, 111. Tool for forming joints 
in tubing. 2,035,686 ; Mar. 31. 

Briegel, Theodore, Moline, 111. Machine for forming 
threads on metal tubing. 2.035,687 ; Mar. 31. 

Briel, Conrad G., assignor to Cinema Development Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Producing composite pictures. 
2.02S.862 ; Jan. 28. 

Briel, Conrad G., assignor to Cinema Development Com- 
pany, Chicago, HI. Producing composite pictures. 
2.028.863: Jan. 28. 

Briel, Conrad G., assignor to Cinema Development Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Making photographic mats. 
2,051,161 ; Aug. 18. 

Brier, Beatrice. (See Solomon, Frank, assignor.) 

Brier' Manufacturing Company. (See Kraemer, Julius 
H.. assignor.) 

Brietzke, Adrian P. (See Cheney, M. E., and Brietzke.) 

Brigel, Leo A., Cheviot, Ohio. Coffee grinder. 2,054,239 ; 

Br!g"-pn Hans. Vienna, Austria. Roof glazing structure. 
2.056,444; Oct. 6. 



Buffalo, assignor to Bagpak, Inc., 
Bag filling machine. 2,054,279; 



Briggs, Arthur J., Syracuse, N. Y., assignor to American 
Cable Co., Inc. Stranded wire structure and process and 
machine for producing the same. 2,036,393 ; Apr. 7. 

Briggs, Donald A., et al. (See Wincote, Charles B., as- 
signor.) 

Briggs, Elton D., Ogden, Iowa. Plow share. 2,038,340 ; 
Apr. 21. 

Briggs, George, London, England. Massage appliance or 
the like. 2,054,849 ; Sept. 22. 

Briggs, Howland F., Buffalo, assignor to Bagpak, Inc., 
New York, N. Y. Safety stop for bag closing machines. 
2,042,827; June 2. 

Briggs, Howland F., Buffalo, N. Y., assignor to Consolidated 
Packaging Machinery Corporation. Sewing machine. 
2,043.149 ; June 2. 
assignor.) 

Briggs, Howland F., 
New York, N. Y. 
Sept. 15. 

Briggs, Howland F., Buffalo, and R. N. Cundall, Lacka- 
wanna, assit'nors to Consolidated Packaging Machinery 
Corporation, Buffalo, N. Y. Sewing machine. 2,065,885 ; 
Dec. 29. 

Briggs, James F. S., Whangarei, New Zealand. Thermo- 
statically controlled electric switch. 2,061,346; Nov. 
17. 

Briggs, Joseph A.. Erlton, N. J., assignor to Radio Cor- 
poration of America. Television apparatus. 2,056,247 ; 
Oct. 6. 

Briggs, Joseph A., Erlton, N. J., assignor to Radio Cor- 
poration of America. Telephone. 2,060,607 ; Nov. 10. 

Bnggs, Joseph A., Erlton, N. J., assignor to Radio Corpora- 
tion of America. Speed control device. 2,064,779 ; 
Dec. 15. 

Briggs Manufacturing Company, 
assignor. ) 

Briggs Manufacturing Company, 
assignor.) 

Briggs Manufacturing Company, 
assignor. ) 

Briggs Manufacturing Company. 
E., assignor.) 

Briggs Manufacturing Company, 
assignor.) 

Briggs Manufacturing Company, 
erlck G., assignor.) 

Briggs Manufacturing Company. 
Johnson, assignors.) 

Briggs Manufacturing Company, 
signor.) 

Briifgs, Orville B., and A. L. Lamb, assignors to Safety 
Belt-Lacer Company, Toledo, Ohio. Machine for ap- 
plying belt fasteners. 2,043,576; June 9. 

Bnggs, Orville B.. and A. L. Lamb, Toledo, Ohio. Belt 
lacer. 2.058,767 ; Oct. 27. 

Briggs, Richard M. (See Stand, 

Briggs, Robert W., Pharr, Tex. 
chine. 2,032,736 ; Mar. 3. 

Briggs, Robert W., Pharr, Tex. __ 

rial against the inner wall of a tubular member. 
2,050,645 ; Aug. 11. 

Briggs, Southwick W., and C. G. Gilbert, Washington, D. C. 
Oil filtering element and making the same. 2,057,414: 
Oct. 18. 

Briggs, Stephen F., assignor to Briggs & Stratton Corpo- 
ration, Milwaukee. Wis. Lock. 2,059,678 ; Nov. 3. 

Briggs & Stratton Corporation. (See Briggs, Stephen P., 
assignor.) 

Briggs & Stratton Corporation. (See Fitz Gerald, John W., 
assignor.) 

Briggs & Stratton Corporation. (See Griffith, Raymond W., 
assignor.) 

Briggs & Stratton Corporation. (See Jacobi, Edward N , 
assignor.) 

Briggs & Stratton Corporation. (See Mack, Perry E., 
assignor.) 

Briggs & Stratton Corporation. (See Rohner, Hugo G , 
assignor.) 

Briggs & Stratton Corporation. (See Zygmunt, Conrad, 
assignor.) 

Brigham, Edmund H. (See Stover, 0. H., and Brigham.) 

Bright, Charles G., Appleton, assignor to Paper Patents 
Company, Neenah, Wis. Apparatus for printing and 
embossing in register. 2,054,313 ; Sept. 15. 

Bright. Frank G., St. Jean, Quebec, Canada, assignor 
to The Singer Manufacturing Company, Elizabeth, N. J. 
Coloring wood veneers and the like. 2,042,825 ; June 2 

Bright, Frank G., St. Jean, Quebec, Canada, assignor to 
The Singer Manufacturing Company, Elizabeth, N. J 
Treating wood. 2,042,826 ; June 2. 

Bright, George B., Detroit, Mich., and M. H. Olstad, Bay- 
.slde, assignors to Niagara Blower Company. Buffalo 
N. Y. Cooler. 2.040,828 ; May 19. 

Bright, Incorporated. (See Bright, Martin C, assignor.) 

Briffht, Martin C, assignor to Bright, Incorporated, Iii- 
dinnapolis, Ind. Miner's separating apparatus^ 
2,030.291 ; May 5. 

Bright Star Battery Company. (See Corigllano, P., and 
Platzman, assignors.) 

Brill. Eugen. Berlin, Germany. Composition for making 
dental fillin-s. 2.035,140; Mar. 24. 

Brill, J. G., Company. (See I.atshaw, Elmpr, assisnor ) 

Brill, J. G., Company, The. (See Martin, Marvin G., as- 
signor.) 

Biili, Willem G. (See de Bidder, J., and Brill.) 



(See Ball, Albert P., 
(See Fryer, Donald A., 
(See Graf, Vincent J., 
(See Lundberg, Everett 
(See Marshall, William, 
(See Richardson, Fred- 
(See Ross, P. N., and 
(See Tjaarda, John, as- 



C. J., and Briggs.) 
Concrete spreading ma- 
Tool for packing mate- 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1936 



Brillhart, George A., Indianapolis, Ind. Golf ball scrub- 
ber. 2,031,633; Feb. 25. 

Brin, Blorris, assignor to E. L. Millet, Chicago, 111. Cap 
remover. 2,062,976 ; Dec. 1. 

Brinckerhoif, Frank M. (See Hulse, G. E., and Brincker- 
hoff.) 

Brine.v, Ottis R., Pontlac, Micb. Rotatins and locating 
articles for machining thereof. 2,059,723 ; Nov. 3. 

Briney. Ralph. New York, N. Y. Station indicator. 
2,048,176 ; July 21. 

Bringe, Walter A. (See Albrecht, John H., assignor.) 

Brinker, Frederic A., Denver, Colo. Flotation of copper 
sulphides with nickel activators. 2,035,458 ; Mar. 31. 

Brinker, Frederic A., Denver, Colo. Froth flotation 
treatment of ores. 2,048,369 ; July 21. 

Brinker, Frederic A., Denver, Colo. Froth flotation ore 
separation. 2,048,370 ; July 21. 

Brinker, Frederic A., Denver, Colo. Differential froth flota 
tion. 2,052,214; Aug. 25. 

Brinker, Frederic A., Denver, Colo. Mineral flotation 
2,052,274 ; Aug. 25. 

Brinker, George C, Greensburg, Pa. Spark plug 
2,028,896 ; Jan. 28. 

BrinkerhofE, Clarence, Denver, Colo. Handbag 
2,053,599 ; Sept. 8. 

Brinkley, Edward L., Dover, N. C. Tobacco barn 
2,060,002 ; Nov. 10. 

Brinkman, Carl A., Euclid, assignor to Seaver-Brinkman 
Gerstenberger, Inc., Cleveland, Ohio. Holding device 
2,027,667 ; Jan. 14. 

Brinkman, Carl F., Milwaukee, Wis. Sports kit, 
2,057,933; Oct. 20. 

Brinkman, Earl W., assignor to Davenport Machine Tool 
Co. Incorporated, Rochester, N. Y. Feed finger for 
screw machines and the like. 2,035,942 ; Mar. 31. 

Brinkman, Louis H., Glen Bldge Borough, N. J. Corru- 
gating machine. 2,027,018 : Jan. 7. 

Brinkman, Louis H., Glen Ridge, N. J. Tube and rod 
hardening and straightening apparatus and method, 
2,056,155 ; Oct. 6. 

Brinkmann, Guenther. (See La Bombard, L. E., and 
Brinkmann, assignors.) 

Brinton, Christian H., Oak Park, 111., assignor to Stand- 
ard Cap and Seal Corporation, Chicago, 111. Cap feeding 
device. 2,053,763 : Sept. 8. 

Brinton, Christian H., Oak Park, assignor to Standard 
Cap and Seal Corporation, Chicago, 111. Cap applying 
machine. 2,056,120; Sept. 29. 

Brinton, H., Company. (See Aaronson, Harry B., as- 
signor. 1 

Brinton, H., Company. (See Ames, Elmer U., assignor.) 

Brinton, H., Company. (See Gorman, William D., as- 
signor.) 

Brinton, Thomas E,, Waukegan, 111. Piston expander. 
2,054,357; Sept. 15. 

Briod, Andr6 E., Newark, assignor to National Oil Prod- 
ucts Company, Harrison, N. J. Controlling the oxida- 
tion of certain organic compounds and the products 
produced thereby. 2,0.50,689 ; Aug. 11. 

Briody. Bernard C., assignor to Truscon Steel Company, 
Youngstown, Ohio. Tie rod holding stake. 2,046,303 ; 
June 30. 

Brisacher, Hugo. Rutherford, N. J., assignor to Kieley & 
Mupller, Inc., New York, N. Y. Valve controlling means. 
2,060,723 : Nov. 10. 

Brisbois, Odilon, Chicago, 111., assignor to W. P. Worth, 
deceased, Chicago, 111. ; M. E. Worth, executrix of W. P. 
Worth. Starter mechanism. 2,060,769 ; Nov. 10. 

Briscoe, .Tames. (See Beck. R., and Briscoe.) 

Briscoe, James W., Santa Barbara, Calif. Concrete block. 
2,044,051 ; June 16. 

Brisendine, Guy F., assignor to The Schooley Printing 
and Stationery Company. Kansas City, Mo. Binding 
a plurality of sheets. 2,065,324 ; Dec. 22. 

Briskin, Samuel, Chicago, HI., assignor to Exsel Auto 
Radiator Company. Heat exchange device. 2,040,917 ; 
May 19. 

Briskman. Samuel. (See Weidauer, Curtis, assignor.) 

Brister, William, Columbus, Ohio, assignor to United Shoe 
Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Shoe and 
method of shoemaking. 2,055,478 ; Sept. 29. 

Bristol. Carlton W.. Naugatuck, assignor to The Bristol 
Company, Waterbury, Conn. Telemetering device. 
2,040,918: Mav 19. 

Bristol, Chester L., and W. C. Chancellor, Elyria, Ohio, 
assignors to National Tube Company. Measuring de- 
vice. 2.056,918 : Oct. 6. 

Bristol Company, The. (See Abbott, O. C, and Faust, as- 
signors.) 

Bristol Company, The. (See Bristol, Carlton W., as- 
signor. 1 

Bristol Company, The. (See Hunt, Ozro H., assignor.) 

Bristol Company. The. (See Kerr, William J., assignor.) 

Bristol Company, The. (See Kerr, W. J., and Miller, 
assignors.) 

Bristol Company, The. (See Koester, Herman, assignor.) 

Bristol Company, The. (See Noble. Alphonso, assignor.) 

Bristol, Cyrus .!., assignor to Globe Machinery & Supply 
Company, Des Moines, Iowa. Wheel holder. 2,065,644 ; 
Dec. 29. 

Bristol. Edward S., assignor to Leeds & Northrup Company, 
Philadelphia. Pa. Combustion control system. 
2.053.061 : Sept. 1. 

Bristol Tramways & Carriage Company Limited, The. 
(See Nevatt, Christopher G., assignor.) 



Bristol Tramways & Carriage Company Limited. The. 
(See Redrup, Charles B., assignor.) 

Bristow, Barnard C, San Francisco, Calif. Piston ring 
and assembly therefor. 2,052.077 : Aug. 25. 

Bristow, Franclss G., Sydney, New South Wales, Aus- 
tralia. Adapter plate for applying pressure to forks 
for shearing machines. 2,042,295 ; May 26. 

Bristow, Harry L.. assignor of one-fifth to C. G. Griffith, 
and one-fifth to H. J. Van Duyne, Newark, N. J. Lock- 
ing device for brake pedals. 2,066,091 ; Dec. 29. 

Bristow, Paul W., assignor to Standard-Trump Bros. Ma- 
chine Compan.v, Laconia, N. H. Knitting method and 
machine. 2,063,026 ; Dec. 8. 

Britigan, Robert, Corporation, The. (See Hogan, George 
L., assignor.) 

Britigan, Robert, Corporation, The. (See Wolkenhauer, 

Gustav, assignor.) 
British Adding and Calculating Machines Limited. (See 

Ball, William, assignor.) 
British Cast Iron Research Association, The. (See Nor- 

bury, A. L., and Morgan, assignors.) 
British Cotton Industry Research Association, The. (See 

Williams, T. C, and Shorter, assignors.) 
British Emulsifiers Limited. (See Bannister, Albert K., 

assignor.) 

British Emulsifiers Limited. (See Bannister, A. E., and 

Day, assignors.) 
British Radio Corporation Limited, The. (See Bunting, 

Reginal S., assginor.) 
British Smoke Eliminator Limited. (See Garvie, James, 

assignor.) 
British Steel Piling Company, The. (See Wilcox, Duncan 

M., assignor.) 
British-Geco Engineering Company. (See Callow, John M., 

assignor.) 

Britsch, Otto C, Woodhaven, assignor to H. Hyman, 
Brooklyn, N. Y. Combined flashlight and lighter. 
2.066,028 : Dec. 29. 

Brittain, Harold A., Akron, Ohio, assignor to Wingfoot 
Corporation, Wilmington, Del. Pneumatic tire. 
2,056,181; Sept. 29. 

Brittain, Richard J., Jr., Newark, and J. C. Bell, Lynd- 
hurst, N. J., assignors to General Motors Corporation, 
Detroit, Mich. Gauging machine. 2,030,237 ; Feb. 11. 

Brittingham, James S., Mountain Home, Tenn. Automatic 
valve. 2,052,275 ; Aug. 25. 

Britton, Edgar C. (See Putnam, M. E., Britton, and 
Perkins.) 

Britton, Edgar C, assignor to The Dow Chemical Com- 
pany, Midland, Mich. Liquid organo derivatives of 
phosphoric acid. 2,033,918 ; Mar. 17. 

Britton, Edgar C, assignor to The Dow Chemical Com- 
pany, Midland, Mich. Synthetic lubricant and making 
same. 2,051,404 ; Aug. 18. 

Britton, Edgar C, Midland, Mich., and L. F. Martin, New 
Orleans, La., assignors to The Dow Chemical Company, 
Midland, Mich. Cumyl phenol.- 2,028,043 ; Jan. 14. 

Britton, Edgar C, and G. H. Coleman, assignors to The 
Dow Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. Production of 
beta-chloro-alkyl esters of aliphatic acids. 2,038,074 ; 
Apr. 21. 

Britton, Edgar C, R. P. Perkins, and J. T. Lundquist, 
assignors to The Dow Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. 
Preparation of aryl-mercuric nitrates and a product 
thereof. 2,040,765 ; May 12. 

Britton, Edgar C, and A. J. Dietzler, assignors to The 
Dow Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. 5-tertiary- 
butyl-1-mercapto-benzo-thiazole and making same. 
2,042,205 : May 26. 

Britton, Edgar C, and H. S. Nutting, assignors to The 
Dow Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. 1, 3-diamino- 
2-methyl propanol-2. 2,048.990 ; July 28. 

Britton, Edgar C, and H. R. Slagh. assignors to The Dow 
Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. Preparation of 
phenyl-magnesium chloride. 2,056,822 ; Oct. 6. 

Britton, Edgar C, and L. Heindel, Midland, Mich., and 
F. Bryner, Yrelja, Calif., assignors to The Dow Chemical 
Company, Midland, Mich, Amino derivatives of aro- 
matic ketones and making same. 2,063.868 ; Dec. 8. 

Britton, Harry C. (See Hayes, J. W., and Britton.) 

Brixmesh Corporation. (See Schnurer, Octave, assignor.) 

Brizard, Maxime J., San Francisco, Calif. Metallic coating 
recovering device. 2,031,030 ; Feb. 18. 

Brizzolara, Alfred A., New York, N. Y., E. L. Duhring, 
Plainfleld, and A. M. Erskine, Chatham, N. J., as- 
signors, by mesne assignments, to B. I. du Pont de 
Nemours and Company. Dispersible carbon black. 
2,062.159 : Nov. 24. 

Broadbent, Birdsall H., Shaker Heights, Ohio. Measuring 
and recording apparatus. 2,032,833 ; Mar. 3. 

Broadley. Joseph, Fair Oaks, Calif. Swivel hose coupling. 
2.044.052 ; June 16. 

Broadmeyer, Albert, assignor to W. O. Hlckok Manufac- 
turing Company, Harrisburg, Pa, Ruling machine. 
2,034,648 ; Mar. 17. 

Broadmeyer, Albert, assignor to W. O. Hickok Manufac- 
turing Company, Harrisburg, Pa. Sheet feeding or 
transferring apparatus. 2.052,526 ; Aug. 25. 

Broadmeyer, Albert, assignor to W. O. Hickok Manufac- 
turing Companv. Harrisburg, Pa. Sheet feeding appa- 
ratus. 2,065.487 ; Dec. 22. 

Broadwater, Charles C. (See Cornell, M., and Curtis, as- . 
signers.) 



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95 



Broadway, Leonard F., Ealing, London, and W. F. Tedham, 
Abby Wood, London, assignors to Electric & Musical 
Industries Limited, Hayes, Middlesex, England. Cath- 
ode ray tube. 2,058,29<J ; Oct. 20. 

Bioadwejl, Howard. Kidgewood, N. J., assignor to Bell 
Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Gain control regulator. 2,058,561 ; Oct. 27. 

Broadwell, William C, Mill VaUey, Calif. Button element. 
2,027,513; Jan. 14. 

Broback, Jucl I., Westfield, and G. J. Martin, Denville, 
N. J. Construction material. 2.065,045 ; Dec. 22. 

Broberg, Georg K. J.. Rasunda, S. W. Wallin, Kallstugan, 
Taby, and G. A. Wessen, Stockholm, Sweden. Camp 
bedstead. 2,048,854 ; June 9. 

Brobst, Charles K., Hamburg, Pa. Adjustable automiobile 
seat. 2,050.420 ; Aug. 11. 

Broche, Hans. (See Pott, A., Broche, and Ehrmann.) 

Brock, Clarence A., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Kexair Corporation, Detroit. Mich. Nozzle for vacuum 
cleaners. 2,035,688 ; Mar. 31. 

Brock, Clarence A., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Rexair Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Vacuum cleaner. 
2,060,108 ; Nov. 10. 

Brock, Daniel F. (See Brock, George E., D. F., and R. E.) 

Brock, George E., D. F., and R. E., Simcoe, Ontario, Can- 
ada. Trenching plow. 2,055,194 ; Sept. 22. 

Brock, Nicholas V. D., Santa Ana, Calif. Dispensing ap- 
paratus for charged beverages. 2,030,569 ; Feb. 11. 

Brock, Oral A., Peoria, 111. Dirt set corner post. 
2,044,053 ; June 16. 

Brock, Richard E., Tarentum, and E. T. Peterson, Reading, 
Pa. Pipe straightening machine. 2,049,992 ; Aug. 4. 

Brock. Robert E. (See Brock, George E., D. F., and R. E.) 

Brockenbrough, William M., and H. S. Norris, Savannah, 
Ga., assignors to Evans Products Company. Container. 
2,052,750; Sept, 1. 

Brockman. Charles J., Athens, Ga. Electrodepositing 
metals. 2,048,594 ; July 21. 

Brockman, Edwin, assignor of one-half to H. M, Kaercher, 
ButTalo. N. Y. Pneumatic suspension for vehicles. 
2,050,157 ; Aug. 4. 

Brockman, Oscar, Louisville, Ky. Resilient heel. 
2,048,683 : July 28. 

Brockman, Robert T., assignor to Burroughs Adding Ma- 
chine Company, Detroit, Mich. Power operated type- 
writer. 2,034,387 : Mar. 17. 

Brockway, Carl P., Paramus, N. J., assignor to National 
Television Corporation, Wilmington, Del. Discharge 
lamp. 2,056,953 ; Oct. 13. 

Brockway, Charles L., Chicago, 111. Keeper. 2,034,971 ; 
Mar. 24. 

Brodbeck, Aimer H. (See Stockstrom, A., and Brodbeck.) 

Broder, Simon, Washington, D. C. Thermometer. 
2,045,693 ; June 30. 

Broderick, Frederick C, Winnetka, 111. Combined water 
heater and circulating unit. 2,038,982 ; Apr. 28. 

Broderick, Frederick C, Winnetka, 111. Combined pressure 
and temperature control for steam heating systems. 
2,049,288 ; July 28. 

Broderick, Sylvester J., and E. H. Brown, Yellow Springs, 
Ohio, assignors to Bethlehem Mines Corporation. Pre- 
ferential sulphatization of complex ores. 2,036,015 ; 
Mar. 31. 

Broders, Claude E., assignor to Govro-Nelson Company, 
Detroit, Mich. Automatic feed head. 2,053,514 ; 
Sept. 8. 

Brodersen, Karl, Dessau in Anhalt, assignor to I. G. Far- 
benindustrie Aktiengesellschaft, Frankfort-on-the-Main, 
Germany. Mercerizing. 2,064,883 ; Dec, 22. 

Brodersen, Karl and H. Behncke, Dessau-in-Anhalt, and 
E. Korten, Frankfort-on-the-Main, Fechenheim, Ger- 
many, assignors to General Aniline Works, Inc., New 
York, N. Y. Manufacture of para-cyclohexylphenols. 
2,028,271; Jan. 21, 

Broderson, Henry J., Galveston, Tex., assignor to Standard 
Oil Company. Cracking hydrocarbon oils. 2,058,768 ; 
Oct. 27. 

Brodin, Carl F., Stockholm, Sweden. Apparatus for press- 
ing and dehydrating fibrous materials. 2,038,712 ; Apr. 
28. » 

Brodin, Eric C, Jenkintown, assignor to S K F Industries, 

Inc., Philadelphia, Pa. Cage for antifriction bearings. 

2,044,663; June 16. 
Brodsky, Frank, Staten Island, N. Y. Mounting strip 

for cards and the like. 2,051,677 ; Aug. 18. 
Brodsky, Harry, Philadelphia, Pa. Match. 2,056,768 ; 

Oct. 6. 
Brodsky, Milton. (See Goeltz, W. L., and Brodsky.) 
Brodt, Mercedes K., Lakewood, Ohio. Pad and cover. 

2,026,961 ; Jan. 7. 
Brody, Emmerich, Budapest, and T. Millner, Ujpest, 

Hungary, assignors, by mesne assignments, to General 

Electric Company. Electric lamp. 2,060,657 ; Nov. 10. 
Brody, Samuel C. (See Lenk, David A., assignor.) 
Brody, Samuel C, Brighton, Mass, Automatic blast torch. 

2.038.411 : Apr. 21. 
Brody, Samuel C. Brighton, Mass. Support and dispens- 

insr device. 2,045.941 ; June 30. 
Brody, Samuel C, Brighton, Mass. Support, 2,045,942 ; 

June 30. 
Brody. Samuel C, Brighton, Mass. Automatic blast torch. 

2,052,276 ; Aug. 25. 



Brody, Solomon, assignor of one-fourth to H. Pearlman, 
one-fourth to M. Golub, and one-fourth to A. Brow- 
sky, Brooklyn, N. Y. Plug connecter with interchange- 
able fuses. 2,063,723 ; Dee. 8. 

Broeg. William B., Peoria, 111. Baking pan. 2,058,662; 
Oct. 27. 

Broeren, Frank L,, Menasha, assignor to Alarathon Paper 
Mills Company, Rothschild, Wis. Paper dispenser. 

2.027.668 ; Jan. 14. 

Broeren, Frank L., Menasha, assignor to Marathon Paper 
Mills Company, Rothschild, Wis. Paper dispenser. 

2.027.669 ; Jan. 14. 

Broeren, Frank L., Menasha, assignor to Marathon Paper 
Mills Company, Rothschild, Wis. Paper dispenser. 

2.027.670 ; Jan. 14. 

Broeren, Frank L., Menasha, assignor to Marathon Paper 
Mills Company, Rothschild, Wis. Paper dispenser. 

2.027.671 ; Jan. 14. 

Broeren, Prank L., Menasha, assignor to Marathon Paper 
Mills Company, Rothschild, Wis. Portable dispenser for 
sheets. 2,027,672 ; Jan. 14. 
Broeren, Frank L., Menasha, assignor to Marathon Paper 
Mills Company, Rothschild, Wis. Paper dispenser. 
2,027,673 ; Jan. 14. 
Broeren, Prank L., Menasha, assignor to Marathon Paper 
Mills Company, Rothschild, Wis. Dispenser for folded 
sheets. 2,027,674; Jan. 14. 

Brogan, Byard F., Philadelphia, Pa. Clasp for string 
jewelry. 2,051,591 ; Aug. 18. 

Brogan, James A., Lawrence, Mass. Foot massaging de- 
vice. 2,037,495 ; Apr. 14. 
Brogan, Patrick J. (See Van Vliet, J., and Brogan.) 

Brogden, Erne.st M., Pomona, Calif., assignor to Brogdex 
Company, Winter Haven, Fla. Apparatus for treating 
fruit and the like. 2,039,280 ; May 5. 
Brogden, Ronald R., Pomona, Calif., assignor to Brogdex 
Company, Winter Haven, Fla. Transporting and/or 
storing articles in unit containers. 2,064,518 ; Dec. 15. 

Brogdex Company. (See Brogden, Erne.st M,, assignor,) 

Brogdex Company. (See Brogden, Ronald R., assignor.) 

Brogdex Company. (See Burwick, Lloyd W., assignor.) 

Brogdon. John C, and H. G. Cunningham, Atlanta, Ga. 
Electric cooking device. 2,052,919; Sept. 1. 

Brogren, Axel V., Detroit, Mich. Window operating 
mechanism. 2,045,694 ; June 30. 

Brokaw, Edward A., and W. H. .Noelting, as.«;ignors to 
Faultless Caster Corporation, Evansville, Ind. Caster 
socket. 2,052,538 ; Aug. 25. 

Brokel, Otto, Hamburg, Germany. Carburetor. 2,062,496 ; 
Dec. 1. 

Bromagem, Irl R., assignor to Union Citv Body Company, 
Union City, Ind. Chair seat. 2,063,836 ; Dec. 8. 

Bromig, Karl, assignor to Deutsche Gold- und Silber- 
Scheideanstalt vormals Roessler, Frankfort-on-the-Main, 
Germany. Stabilizing chlorinated rubber. 2,036,997 ; 
Apr. 14. 

Bromig, Karl, assignor to Deutsche Gold-und-Silber- 
Scheideanstalt vormals Roessler, Frankfort-on-the- 
Main, Germany. Obtaining chlorinated rubber from 
its solutions. 2,049,943 ; Aug. 4. 

Bromley, Mellor, and Company Limited. (See Bromley, 
T. C, and Helliwell, assignors.) 

Bromley, Thomas C, and G. S. Helliwell, assignors to 
Mellor Bromley and Company Limited, Leicester, Eng- 
land. Knot-tying device. 2,053,062 ; Sept. 1. 

Bromwell Wire Goods Company, The. (See Melish, 
Thomas G., assignor.) 

Bronander, Wilhelm B., Montclair, N. J. Machine or ap- 
paratus for use on railway tracks. 2.037,701 ; Apr. 21. 

Bronander. Wilhelm B., Montclair, N. J, Wrapping ma- 
chine, 2,050.268 ; Aug. 11. 

Bronander, Wilhelm B., Montclair, N. J. Variable speed 
driving mechanism. 2,054,802 ; Sept. 22, 

Bronander, Wilhelm B., Montclair, N. J., assignor to The 
Safety Car Heating & Lighting Company, New Haven, 
Conn. Internal combustion engine. 2,065,046 ; Dec. 
22. 

Bronaugh, Lewis J., and T. I. Potter, Portland, Oreg., said 
Bronaugh assignor to said Potter. Refrigerator. 
2,056,165 : Oct, 6. 

Bronsell, William P., Edna, Tex. Pipe patching device. 
2,046,766 : July 7. 

Bronson, Adelbert E,, Shaker Heights, assignor to The Dill 
Manufacturing Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Valve stem. 
2,038,473 ; Apr. 21. 

Bronson, Carlos E., assignor to Kewanee Boiler Corpora- 
tion, Kewanee, 111. Submerged water heater for boilers, 
2,049,153 ; July 28, 

Bronson, George E„ Beacon Palls, assignor to The Ameri- 
can Brass Company, Waterbury, Conn. Flexible hose 
support. 2,034,558 ; Mar. 17. 

Bronson Reel Company. (See Schafer, John V., assignor.) 

Bronstien, Edward L., St. Paul, Minn. Border for mat- 
tress inner spring units. 2,065,423 ; Dec. 22. 

Bronze Die Casting Company. (See Gerber, John L., as- 
signor.) 

Brooke, Harold L. (See Jandus, H. S., and Brooke.) 

Brooker, Leslie G. S., Rochester, N. Y., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Eastman Kodak Company, Jersey City, 
N. J. Photographic emulsions containing 7-alkyl-thio 
iso- and pseudo-cyanines. 2,060.023; Nov. 10. 

Brooker, Leslie G, S„ and P. L. White, Rochester, N. Y,. 
assignors, by mesne assignments, to Eastman Kodak 
Company, Jersey City. N. J. Preparation of carbo- 
cyanine dyes. 2,058,406 ; Oct. 27. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1936 



Brookes, Alfred. (See Rossiter, E. C, and Brookes, as- 
signors.) 

Brookey, Andrew C, Mount Morris, Mich. Reversible name 
plate and iiolder. 2,027,086 ; Jan. 7. 

Brookius, William L., Buffalo, and H. W. Jones, Williams- 
ville. N. y., assignors, by mesne assignments, to Union 
Carbide and Carbon Corporation. Butt welding. 
2,047,306 ; July 14. ,. ,^ ^ ^, ^ 

Brooks, Artbur U., ISutley, N. J., assignor to Tjnlted btates 
Rubber Products, inc.. New York, N. Y. I'lastic com- 
positions and articles made therefrom. 2,042,V)2rf ; 

June 2. „ „ , „ , V 

Brooks, Arthur M. (See Rafton, H. R., and Brooks.) 
Brooks, Arthur M., and H. R. Rafton, Andover, Mass., 

assignors to Raffold Process Corporation. Pigment 

manufacture. 2,062,255 ; Nov. 24. 
Brooks, Arthur M., and H. K. Rafton, Andover Mass 

assignors to KafEold Process Corporation. Pigment 

manufacture. 2,066,066 ; Bee. 29^ . 

Brooks, Arthur W. (See Wriglit, Harold A., assignor.) 
Brooks Benjamin L., Lynchburg, Va., assignor ot one-half 

to R J Rothstein, Washington, D. C. Artificial tooth 

construction. 2,054,781 ; Sept. lo. 
Brooks Benjamin T., Greenwich, Conn., assignor, by mesne 

assignments, to Standard Alcohol Company, Wilmington, 

Del. Sulphating mixtures of defines. 2,0o8,8ol ; 

Oct 27. ^. .KT • x 

Brooks, Byron B. (See Sorensen, Einar N., assignor.) 
Brooks, Charles. (See Stenger, Francis J., assignor.) 
Brooks, Charles A. (See Allen, E. M., and Brooks.) 
Brooks Charles A., Forest Hills, N. Y... assignor to The 
Union Switch & Signal Company, Swissvale, Pa. Rail- 
way traffic controlling apparatus. 2,062,048 , Nov. 24. 
Brooks, Charles B., Masontown, Pa. Coin selector and re- 
jector. 2,045,976; June 30. o n^o ooa . 
Brooks, Charles E., Oakland, Calif. Tie stay. 2,049,993 ; 

Au**" 4 

Brooks, Clarence W., Jr., Woodbury, N. J., assignor to 
E I du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. 
Black powder composition. 2,030096 ; Feb. 11. 
Brooks, Clarence W., Jr., Woodbury, N. J^and C. «• Jom' 
son. West Chester, Pa., assignors to E. I. du Pont de 
Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Cohesive low 
density pellets and process of controlled drying. 
2,062,636 ; Dec. 1. ^ , ., -d , „ a 

Brooks, Frank E. (See Hayenga, J. A., and Brooks.) 
Brooks George W., Kansas City, Kans. Apparatus for 
hospital beds. 2,050,269; Aug. 11. ^ ,^, « n q 
Brooks, George W., La Grange, assignor to The S. 0._ S. 
Company, Chicago, m. Metal wool body and making 
same. 2,060,010 ; Nov. 10. ., -d i \ 

Brooks, Harry E. (See Reeves, P...B., and Brooks.) 
Brooks! Henry, Forest Junction, Wis. Potato planter. 

2 0^2 "-^^l * Feb 25 * 
Brooks,' Henry M., trustee et al. (See Peltz, Gordon M., 

Brooks, John C, Longmeadow, assignor to The Fiberloid 
Corporation, Indian Orchard, Mass. Safety barrier. 

2,047,258 ; July 14. , . .,. -rrr 

Brooks, Lester M., Seattle, ' Wash., assignor to Weco 
Manufacturing Company. Driving connection. 

2,061,827 ; Nov. 24. , ,„, t, i • 

Brooks, Paul J., Lakewood, assignor to The Hankins 
Container Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Container. 
2,064,191; Dec. 15. „ , „ • , n 

Brooks, Percy C. (See Schneider, H and Brooks.) 

Brooks, Ralph R., and N. H. Willby, Wilkmsburg, and B. O. 
Austin. Forest Hills, Pa., assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric and Manufacturing Company. Automatic con- 
trol system. 2,044,149 ; June 16. . . ^, „„ 

Brooks, Raymond K., Unionville, Conn., assignor to Chas. 
W House & Sons. Polishing roll. 2,039,677 ; May o. 

Brooks, Robert A., Chicago, 111. Siphon breaker for water 
closets. 2,034,173; Mar. 17. . ^ _. 

Brooks, Samuel M., Merchantville assignor to barren 
Webster & Company, Camden, N. J. Heating system 
and apparatus. 2,041,282 ; May 19, „^ , 

Brooks, Walter C, Groveland, and J W. Staples assignors 
to Pope Machinery Corporation, Haverhill, Mass. Heel 
concaving machine. 2,065,645 ; Dec. 29. 

Brooks; William C, et al. (See Beckett, Kenneth C, as- 
si^'Dor ) 

Brooks William H., and F. M. Taylor, Birmingham, Ala. 
Aging lime putty. 2,041.813 ; May 26. 

Broome" Woody E., Myton, Utah. Gravity sand and gravel 
spreader. 2,059,548 ; Nov. 3. ,^ T^ 

Brosh, George J. (See Brosh, Orce F and G- J'^ , . 

Brosh Orce F. and G. J., Norway, Iowa. Embalming 
apparatus. 2,060,925 ; Nov. 17. . 

Brosius, Edgar E., Pittsburgh, Pa. Mud gun. 2,062,860 , 

Dec 1 
Brosius, Edgar E., Pittsburah. Pa. Mud gun. 2,065,647 ; 

Dec 29 

Brostr'om.' Charles G., Peabody, Mass., assignor to Tlnlted 
Shoe Machinerv Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Heel- 
seat fitting machine. 2,034,742 ; Mar. 24. 

Brostrom. Charles G., Lynn, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson. N. J. Machine 
for roughins shoe parts. 2.040.829 ; Mfiy 19. 

Brostrom, Charles G., Peabody, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinerv Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Shoe 
roughing machine. 2.043,360 : June 9. 

Brostrom. Charles 6., Lynn. Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation. Paterson, N. J. Trimming 
machine. 2,044,054 ; June 16. 



Brostrom, Charles G., Lynn, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Trimming 
machine. 2,053,320 ; Sept. 8. 

Brother, George H., Marblehead, assignor to Boston Black- 
ing & Chemical Co., Boston, Mass. Thread-treating com- 
position and method. 2,033,120 ; Mar. 10. 

Brotz, Frank G., Kohler, Wis. Lavatory waste and fit- 
ting. 2,032,525 ; Mar. 3. 

Brough Nicholson & Hall Limited. (See Sutton, Gerald J., 
assignor.) 

Broughton-Edge, Arthur B., London, England. Determin- 
ing the nature of the subsoil. 2,035,943 ; Mar. 31. 

Broulhiet, Georges, Paris, France. Rigid motor car frame. 
2,027,898 ; Jan. 14. 

Broulhiet, Georges, Paris, France. Suspension device for 
automobiles. 2,032,975 ; Mar. 3. 

Broulhiet, Georges, Paris, France. Rigid motor carriage 
frame. 2,033,813; Mar. 10. 

Broulhiet, Georges, Paris, France. Elastic suspension de- 
vice for vehicles. 2,059,434 ; Nov. 3. 

Broun, Archibald C, assignor to Marjorie Wilkinson, Cook, 
Minn. Measuring dispenser. 2,037,694 ; Apr. 21. 

Broun, Charles C, et al. (See Sampson, Irving F., as- 
signor.) 

Broun, Chas. M., et al. (See Sampson, Irving F., as- 
signor.) 

Brous, Samuel L., Akron, Ohio, assignor to The B. F. 
Goodrich Company, New York, N. Y. Making vinyl 
chloride. 2,041,814; May 26. 

Brouse, William H. D., Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Tray 
release mechanism for refrigerator freezing units. 
2,030,564 ; Apr. 7. 

Brouse, William H. D., Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Refrig- 
eration device. 2,036.565 ; Apr. 7. 

Brouse, William H. D., Toronto, Ontario, assignor to John 
Wood Manufacturing Company, Inc., Coooshohocken, Pa. 
Fluid dispensing device. 2,040,815 ; May 12. 

Brousseau, George F., Braintree, and H. D. Ferris, Newton 
Center, assignors to Hood Rubber Company, Inc. Water- 
town, Mass. Apparatus for etruding plastic material. 
2,028,044; Jan. 14. 

Brouwer, Benjamin W., assignor to Crompton & Knowles 
Loom Works, Worcester, Mass. Shipping and braking 
mechanism for looms. 2,055,228 ; Sept. 22. 

Brouwer, Benjamin W., assignor to Crompton & Knowlys 
Loom Works, Worcester, Mass. Shipping and braking 
mechanism for looms. 2,055,229 ; Sept. 22. 

Browall, Bert H., assignor to Svenska Aktiebolaget Broms- 
regulator, Malmo, Sweden. Variable leverage mecha- 
nism for vehicle brakes. 2,042.649 ; June 2. 

Browall, Bert H.. assignor to Svenska Aktiebolaget Broma- 
regulator, Malmo, Sweden. Automatic slack adjuster. 
2,062,497 ; Dec. i. 

Browder, Lewis M., East Columbus, Ohio. Battery cut 
out and safety lock. 2.043.880; June 9. 

Brower, Paul V., Maywood, Hi., assignor to Ditto, In- 
corporated. Transfer process. 2,040,075 ; May 12. 

Brower, William M., Palo Alto, assignor to Stanford Prod- 
ucts, Ltd., San Francisco, Calif. Electric clock. 
2,050,827 ; Aug. 11. 

Brown, Alexander H., Jr., Brooklyn, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Transit Research Corporation, New 
York, N. Y. Rim construction. 2,033,870 ; Mar. 10. 

Brown, Allen L., Sioux City, Iowa, assignor to W. Pease, 
Chicago, 111. Latch. 2,033,104 ; Mar. 3. 

Brown, Arlie M.. Knoxville, Tenn. Heating system. 
2,041,815 : May 26. 

Brown, Arthur B., Hammond, Ind., and P. F. Diwoky, 
Chicago, lU., assignors to Standard Oil Company, 
Chicago, Hi; Solvent extraction of oils. 2,064,338; 
Dec. 15. 

Brown, Arthur G., Manchester, England, assignor to F. C. 
Colby, Brooklyn, N. Y. Heating apparatus and method 
of heating. 2.058,769 : Oct. 27. 

Brown, Arthur J. S., Bromley, assignor to J. Stone & 
Company Limited, Deptford, England. Carbon pile regu- 
lator. 2,052,078 ; Aug. 25. 

Brown, Arthur M., Ellwood City, Pa. Woodworking tool. 
2.049,685 ; Aug. 4. 

Brown, Arthur W. (See Lindquist, D. E., Brown, and 
Whybrew.) * 

Brown, Augustus C, 3d., assignor to Sargent & Greenleaf, 
Inc., Rochester, N. Y. Lock mechanism. 2,035.526 ; 
Mar. 31. 

Brown Bag Filling Machine Company, The. (See Chand- 
ler, Austin S., assignor.) 

Brown Bag Filling Machine Company, The. (See Green- 
law. Burpee D., assignor.) 

Brown Bag Filling Machine Company, The. (See Lidberg, 
J. A., and Chandler, assignors.) 

Brown & Bailey Company. (See Keppler, Albert B., as- 
signor.) 

Brown, Bernard A., C. H. Kindl, and R. C. Kestle, 
assignors to Delco Products Division of General Motors 
Corporation, Dayton, Ohio. Control device. 2,041,161 ; 
May 19. 

Brown & Biselow. (See TroUen, Martin E., assignor.) 

Brown, Carl A., Chardon, and C. E. Hahn, Cleveland 
Hciahts. Ohio, assignors to General Electric Company. 
Method of and apparatus for shaping glass. 2,060,658 ; 
Nov. 10. 

Brown. Carl A., Chardon, and C. E. Hahn, Cleveland 
Heights, Ohio, assignors to General Electric Company. 
Machine for blowing bulbs. 2.060,659 ; Nov. 10. 




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97 



Brown, Carl D., astiijjnor to Draper Corporation, Hopedale, 
Mass. Loom protection meclianlsm. 2,028,731 ; Jan. 
21 

Brown, Carl D., assignor to Draper Corporation, Hopedale, 
Mass. Shuttle cheelv. 2.02S-732 ; Jan. 21. 

Brown, Carl D., assiijnor to Draper Corporation, Hope- 
dale, Mass. Shedding mechanism for looms. 2,042,422 ; 
May 26. 

Brown, Carl D., assignor to Draper Corporation, Hopodale, 
Mass. Selvage trimming mechanism. 2,046,286 ; 
June 30. 

Brown, Carl D., assignor to Draper Corporation, Hopedale, 
Mass. Let-off mechanism for looms. 2,058,127 ; 
Oct. 20. 

Brown, Carl D., assignor to Draper Corporation, Hope- 
dale, Mass. Shuttle change loom. 2,061,828 ; Nov. 24. 

Brown, Carl E., Columbus, Ohio. Foot power bath ap- 
pliance. 2,033,023; Mar. 3. 

Brown. Carl E., Columbus, Ohio. Chin operated alarm 
device. 2,066,092 : Dec. 29. 

Brown, Carl S., Hutchinson, Kans. SacUer apparatus. 
2,041,224 : May 19. 

Brown. Caroline, New York, N. Y. Foundation garment. 
2,052,163 ; Aug. 25. 

Brown, Caxton. (See Gerstle, John, assignor.) 

Brown. Chalmers S., Lima, Ohio. Sewage regulator. 
2,062,390 ; Dec. 1. 

Brown, Charles B. (See Brown, Charles H. and C. B.) 

Brown, Charles F. (See Muir, A. R., and Brown.) 

Brown, Charles H., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Protective circuit. 2,064,192 ; 
Dec. 15. 

Brown, Charles H. and C. B., Flushing, N. Y. Insole filler 
for shoes. 2,051,072 ; Aug. 18. 

Brown, Charles H. and C. B,, Flushing, N. Y. Shank 
stiffener for shoes. 2,053,420 ; Sept. 8. 

Brown, Charles O., Rye, N. Y., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Chemical Construction Corporation, 
Gauze. 2,049,246 ; July 28. 

Brown, Charles R., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Electric switchgear. 2,049,350 ; 
July 28. 

Brown, Charles S., Syracuse, N. Y. Piston. 2,028,822 ; 
Jan. 28. 

Brown. Charles S., Syracuse, N. Y. Starting apparatus 
for internal combustion engines. 2.053,321 ; Sept. 8. 

Brown, Charles S., Syracuse, N. Y. Cylinder construction 
for air cooled internal combustion engines. 2,062,391 ; 
Dec. 1. 

Brown, Charles S., Syracuse, N. Y. Cylinder construction 
for air cooled engines, 2,062,392 ; Dec. 1. 

Brown, Charles S., Syracuse, N. Y. Cylinder construction 
for air cooled engines. 2.062.393 ; Dec. 1. 

Brown, Charles S., Syracuse, N. Y. Cylinder block for air 
cooled internal combustion engines. 2,062,394 ; Dec. 1. 

Brown, Charles S.. Syracuse, N. Y. Fence post construc- 
tion. 2. 005.562 : Dec. 29. 

Brown, Charles S., and T. A. Delaney. Syracuse, N. Y. 
Fence construction. 2.0.^9.879 ; May 5, 

Brown, Charley C. Ponca City, S, N. Van Wevt, and 
A. ArutunofC. assignors to Reda Pump Company, Bar- 
tlesville. Okla. Raising fluid from deep oil and water 
wells. 2,032,000 ; Feb. 25. 

Brown, Clarence J., Chicago, 111. Vehicle headlight. 
2,051,466 ; Aug. 18. 

Brown Company. (See Burke, E., and Sherman, as- 
signors.) 

Brown Company. (See Moore, Hugh K., assignor.) 

Brown Company. (See Rlchter, George A., assignor.) 

Brown Company. (See Richter, G. A., and McKinney, 
assignors.) 

Brown Company. (See Richter, G. A., and Schur, as- 
signors.) 

Brown Company. (See Richter, G. A., -Vannah, and Mc- 
Murtrie, assignors.) 

Brown Company. (See Richter, G. A., Vannah, and Rasch, 
assignors.) 

Brown Company. (See Schur, Milton O., assignor.) 

Brown Company. (See Schur, M. C, and Hearn, as- 
signors.) 

Brown Company. (See Sherman, John C, assignor,) 

Brown Company. (See Sweet, Harry, assignor.) 

Brown. David, Chicago, 111. Doorbell switch, 2,030,581 ; 
May 5. 

Brown, Davis, Los Angeles, Calif. Automatic brick and 
tile cutter. 2,058,663 ; Oct. 27. 

Brown. Derrell E., Onawa, Iowa. Casket truck. 2,036,455 ; 
Apr. 7. 

Brown. Donald, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England, assignor 
of twentv-five per cent to T. N. Garson, Staten Island, 
N. Y. Floor and roof construction. 2,045,117 ; June 23. 

Brown. Donald P., King's Cross, London, England, as- 
signor to The Westinghouse Air Brake Company, Wil- 
merding. Pa. Electro-pneumatic brake. 2,065,209 : 
Dec. 22. 

Brown, Earl H. (See Broderiek, S. J., and Brown.) 

Brown, Edmund. Palmyra, N. J. Pipe Joint and making 
the same. 2,037,962 ; Apr. 21. 

Brown, Edmund I.. Tarantum. Pa., assignor to Pittsburgh 
Plate Glass Company. Process and apparatus for an- 
nealing glass sheets. 2,057.816 ; Oct. 20. 

Brown, Edmund K., assignor to The Torrinirton Company. 
Torrington. Conn. Antifriction bearing and making the 
same. 2,038,474 : Apr. 21. 
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Brown, Edmund K., assignor to The Torrington Company, 
Torrington. Conn. Antifriction bearing and making 
same. 2,038,475 ; Apr. 21. 
Brown, Edmund K,, assignor to The Torrington Company, 
Torriugton, Conn, Antifriction bearing and making 
the same. 2,003,787 ; Dec. 8. 
Brown, Edmund L., Bowdon, England. Hydraulic brak- 
ing system. 2,065,168 : Dec. 22. 
BroTvn, Edward G., Denison, Tex. Insect screen. 
2,044,664 ; June 16. 

Brown, Edward W., Lexington, Ky. Operating mecha- 
nism having automatically repeated action. 2,056,509 ; 
Oct. 6. 

Brown, Edwin P. (See Smith, Myron H.. assignor.) 

Brown, Elmer W., Oberlin, Kans. Repair device for cream 
separator disks. 2,031,250 ; Feb. 18. 

Brown, Elmo L., Asheville, N. C. Carburetor. 2,029,556 ; 
Feb. 4. 

Brown, Ernest S., Inglewood, and D. B. Nutt, El Segundo, 
assignors to Standard Oil Company of California, San 
Francisco, Calif. Refining petroleum distillate. 
2,049,423 ; Aug. 4. 

Brown, Ernest W., Park Ridge, 111., and R. C. Farrell, 
Wood-Ridge, N. J., assignors to Whitlock Cordage Com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. Twine. 2,061,559 ; Nov. 24. 

Brown, Francis V., assignor to Automotive Products Com- 
pany Limited, London, England. Multiple pump par- 
ticularly for reversible flow systems. 2,057,934 ; 
Oct. 20. 

Brown, Prank. (See Ellis, G. H., and Brown.) 

Brown, Prank. (See Kurtz, Andrew, assignor.) 

Brown, Frank B., Riverside, R. I. Work clamp. 
2.053,459; Sept. 8. 

Brown, Frank H. (See Chamberlain, C. L., and Brown.) 

Brown, Frank K., assignor to Continental Screw Company, 
New Bedford, Mass. Screw. 2,062,550 ; Dec. 1. 

Brown, Frank M., Williamstown, Victoiia, .-\ustralia. 
Means for use in the packing of eggs and like shaped 
articles. 2,048,776 ; July 28. 

Brown, Frank W., Elkridge, W. Va. Wheel rail clamp. 
2,053,179 ; Sept. 1. 

Brown, Frederick, assignor to The Talking Weighing Ma- 
chine Company, Incorporated, Louisville, Ky. Casing. 
2,046,809 ; July 7. 

Brown, Frederick, assignor to The Talking Weighing Ma- 
chine Company, Incorporated, .Louisville, Ky. Weigh- 
ins machine. 2. 005. 964 : Dee. 29. 

Brown, George B., Somerville, N. J., assignor to Johns- 
Manville Corporation, New York, N. Y. Structural unit. 
2,043,987; June 16. 

Brown, George B., Somerville, N. J., assignor to Johns- 
Manvllle Corporation, New York, N. Y. Lightweight 
unit. 2,043,988 ; June 16. 

Brown, George B., Somerville, N. J., and H. E. Holcomb, 
Stratford, Conn., assignors to Johns-Manville Corpora- 
tion, New York, N. Y. Sound absorbing article. 
2,036,9il3 ; Apr. 7. 

Brown. George D., and G. M. Myers, Nanty Glo, Pa. Safety 
switch. 2,026.962 ; Jan. 7. 

Brown, George H., New York, N. Y. Portable compartment 
for sleeping or sun-bathing. 2.047,056 : July 7. 

Brown, George R., Bridgeport, Conn., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Fuse. 2,031,457 ; Feb. 18. 

Brown, George R., Bridgeport, Conn., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Fuse. 2.041,590 ; May 19. 

Brown, George R., Stratford, Conn., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Electric switch. 2,047,931 ; July 
14. 

Brown, Gerald G. (See Guier, W. C, and Brown.) 

Brown, Grant R., Sunbury, Pa. Egg breaker. 2,039,678 ; 
May 5. 

Brown-Grigsby Gold Mining Company. (See Brown, H., 
and Grigsby, assignors.) 

Brown, Gwynne O., Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, 
assignor to Motion Displays, Inc. Animated display de- 
vice. 2,055.857 ; Sept. 29. 

Brown, H. Brainard, assignor to Taylor Instrument Com- 
panies, Rochester, N. Y. Thermometer. 2,035,634; 
Mar. .^1. 

Brown, H. Brainard, assignor to Taylor Instrument Com- 
panies, Rochester, N. Y. Thermometer. 2,040,292 ; May 
12. 

Brown, Harold, Kansas City, Kans., and A. R. Grigsby, 
Kansas Citv, Mo., assignors to Brown-Grigsby Gold 
Mining Companv, Kansas City, Kans. Separator. 
2,041,591 ; Mnv 19. 

Brown, Harold D., Los Angeles, Calif. Drying and im- 
pregnating felt. 2.050,483 ; Aug. 11. 

Brown, Harold W., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Refrigerating machine. 
2,047,0.57; July 7. 

Brown, Harry W., Louisville, Colo. Jack. 2,064,370 ; 
Dec. 15. 

Brown, Henry, Raleigh, N. C. Tooth brush. 2,047,613; 
July 14. 

Brown, Henry A,, assignor of one-fourth to S. E. Kennedy, 
Fort Worth, Tex. Lubricating device. 2,042.206 ; May 
26. 

Brown. Herbert O., Fairfield, Maine. Display device. 
2.065.965 : Dec. 29. 

Brown. Herbert S., Chicago, 111. Tube forming machine. 
2,062,291 ; Dec. 1. 

Brown Instrument Company, The. (See Fisher, Andrew 
J., assignor.) 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1936 



Brown Instrument Company, The. (See Handwerk, Otto 

T., assignor.) 
Brown Instrument Company, The. (See Harrison, 

Thomas R., assignor.) 
Brown Instrument Company, The. (See Harrison, T. E., 

Grauel, and Kessler, assignors.) 
Brown Instrument Company, The. (See Krogh, Aniier E., 

assignor.) 
Brown Instrument Company, The. (See Pearce, Walter 

H., assignor.) 
Brown Instrument Company, The. (See Sharp, Jonathan, 

assignor.) 
Brown Instrument Company, The. (See Spitzglass, Albert 

F., assignor.) 
Brown Instrument Company, The. (See Spitzglass, A. F., 

and Handwerk, assignors.) 
Brown, J. Handford. (See Martinez, Jose, assignor.) 
Brown, James H., New York, N. Y. Necktie. 2,043,527 ; 

June 9. 
Brown, James S., assignor to Shoe City Machine Company, 

Inc., Lynn, Mass. Sole shaping machine. 2,048,595 ; 

July 21. 
Brown, James W. (See Crawford, O. J., and Brown.) 
Brown, James W., Los Angeles, Calif., assignor to Carl 

O. Nordensson, Buffalo, N. Y. Guest announcer. 

2.048.672 ; July 28. 

Brown, James W., Los Angeles, Calif., assignor to Carl O. 
Nordensson, Buffalo, N. Y. Guest announcer. 

2.048.673 ; July 28. 

Brown, Jesse J., Syracuse, N. Y. Timing device. 
2,045,118 ; June 23. 

Brown. Jesse J., Syracuse, N. Y. Liquid gauge. 
2,053,460 ; Sept. 8. 

Brown, John A., Chicago, 111. Seat actuated compression 
tank water closet. 2,049,890 ; Aug. 4. 

Brown, John H., Leicester, England, assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Machine 
for coating the peripheral portions of soles. 2,063,149 ; 
Dec. 8. 

Brown, John L., Verona, and W. R. Harding, Wilkinsburg, 
Pa., assignors to Westinghouse Electric & Manufactur- 
ing Company, Bast Pittsburgh, Pa. Spot welder. 
2,042,207 ; May 26. 

Brown, John R., Cleveland Heights, assignor to The Re- 
liance Gauge Column Company, Cleveland, Ohio. High 
pressure liquid level gauge. 2,065,646 ; Dec. 29. 

Brown, John P., South Croydon, assignor to P. B. Deviator 
Limited, London, England. Gyroscopic apparatus. 
2,036,914 ; Apr. 7. 

Brown, Joseph D., New York, N. Y., assignor to Raylite 
Trading Company, Inc. Switch-type plug attachment 
device. 2,028,314: Jan. 21. 

Brown, Joseph F., New York, N. Y. Propeller. 2,032,790 ; 
Mar. 3. 

Brown, Joseph F., assignor of one-half to PI. M. Stanley, 
New York, N. Y. Propeller device. 2,039,628 ; May 5. 

Brown, Joseph R. (See Pettett, L. J., Brown, and Mills.) 

Brown, Kenneth R., Rockford, lU. Rod driver. 2,033,227 ; 
Mar. 10. 

Brown, Kenneth R., Tamaqua, Pa., assignor to Atlas 
Powder Company, Wilmington, Del. Manufacture of 
Alcoholic beverages. 2,061,560 : Nov. 24. 

Brown, L. J. (See Jeffries, Oren L., assignor.) 

Brown, Lee R., Whippany, assignor to Monroe Calculating 
Machine Company, Orange, N. J. Calculating machine. 
2,043,279 ; June 9. 

Brown, Leo C. (See Roth, W. D., Brown, and Phelps.) 

Brown Le Roy O., assignor to Justrite Manufacturing 
Company, Chicago, 111. Torch support ladle. 2,030,238 ; 
Feb. 11. 

Brown, Leslie. (See Hoy, J. E., and Brown.) 

Brown-Lipe Gear Company, et al. (See Tower, Elmer V. J., 
assignor.) 

Brown, Lloyd T. (See Simon, James O., assignor.) 

Brown, Louis, and R. J. Jones, San Antonio, Tex. Throt- 
tling means for internal combustion engines. 2,036,619 ; 
Apr. 7. 

Brown, Lucian C., La Feria, Tex. Boiler cleaner. 
2,043,150; June 2. 

Brown, Maurice, et al. (See Deutsch, B., and Werner, 
assignors.) 

Brown-McLaren Manufacturing Company. (See Kopsch, 
Herbert E., assignor.) 

Brown. Mortimer J., Niagara Falls, N. Y. Siphon head. 
2,055,466 ; Sept. 29. 

Brown, Ned C. L. Scottsville, assignor to General Railway 
Signal Company, Rochester, N. Y. Control system for 
classification yards. 2,045^695 ; June 30. 

Brown, Newman T., Seattle, Wash., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, and decree of distribution, to Katherine 
H. Grommesch. Vegetable and fruit skin removing de- 
vice. 2,041,111 ; May 19. 

Brown, ATorman G. (See Smith, P. N.. and Brown.) 

Brown, Paul B., assignor to The De Vilhlss Company, To- 
ledo, Ohio. Combined liquid dropper and discharging 
device. 2,037,207 ; Apr. 14. 

Brown, Pauline A., Victoria, Tex. Cake box. 2,061,957 ; 
Nov. 24. 

Brown Philip F., Yonkers, assignor to Du Pont Rayon 
Company, New York, N. Y. Disintegration of fibers. 
2,054,280; Sept. 15. 

Brown, Ralph, assignor to The Adlake Company, Wilmette. 
111. Ventilator. 2,037,063 ; Apr. 14. 



Brown, Ralph C, Lakewood, Ohio, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Union Carbide and Carbon Corporation. 
Electrode resistant to anodic attack. 2,053,214 ; Sept. 1. 

Brown, Ralph L., Syracuse, assignor to Atmospheric Nitro- 
gen Corporation, New York, N. Y. Regeneration of 
catalysts. 2,027,855 ; Jan. 14. 

Brown, Ralph L., Syracuse, assignor to Atmospheric Nitro- 
gen Corporation, New York, N. Y. Production of oxy- 
genated organic compounds. 2,030,048 ; Feb. 11. 

Brown, Ralph W., Belleville, 111., assignor to Aluminum 
Company of America, Pittsburgh, Pa. Treatment of 
fabrics. 2,035,527 ; Mar. 31. 

Brown, Raymond S., Detroit, Mich. Paint drier. 
2,048,777 ; July 28. 

Brown. Raymond W. (See Manoilovich, N., Gruen, and 
Berill.) 

Brown, Reynolds D., Jr. (See McCaa., D. G., and Brown.) 

Brown, Reynolds D., Jr., assignor to Philadelphia Storage 
Battery Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Image transmis- 
sion system. 2,054,893. 

Brown, Robert, New York, N. Y. Window shade. 
2,056,823; Oct. 6. 

Brown, Robert E., assignor to The Fulton Sylphon Com- 
pany, Knoxville, Tenn. Method and apparatus for roll- 
ing bellows. 2,061,501 ; Nov. 17. 

Brown, Robert L., Milwaukee, Wis. Excavating machine. 
2,032,911 ; Mar. 3. 

Brown, Robert N., assignor to Packard Motor Car Com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. Worm gear burnishing machine and 
method. 2,062,696 ; Dec. 1. 

Brown, Robert S., New Britain, and W. B. Retz, Plain- 
ville. assignors to The New Britain-Gridley Machine 
Company, New Britain, Conn. Metalworking machine. 
2,054,358 ; Sept. 15. 

Brown, Roderick F., Altus, Okla. Suction tonsillectome. 
2,036,998 ; Apr. 14. 

Brown, Roy W. (See Moss, F. A., Dickinson, and Brown.) 

Brown, Roy W., assignor to The Firestone Tire and Rubber 
Company, Akron, Ohio. Accelerometer. 2,034,649 ; 
Mar. 17. 

Brown, Roy W., assignor to The Firestone Tire & Rubber 
Company, Akron, Ohio. Magnetic thickness gauge. 
2,051,780 ; Aug. 18. 

Brown, Roy W., assignor to The Firestone Tire & Rubber 
Company, Akron, Ohio. Integrating control method 
and apparatus for achieving uniformity of average con- 
ditions. 2,051,781 ; Aug. 18. 

Brown, Roy W., assignor to The Firestone Tire & Rubbe"- 
Company, Akron, Ohio. Chronoscope. 2,058,211 ; Oct. 
20. 

Brown, Russell L., Lowell, Mass., L. J. Walters, San Diego, 
Calif., E. M. Brickett, North Chelmsford, Mass., and 
S. A. Coleman, Pelham, N. H., assignors to Fitger Cali- 
fornia Company, Los Angeles, Calif. Wool cleaning ma- 
chine. 2,036,915 ; Apr. 7. 

Brown & Sharpe Manufacturing Company (See Bennett, 
Arthur F., assignor.) 

Brown and Sharpe Manufacturing Company. (See Moo, 
Gothard T.. assignor. i 

Brown and Sharpe Manufacturing Company. (See Rich, 
Charles A., assignor.) 

Brown Shoe Company. (See Kaut, William, assignor. ^ 

Brown, Stephen A., assignor to J. Boehler, Chicago, 111. 
Glue container and spreader. 2,028,084 ; Jan. 14. 

Brown, Theophilus, assignor to Deere & Company, Moline, 
111. Tractor. 2,031,758 : Feb. 25. 

Brown, Theophilus, Moline, 111., assignor to John Deere 
Tractor Company, Waterloo, Iowa. Tractor. 2,057,935 ; 
Oct. 20. 

Brown, Thomas A., Summerfield, Kans. Pole handling 
mechanism. 2.056,883 ; Oct. 6. 

Brown, Thomas E., Jr., Tuxedo, and S. Hardesty, Larch- 
mont, N. Y. Game apparatus. 2,060,973 ; Nov. 17. 

Brown, Thomas I. (See Pearson, W. J., and Brown.) 

Brown, Walter, Toledo, Ohio. Composite metal article. 
2,033,814; Mar. 10. 

Brown, Walter B., Reiffton, assignor to Wyomissing 
Glazed Paper Company, West Reading, Pa. Paper glaz- 
ing machine. 2,057,081 ; Oct. 13. 

Brown. Walter O., Detroit, Mich. Radio cabinet. 
2,058,407 : Oct. 27. 

Brown, William, assignor to McAdoo & Allen Welting Com- 
pany, Quakertown, Pa. Goodyear welt. 2,034,650 ; 
Mar. 17. 

Brown, William, assignor of one-half to Darwins Limited, 
Sheffield, England. Safety razor. 2,037,849 ; Apr. 21. 

Brown, William B., Wichita, Kans. Gas meter. 2,042,766 : 
June 2. 

Brown, William H.. Cleveland. Ohio. Cigarette vending 
machine. 2,032.001 : Feb. 25. 

Brown, William H., Cleveland, Ohio. Combination tray 
and door bolt. 2,037,309 ; Apr. 14. 

Brown, William R., Monroe, La., assignor to Shuron Opti- 
cal Company, Inc.. Geneva. N. Y. Temple connection 
for spectacles. 2,034,326 ; Mar. 17. 

Brown, William W., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Antenna structure. 2,059,183 : 
Oct. 27. 

Brown, Winslow R., Harrisburg, Pa. Atomizer. 
2,064,726 ; Dec. 15. 

Brownback, Henry L., Norristown, Pa. Making bearings. 
2.066,247; Dec. 29. 

Browne, Alfred L., South Orange, N. J. Humidifying ap- 
paratus. 2,034,743 ; Mar. 24. 



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Browne, Arthur W., Clifton Junction, near Manchester, 
England, nssisnor to Tlie Electric Storage Battery 
Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Hydrometer for electrical 
accumulators. 2,054,691 ; Sept. 1-5. 

Browne, Bennie 0., Maplewood, and H. Morrison, Orange, 
N. J., assignors tc Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incor- 
porated, New Tork, N. Y. Remote control apparatus. 
2,034,708 ; Mar. 24. 

Browne, Cecil O. (See Whitaker, A., and Browne.) 

Browne, Cecil O.. West Acton, London, assignor to The 
Gramophone Limited, Hayes. England. Recording of 
sound with the aid of light. 2,059.083 : Oct. 27. 

Browne, George T., Trenton, N. J., assignor to John A. 
Roebling's Sons Company, New York, N. Y. Rope 
thimble. 2,040,642 ; May 12. 

Browne, Lindsay H., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Josiah Anstice & Co. Inc., Rochester, N. Y. Automobile 
reverse moyement control. 2,038,983 ; Apr. 28. 

Browne, Lindsay H., assignor to Josiah Anstice & Co., Inc., 
Rochester, N. Y. Automobile back-rolling device. 
2,038,984; Apr. 28. 

Browne, Lindsay H., assignor to Josiah Anstice & Co., Inc., 
Rochester, N. Y. Automobile reverse movement control. 
2,038,985 ; Apr. 28. 

Browne, Lindsay H., assignor to Josiah Anstice & Co., Inc., 
Rochester, N. Y. Back rolling lock control. 2,038,986 ; 
Apr. 28. 

Browne, Lindsay H., assignor to Josiah Anstice & Co., Inc., 
Rochester, N. Y. Roll back stop. 2,038,987 ; Apr. 28. 

Browne, Lindsay H., assignor to Josiah An.stice & Co. Inc., 
Rochester,, N. Y. Power brake operating mechanism. 
2,052,001 ; Sept. 1. 

P>rowne, Lindsay H., assignor to Josiah Anstice & Co., Inc., 
Rochester, N. Y. Motor car controlling means. 
2,052,552 ; Sept. 1. 

Browne, Lindsay H., assignor to Kellogg Manufacturing 
Co., Rochester, N. Y. Compressor. 2,062,206 ; Nov. 24. 

Browne, Montague P., Buffalo, N. Y. Brace or stay for 
hinged covers and the like. 2,035,944 ; Mar. 81. 

Browne. Theodore C, Hinsdale, 111. Printing plate matrix. 
2,041.743; May 26. 

Bro^vnell, John R., and C. B. Little, Dayton, Ohio, as- 
signors, by mesne assignments, to Minneapolis.Honey- 
well Regulator Company. Apparatus for controlling 
stokers. 2,064,193 ; Dec. 15. 

Browning, Glenn H., Winchester, assignor to Doble En- 
gineering Company, Medford, Mass. Compensated watt- 
meter. 2,031,207 ; Feb. 18. 

Browning, J. M. & M. S., Company. (See Browning, John, 
assignor.) 

Browning, John, assignor to J. M. & M. S. Browning Com- 
pany, Ogden, Utah. Repeating firearm. 2,050,038 ; 
Aug. 4. 

Browning, John H. (See Todt, P. W., and Browning.) 

Brownlee, Dalmar T., Indianapolis, Ind., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to W. C. Starkey, R. S. Pruitt and 
W. H. Beal, trustees. Overrunning clutch. 2,043,695 ; 
June 9. 

Brownlee, Dalmar T., assignor to L. G. S. Devices Cor- 
poration, Indianapolis, Ind. Drill head. 2,049,047 ; 
July 28. 

Brownlee, Harold J., Cedar Rapids, Iowa, assignor to The 
Quaker Oats Company, Chicago, III. Feeding device and 
using the same. 2,059,435 : Nov. 3. 

Bro^vnlee, Rov II., and O. P. Kohler, Pittshurgh, Pa. Hair 
drier. 2,037,695 : Apr. 21. 

Brownscombe, Philip J., East Orange, N. J., assignor to 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, 
N. Y. Film driving apparatus. 2,046,723 ; July 7. 

Brownsdon, Henry W., Birmingham. F. Gee, Hazel Grove. 
Cheshirt, and H. F. Wagstaff, Birmingham, England, 
assignors to Imperial Chemical Industries Limited. 
Pipe joint or coupling. 2,055,276 ; Sept. 22. 

Brownstein, Louis, Brooklyn, N. Y. Ice cube tray. 

2.037,364 ; Apr. 14. 
Brubach, Howard F., Washington, D. C. Slide holder. 
2,058,128 ; Oct. 20. 

Brubaker, Howard D., Wilcox, Pa. 
2,065,424 ; Dec. 22. 

Brubaker, John A. (See Thurston, 
Turner.) 

Brubaker, John T.. Wilkinsburg. Pa. Mechanism for me- 
chanical measurements. 2,208.134 ; Jan. 21. 

Brubaker, Merlin M., assignor to E. I. du Pont de Ne- 
mours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Composition con- 
taining castor oil derivative. 2,027,466; .Tan. 14. 
Brubaker, Merlin M., assignor to E. I. du Pont de Ne- 
mours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Oil derivative. 
2.027,467 ; Jan. 14. 

Bruhaker, Merlin M., assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours 
& Company, Wilmington, Del. Synthetic resin. 
2.03.5.528 : Mar. 31. 
Brubaker, Merlin M., assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours 
& Company, Wilmington, Del. Synthetic resin. 
2,046,318 ; July 7. 
Brubaker, Merlin M., assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours 
& Company, Wilmington, Del. Synthetic resin.=:. 
2.047.668 ; July 14. ^ _ 

Brubaker, Merlin M., assignor to B. I. du Pont de Ne- 
mours & Company. Wilmington, Del. Polybydric alcohol- 
polybasic acid resins and compositions containing them. 
2.057,765: Oct. 20. 
Brubaker, Merlin M., assignor to E. I. du Pont de Ne- 
mours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Dispersed gelled 
resins. 2,057,766; Oct. 20. 



Educational device. 
E. B., Brubaker, and 



Brubaker, Merlin M., Wilmington, Del., and R. E. Thomas, 
Newburgh, N. Y., assignors to E. I. du Pont de Nemours 
& Company, Wilmington, Del. Amine modified poly- 
bydric alcohol-polybasic acid resins. 2,048,778 ; July 
28. 

Brubaker, Walter S., assignor to Granberg Meter Cor- 
poration, San Francisco, Calif. Leakage compensating 
meter. 2,042,767 ; June 2. 

Brubaker, Walter S., and A. J. Saarinen, assignors to 
Granberg Meter Corporation, San Francisco, Calif. 
Automatic control means. 2,046,304 ; June 30. 

Brubaker, Walter S., and A. J. Saarinen, assignors to 
Granberg Meter Corporation, San Francisco, Calif. 
Counter-setting means. 2,058,056 ; Oct. 20. 

Brubaker, Walter S., Oakland, and A. J. Saarinen, assignors 
to Granberg Meter Corporation. San Francisco. Calif. 
Flow shut-ofiE mechanism. 2,055,964 ; Sept. 29. 

Brubaker. William A. (See Kline, W., and Brubaker.) 

Bruce, Albert W., Ottumwa, Iowa. Apparatus for apply- 
ing adhesive wax to fowls and the like. 2,047.544 ; 
July 14. 

Bruce, Alexander D., et al. (See Peters, Thomas B. R., as- 
signor.) 

Bruce, Chester F., assignor to Greenfield Tap and Die 
Corporation, Greenfield, Mass. Die holder. 2,063,980 ; 
Dec. 15. 

Bruce, Donald S. (See Driscoll, J., and Bruce.) 

Bruce, E. L., Company. (See Bruce, Edwin L., Jr., as- 
signor.) 

Bruce, E. L., Company. (See Bruce, Frank E., as- 
signor.) 

Bruce, E. L.. Company. (See Bruce, Robert G., assignor.) 

Bruce, E. L., Company. (See Fellman, Evan L., as- 
signor.) 

Bruce, E. L., Company. (See Lyons. Frank H., assignor.) 

Bruce, Edwin L., Jr., assignor to E. L. Bruce Company, 
Memphis, Tenn. Wood block flooring. 2,054,015 ; 
Sept. 8. 

Bruce, Frank E., assignor to E. L. Bruce Company, Mem- 
phis, Tenn. Wood floor. 2,029,808 ; Feb. 4. 

Bruce, Homer L., Houston, Tex. Cover for receptacles 
for safety razors. 2,027,899 ; Jan. 14. 

Bruce, Jesse R. (See Shank, Claude, assignor.) 

Bruce, John A., Tampa, Fla. Packaging process for bever- 
ages. 2,054,494 ; Sept. 15. 

Bruce, Joseph H. (See Berg, Nanstad, assignor.) 

Bruce-Macbeth Engine Company, The. (See Allen, Harry 
L., assignor.) 

Bruce, Robert G., assignor to E. L. Bruce Company, Mem- 
phis, Tenn. Wood block. 2,045,067 ; June 23. 

Bruce, Robert G., assignor to B. L. Bruce Company, Mem- 
phis, Tenn. Wood block. 2,045,068 ; June 23. 

Bruce, Thomas A., Western Springs, 111., assignor to Inter- 
national Patents Development Company, Wilmington, 
Del. Quick hydrating anhydrous dextrose. 2.058,852 ; 
Oct. 27. 

Briiche, Ernst, Berlin-Reinickendorf (Ost), Germany, as- 
signor to AUgemeine Elektricitatz Gesellschaft, Berlin, 
Germany. Electron tube. 2,034,174 ; Mar. 17. 

Briiche, Ernst, Berlin-Reinickendorf, assignor to Allge- 
miene Elektricitats Gesellschaft, Berlin, Germany. Elec- 
tron discharge device. 2,038.341 ; Apr. 21. 

Briiche, Ernst, Berlin-Reinickendorf, assignor to AUge- 
meine Elektricitatz Gesellschaft, Berlin, Germany. 
Electron tube. 2,044,347 ; June 16. 

Brucite Processes, Inc. (See Howes, Raymond T., as- 
signor.) 

Bruck, Walter, Mannheim, Germany, assignor to General 
Aniline Works, Inc., New York, N. Y. Vat dyestuffs of 
the anthraquinone-2.1 (N) benzacridone series. 
2,031,406 ; Feb. 18. 

Brucke. Otto. Zurich, Switzerland, assignor to American 
Lurgi Corporation, New York, N. Y. Refining vege- 
table and animal oils and fats. 2.035.589; Mar. 31. 

Briickel, Waldemar, Berlin, Germany, assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Multiple signaling system. 
2,047,900; July 14. 

Brucker, George W., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Anode bafSe for mercury arc 
rectifiers. 2.056.034 ; Sept. 29. 

Bruckmayer, Frledrich. (See Honlgmann, B., and Bruck- 
mayer.) 

Bruckner, Nicholas, et al. (See De Nagy, Bela, assignor.) 

Bruckshaw, Robert V., Centerville, Iowa. Adjusting gauge 
device for printing plate boring machines. 2,054.359 ; 
Sept. 15. 

Bruderlin, Emil J. (See Levison, S. H., and Bruderlin.) 
• Brueckl, John. Union City, N. J. Seat covering device. 
2,040,463 ; May 12. 

Bruening, Bernard G., Evansville, Ind. Chair. 2,028,823 ; 
Jan. 28. 

Bruening, Henrv W., Carpentersville, assignor of one-half 
to Arthur F. Kleinschmidt, Roselle, 111. Apparatus for 
dispensing beer. 2,036,620 ; Apr. 7. 

Bruestle. Armin O. (See Stensrer. E. P., and Bruestle.) 

Briigmann, William F., Evanston, 111. Printing plate 
mounting. 2,061,058 ; Nov. 17. 

Briihl. Paul, and F. Neugart Berlin, Germany. Grinding 
machine. 2.028.315 : .Tan. 21. 

Bruijnes, Johannes. (See Mulder, J. G. W., Bruijnes, 

and Maartens.) 
Bruijnes, Johannes. (See Uyterhoeven, W., Bruijnes, ana 
Verburg.) 



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Bruijnes, Johannes, Ekko Oosterhuis, and J. G. W. Mulder, 

Eindboven, assignor to N. V. Philips' Gloeilampen- 

fabrleken, Eindlioven, Netherlands. Discharge tube. 

2,034,703: Mar. 24. 
Bruijnes, Johannes, assignor to N. V. Philips' Gloeilampen- 

fabrieken, Eindboven, Netherlands. Discharge tube. 

2,046,671 : July 7. 
Bruijnes, Johannes, assignor to N. V. Philips' Gloeilampen- 
fabrieken, Kindhoven, Netherlands. Arc discharge tube. 

2,058,950 : Oct. 27. 
Brumbach. Price. (See Micheal, G. L., and Brumhach.) 
Brumbaugh, Andrew K., assignor to The White Motor 

Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Motor vehicle co'ntrol. 

2,044,055; June 16. 
Brumser, Henry M., Portland, Oreg. Window shade at- 
tachment and support. 2,045,380 ; June 23. 
Brun, Prudent, Foley, Minn. Potato digger attachment. 

2,038,342 ; Apr. 21. 
Brun, Willi, Bridgeport, Conn., assignor to Remington 

Arms Company, Inc. Manufacture of salts of diazo- 

tized tetrazole derivatives. 2,064,817 ; Dec. 22. 
Brunberg, Paul E., assignor, by mesne assignments, to G. E. 

Graff, Williamsport, Pa. Wire coating machine. 

2,034,794 ; Mar. 24. 
Brundage, Helen B., Tryon, N. C. Costumed figure. 

2,045,830 ; June 30. 
Brundin, Ernest. (See Lyons, F. F., and Brundin.) 
Brune, Rudolf. (See Hagenbocker, A., and Brune.) 
Bruneau, Beecher, Detroit, Mich. Valve for gas torches. 

2,043,982 ; June 16. 
Bruner, Donald L., Coral Gables, Fla., and T. B. HoUiday, 

Dayton, Ohio. Incandescent lamp. 2,055,649 ; Sept. 29. 
Bruner, Martin R., Wapakoneta, Ohio. Plow. 2,044,205; 

June 16. 
Brunette, Joseph W., Detroit, Mich. Curh and fender 

locator. 2.039,474 : May 5. 
Brunetti, Joseph P., Clarksburg, W. Va. Paste tube cap. 

2,036,621 ; Apr. 7. 
Brunetti, Leonello, San Francisco, Calif. Railway rail. 

2,055.571 ; Sept. 29. 
Brunhoff Manufacturing Company, The. (See Karst, 

Clarence E., assignor.) 
Bruning, Charles, Company. (See Murck, Knud, assignor.) 
Bruning, Paul, et al. (See Olsen, Oscar A., assignor.) 
Briining, Paul, Berlin, Germany. Elastic holder for cut- 

ting-ofiC tools and the like. 2,065.966 ; Dec. 29. 
Brunish, Fred, assignor to Consolidated Advertising Corp., 

Ltd.. Los Angeles, Calit Automatic slide projector. 

2.037,963 : Apr. 21. 
Brunken. Johannes, Dessau in Anbalt, Germany, assignor 

to Agfa Ansco Corporation, Binghamton, N. Y. Manu- 
facture of stabilized silver halide emulsions. 2,057,764 ; 

Oct. 20. , ^ 

Brunner, Adolf, Therwil, assignor to Metallwerke A.-G. 

Dornach Basel, Switzerland. Bronzing of copper and 

copper alloys. 2,054,737 ; Sept. 15. 
Brunner, Albeit, assignor to Wagnf-r Electric Corporation, 

St. Louis, Mo. Hose fitting. 2,028.316; Jan. 21. 
Brunner, Albert, assignor to Wagner Electric Corporation, 

St. Louis, Mo. Locking clip. 2,034,559 ; Mar. 17. 
Brunner, David J., Jr., Shaker Heights, Ohio. Collision 

guard for motor vehicles. 2,038.713 ; Apr. 28. 
Brunner, Ernst. (See Straub, F., Brunner, and Widmer.) 
Brunner, Forrest B., et al. (See McCreary, Harold J., 

assignor.) 
Brunner, Gustav. (See Ehrensperger, C., Widmer, Gau- 

denzi, and Brunner.) 
Brunner, Harold E., Larchmont, N. Y., assignor to S K F 

Industries, Inc., Philadelphia, Pa. Lateral motion 

mounting for railway vehicle. 2,047,725 ; July 14. 
Brunner, Harry C, Wilkinsburg, assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. Protective system for polyphase motors. 

2,063,981 ; Dec. 15. 
Brunner, Walter. (See Herz, R., and Brunner.) 
Bruns, Anthony C, Cincinnati, assignor to The Palmer 

Company, St. Bernard, Ohio. Thermometer. 2,064,149 ; 

Dec. 15. 
Bruns, Lloyd M., Wabasso, Minn. Bracket for auto license 

tags or the like. 2.042.768 : June 2. 
Brunst, Rudolph O.. Rockv River, assignor to The Hohl- 

felder Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Radiator. 2,058,057 ; 

Oct. 20. 
Brunst, William M., Columbus, Ohio, assignor, hy mesne 

assignments, to Gener.il Door Company, Reno, Nev. 

Operating mechanism for overhead doors. 2,041,221 : 

May 19. 
Brunstetter, Byron C, Washington, D. C, dedicated to 

the free use of the public. Article of manufacture. 

2,056,884 ; Oct. 6. 
Brunsviga-Maschinenwerke Grimme, Natalis & Co., Ak- 

tiengesellscbaft. (See Haase, Richard, assignor.) 
Brunswick-Balke-CoUender Company. (See Matteson, 

J. O., and Guyton, assignors.) 
Brunt & Company. (See Brunt. .John P., assignor.) 
Brunt & Company. (See Watkins, James R., assignor.) 
Brunt, John P., assignor to Brunt & Company, Chicago, 

III. Carton handle. 2,028,085 ; Jan. 14. 
Brupbacher. Otto, Lucerne, Switzerland. Roof for motor 

cars and other vehicles. 2.043.577 ; .Tune 9. 
Brusca, Joseph L., assignor to S K P Industries. Inc.. 

Philadelphia, Pa. Bearing mounting. 2,045,896 ; 

June 30. 
Brush, Chester E., Chicago, 111., assignor to E. H. Scott. 

Remote control for radio receivers. 2,029,461 ; Feb. 4. 



Brush, John G., Wcstfield, N. J., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to American Cyanamid & Chemical Corpora- 
tion. Core for molding devices. 2,052.126 ; Aug. 25. 

Bruson, Herman A., assignor to The Resinous Products & 
Chemical Co., Inc., Philadelphia, Pa. Resinous amino 
derivatives and process of preparing. 2,031,557 ; Feb. 18. 

Bruson, Herman A., assignor to The Resinous Products 
& Chemical Co. Inc.. Philadelphia, Pa. Phenol-formal- 
dehyde resin. 2,033,091 ; Mar. 3. 

Bruson, Herman A., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Rohm & Haas Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Soap form- 
ing compounds and making same. 2,033,092 ; Mar. 3. 

Bruson, Herman A., assignor to Rohm & Haas Company, 
Philadelphia, Pa. Complex phenolic soap. 2,036,916 ; 
Apr. 7. 

Bruson, Herman A., Elkins Park, assignor to Rohm & 
Haas Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Phenolic morpho- 
lines. 2,040.039 ; May 5. 

Bruson, Herman A., Elkins Park, assignor to Rohm & Haas 
Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Morpholino-metho poly- 
hydric phenols. 2,040,040 ; May 5. 

Bruson, Herman A., Germantown, assignor to The Resinous 
Products & Chemical Co. Inc., Philadelphia, Pa. Metal 
salts of oxyacetic acids. 2,044,968 ; June 23. 

Bruson, Herman A., Germantown, assignor to The Resin- 
ous Products & Chemical Co. Inc., Philadelphia, Pa. 
Condensation product and process. 2,063,837 ; Dec. 8. 

Bruson, Herman A., and L. W. Covert, assignors to Rohm 
& Haas Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Hydroaromatio 
alcohol. 2,026,668; Jan. 7. 

Bruson, Herman A., Elkins Park, anod O. -Stein. Lans- 
downe, assignors to Rohm & Haas Company, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. Water-soluble phenolic derivatives. 2,045,517 ; 
June 23. 

Bruson, Herman A., Elkins Park, and O. Stein, Lans- 
downe, assignors to The Resinous Products & Chemical 
Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Siccative metal salts and 
using them. 2,063.838 ; Dec. S. 

Brusse, Archie B. and J. L. Carman, Denver, Colo. Ortho- 
dontic appliance. 2.062,395 ; Dec. 1. 

Brussell, Jacob, New York, N. Y., assignor to I. Fried- 
man, Roselle, N. J. Pinking device for sewing ma- 
chines. 2,049,351 ; July 28. 

Biustlein, Jean, assignor to Georges Gavoret & Cie, Paris, 
France. Multiple switch. 2,028,587 ; Jan. 21. 

Brustowsky, Morris, Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to V. S. 
Slicing Machine Company, La Porte, Ind. Slicing ma- 
chine. 2.035.259 ; Mar. 24. 

Bruynes, Johannes. (See de Boer, J. H., Bruynes, and 
Teves.) 

Bruzon, David, Chicago, 111. Flexible cable unit and 
applying connecting members thereto. 2,047,766 ; July 
14. 

Bryan, Andrew B., Tulsa, Okla., assignor to Standard Oil 
Development Company. Liquid column gravity meter. 
2,055,479; Sept. 29. 
Bryan, Charles S. (See Fiske, A.'H., and Bryan.) 
Bryan, Charles S., Providence, assignor to Rumford Chemi- 
cal Works, Rumford, R. I. Purification of sodium 
metaphosphate. 2,055,332 ; Sept. 22. 
Bryan,. Clare, Chicago, 111. Fish lure. 2,037,310 ; Apr. 14. 
Hryan, Harold W. (See Nicholson. F. H., and Bryan.) 
Bryan, Harry F. (See Johnston, E. A., Bryan and Turn- 
er.) 

Bryan, Henry B., and A. D. Capehart, Oxford, N. C. Fil- 
ter. 2,039,281 : May 5. 

Bryan, Hugh. (See Tuttle, Record D., assignor.) 

Bryant, C. L., Corporation. (See Bryant, Charles L., 
assignor.) 

Bryant, Charles L., assignor to C. L. Bryant Corporation 
Cleveland. Ohio. Furnace. 2,037,496 : Apr. 14. 

Bryant Chucking Grinder Company. (See Arms, M. H., 
and Johnson, assignors.) 

Bryant, Earl, (5alveston, Tex. Combined awning and 
shutter. 2,039.056 ; Apr. 28. 

Bryant Electric Company, The. (See Abbott, Charles W., 
assignor.) 

Bryant Electric Company, The. (See Bennett, Ross G., as- 
signor.) 

Bryant Electric Company, The. (See Both, Tonjes A., 
assignor.) 

Bryant Electric Company, The. (See Johnson, George A., 
assignor. ) 

Bryant, Erwin T.. Farley, Mass. Jacking apparatus. 
2,056,954 ; Oct. 13. 

Bryant, Forrest L., New York, N. Y. Refrigeration and 
apparatus therefor. 2,044,750 ; June 16. 

Bryant Heater Company, The. (See Stark, Willet E., as- 
signor. ) 

Bryant, Jesse C, Little Rock, Ark. Shock absorbing 
trailer connection. 2,057,658 ; Oct. 20. 

Bryant, Murden T. (See Lerch, W. G., and Bryant.) 

Bryant, Ozro N., Prospect Park, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pittsburgh, 
Pa. Governing apparatus. 2,035.689 ; Mar. 51. 

Bryant, Roy B., Dallas, Tex. Automatic phonograph. 
2.026,820; Jan. 7. 

Brvant, Roy B., Dallas, Tex. Internal combustion engine. 
2,062.551 ; Dec. 1. 

Bryce, Chalmers K., Cranford, N. J., and H. W. Jones, 
Williamsvllle. N. Y., assignors, by mesne assignments, to 
Union Carbide & Carbon Corporation. Multistage pres- 
sure regulator. 2,057.133 ; Oct. 13. 



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Bfyce, James W., Bloomfield, N. J., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to International Dusiness Macliines Cor- 
poration. New York, N. Y. Scale. 2.027,019 ; Jan. 7. 

Bryce, James W., Bloomfleld, N. J., assiijnor, by mesne 
assignments, to International Business Machines Cor- 
poration, New York, N. Y. Card verifier. 2,043,280; 
June 9. 

Bryce, James W., Bloomfleld, N. J., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to International Business Machines Cor- 
poration. New York. N. Y. Record controlled account- 
ing machine. 2,045,434 ; June 23. 

Bryce, James W.. Bloomfleld, N. J., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to International Business Machines Corpora- 
tion, New York, N. Y. Record controlled and record 
malting accounting machine. 2,045.435 ; June 23. 

Bryce. James W.. Bloomfleld, N. J., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to International Business Machines Corpora- 
tion .New York, N. Y. Accounting machine. 2,045,436 ; 
June 23. 

Bryce, James W., Bloomfleld, N. J., assignor to Inter- 
national Business Machines Corporation, New York, 
N. Y. Punching device. 2.045.977 ; June 30. 

Bryce, James W., Bloomfleld, N. J., assignor to Inter- 
national Business Machines Corporation, New York, 
N. Y. Record controlled printing device. 2,053,063 ; 
Sept. 1. 

Bryce, James W., Bloomfleld, N. J., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to The Hobart Manufacturing Company, 
Troy, Ohio. Scale. 2,055.965; Sept. 29. 

Bryce, James W., Bloomfleld, N. J., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to International Business Machines Cor- 
poration, New York, N. Y. Successive discount ac- 
counting machine. 2.062,119 : Nov. 24. 

Bryce, James ^Y., Bloomfleld, N. J., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to International Business Machines Cor- 
poration, New York, N. Y. Perforating machine. 
2,063,481 ; Dec. 8. 

Bryce, Tames W., Bloomfleld, N. J., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to International Business Machines Corpor.a- 
tion. New York, N. Y. Tabulating machine. 2,063,482 ; 
Dec. 8. 

Bryce, James W., Bloomfleld, N. J., G. F. Daly, Johnson 
City, and J. M. Cunningham, Endicott, assignors, by 
mesne assignments, to International Business Machines 
Corporation, New York, N. Y^. Record controlled ac- 
counting machine. 2.062,117; Nov. 24. 

Bryce, James W., Bloomfleld, N. J., and G. F. Daly, John- 
son City, N. Y., assignors, by mesne assignments, to 
International I'usiness Macliines Corporation, New 
York, N. Y. .Accounting machine with supplemental 
recorder. 2,062,118 ; Nov. 24. 

Bryce Limited. (See Lawson, Cyril W., assignor.) 

Bryce Limited. (See Thomas, Albert H. J., assignor.) 

Brykczynski, Charles S. (See Kosman, J., and Brykczyn- 
ski.) 

Bryner, Fred. (See Britton, E. C, Heindel, and Bryner.) 

Brynhildsen, Christen, Baden, and E. Kern, Ennetbaden, 
assignors to Aktiengesellschaft Brown Boveri & Cie., 
Baden, Switzerland. Electron discharge device control 
system. 2.026,771 ; Jan. 7. 

Bryson, Charles 6.. assignor to Erie Restaurant Equip- 
ment Company, Erie, Pa. Door structure. 2,039,774 ; 
May 5. 

Brvson, William H., Savannah, Ga. Envelope sealing 
machine. 2,061,546 ; Nov. 24. 

Bubar, Hudson H.. Brooklyn, N. Y. Dust separator and 
heat exchange apparatus. 2.000.169 ; Nov. 10. 

Bubb, William F. (See Furnival. J. M.. and Bubb.) 

Rubblestone Company. The. (See Rice. John A., assignor.) 

Buc. Hyym E., Roselle, N. J., assignor to Standard Oil 
Development Company. Stabilized reflned mineral, 
vegetable, and animal oils. 2,031.930 ; Feb. 25. 

Buc, Hyym E., Roselle, N. J., assignor to Standard Oil 
Development Company. Insecticide. 2,042,296 ; May 
26. 

Buc, Hyym E., Roselle, N. J., assignor to Standard Oil 
Development Company. Motor fuel. 2,046,243 ; 
June 30. 

Buc. Hyym E.. Roselle, N. J., assignor to Standard Oil 
Development Company. Preventing foaming of emul- 
sion.?. 2,052,164 ; Aug. 25. 

Buc. Hyym E.. Roselle. N. J., assignor to Standard Oil 
Development Company. Oil soluble sulphonates of ac- 
tive bases and preparing the same. 2.066,197 ; Dec. 29. 

Buc. Hyym E.. Roselle. N. J., assignor to Standard Oil 
Development Company. Preparing grignard compounds. 
2,066.198: Dec. 29. 

Buc, Hyym E.. Roselle. and R. Schuler. Elizabeth. N. J., as- 
signors to Standard Oil Development Company. Pro- 
duction of alkvl phenols from petroleum hydrocarbons. 
2,045.749 ; June 30. 

Buc. Hyym E.. Roselle. and R. Rosen, Cranford, N. .T., 
assignors to Standard Oil Development Company. Car- 
bon remover and using the same. 2.047,191 ; July 14. 

Buchach. Edward M.. assignor to Howard Safety Window, 
Inc., Milwaukee, Wis. Window. 2.038.266 ; Apr. 21. 

Buchanan. Fred L.. and R. Guyer, assignors to Waldorf 
Paper Products Companv, St. Paul, Minn. Paperboard. 
2.042..501 ; June 2. 

Buchanan. John C. Detroit. Mich., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Borg-Warner Corporation. Compressor 
for refrigerating svstems. 2,028,824 ; Jan. 28. 

Buchanan, Michael K.. and A. G. Horton, Norfolk, Va. 
Ice cube pan. 2,043,881 ; June 9. 



Buchanan, Russell B., Lynlirook, N. Y., and L. A. Kille, 
Morristowu, N. J., assignors to Bell Telephone Labora- 
tories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Telephone sys- 
tem. 2,042.828 ; June 2. 

Buchanan, Stephen N., assignor to The Thomas & Bettg 
Co., Elizabeth, N. J. Wire connecter. 2,056,248 ; Oct. 6. 

Buchanan. Vita, New York, N. Y. Hose attaching device. 
2,030,570 : Feb. 11. 

Buchanan, Vita, New York, N. Y. Corset. 2,033,373; 
Mar. 10. 

Biiche, Karl. (See Wiedbrauck. E.. and Biiche.) 

Biichele, Carl, and K. Prinz, assignors to the firm of Carl 
Zeiss, Jena, Germany. Tiltable search light having a 
high power arc lamp. 2,055,680; Sept. 29. 

Biichels, Wilhelm, and R. H. Koppel, assignors to the firm 
Rhein-Schelder Gesellschaft fiir Ingenieurwesen m. b. H., 
Aachen, Germany. Universal rolling mill. 2,053,694 ; 
Sept. 8. 

Bucher, Ernst, Zurich, Switzerland, assignor to the firm 
Alauser-Werke A-G. Oberndorf-on-the-Neckar, Wurttem- 
berg, Germany. Method of and machine for effecting 
combined fastening and seam covering stitches. 
2,044,275; June 16. 

Bucher, Fred J., Pittsburgh, Pa. Cabinet panel board 
unit. 2.041.112 : May 19. 

Bucher, John E., Fort Lee, N. J., assignor to Antioch In- 
dustrial Research Institute, Inc., Yellow Springs, Ohio. 
Recovery of beryllium. 2,040,804. May 12. 

Buchhart, P. William, et al. (See Arfsten, Newton, as- 
signor.) 

Buchhart, P. William. (See Schneider, Joseph, assignor.) 

Buchheim. Kurt, assignor to Chemische Fabrik von Heyden, 
A. G.. Radebeul. near Dresden. Germany. Producing 
neutral esters of phosphoric acid. 2,059,084 ; Oct. 27. 

Buchheim, Kurt, and C. Riith. assignors to Chemische Fab- 
rik von rieyden, A. G. Radebeul, near Dresden, Germany. 
Dehydrating phenols and mixtures containing phenols. 
2,051,782 : Aug. 18. 

Buchholtz, Herbert, Dortmund, assignor to the firm Verei- 
nigte Stahlwerke Aktiengesellschaft. Dusseldorf. Ger- 
many. Steel for railroad rails, wheel tires, plank-piles 
and other objects which are subjected to heavy wear. 
2,041.635 ; May 19. 

Buchholtz, Herbert, Dortmund, afsignor to the firm 
Vereinigte Stahlwerke Aktiengesell.^chaft, Dusseldorf, 
Germany. Steel alloy rivet. 2.051.937 ; Aug. 25. 

Buchholz, Herbert, Dortmund, Germany. Rivet of high- 
grade steel. 2.062,966 ; Dec. 1. 

Buchholz. Max, Kassel, Germany, assignor to Walter 
Kidde & Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. Installation 
for the detection of suspended matter in fluids. 
2,034.281 : Mar. 17. 

Buchholz. William C, assignor to Ackshand Knitting Co., 
Inc., Ballston Spa, N. Y. Knitted mitten and making 
the same. 2.030.959 ; Feb. 18. 

Biichi, Alfred, Winterthur, Switzerland. Internal combus- 
tion engine. 2.036,989 ; Apr. 7. 

Buchman, Ellas, assignor to American Feather Products 
Corporation, Chicago, 111. Scarf. 2.042.442 : May 26. 

Buchman, Samuel, Pittsburgh, Pa. Pillow. 2,029,608 ; 
Feb. 4. 

Bucholz, William E. (See Techmer, Ewald F., assignor.) 

Buchsbaum, Chester W., assignor to S. Buchsbaum & Co., 
Chicago, 111. Belt buckle. 2,043.696 ; June 9. 

Buchsbaum, S., & Co. (See Buchsbaum, Chester W., as- 
signor.) 

Buchstein. Ferdinand, Minneapolis, Minn. Artificial leg. 
2.053.066 : Sept. 22. 

Biichting, Max-TJ!rich, Gross-Glienicke. near Berlin, 
assignor to Siemens & Halske. Aktiengesellschaft, 
Siemenstadt. near Berlin. Germany. Electrical system 
for controlling any industrial measuring values. 
2,056.769 ; Oct. 6. 

Buck, Charles M., Brooklyn, N. Y. Blower. 2.033,273; 
Mar. 10. 

Buck. Herman G., Egg Harbor City, N. J., and A. W. 
Aspen. Philadelphia. Pa., assignors to L. N. Renault & 
Sons, Inc., Egg Harbor City, N. J. Wine disnensing 
rack. 2.060,170 ; Nov. 10. 

Buck, Homer, and H. W. Ball, assignors to The Morgan 
Engineering Company, Alliance, Ohio. Machine for 
charging annealing furnaces and the like. 2,028,045 : 
.Tan. 14. 

Buck, John, Chicago, 111. Extension light supporting de- 
vice. 2.027,575 : .Tan. 14. 

Buck, John C. Denison, Iowa. Automatic windmill regu- 
lator. 2.036,742 : Apr. 7. 

Buck, Neafle J. (See Johnson, E. W., and Buck.) 

Buck. Richard C. Yonkers, N. Y'. Window shade. 
2.026,669; Jan. 7. 

Buck. William H., Scottdale, Pa. Valve guard. 
2. 059,0^5 : Oct. 27. 

Buckels, Christopher C, assignor of one-half to E. E. 
Berthold, Chicago, HI. Outlet box. 2.031,689 : Feb. 25. 

Buckendale, Laurence R. (See Alden, H. W., and Bucken- 
dale.) 

Buckenmaier, Charles A. (See Raymaley. John, assignor.) 

Buckeye Incubator Manufacturing Company, The. (See 
Brace. Edwin T., assignor.) 

Buckeye Iron and Brass Works. (See Hardy, C. L., and 
Anderson, assignors.) 

Buckeye Portable Tool Company, The. (See Wuebben, 
Bernard H.. assignor.) 

Buckeye Steel Castings Company, The. (See Bower, 
Jerome G., assignor.) 



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Buckeye Steel Castings Company, The. (See Goodspeed, 
Charles B., assignor.) 

Buckeye Steel Castings Company, The. (See Johnson, 
George T., assignor.) 

Buckeye Steel Castings Company, The. (See Moeller, 
Harry A., assignor.) 

Buckeye Steel Castings Company, The. (See Orr, Claude 
L., assignor.) 

Buckeye Steel Castings Company. (See Wolfe, Harry H., 
assignor.) 

Buckeye Traction Ditcher Company. (See George, Charles 
Li., assignor.) 

Buckeye Traction Ditcher Company, The. (See Van 
Voorhis. William G., assignor.) 

Buckeye Traction Ditcher Company, The. (See Van 
Voorhis, W. G., and Yocum, assignors.) 

Buckingham, William D., Southampton, assignor to The 
Western Union Telegraph Company, New York, N. Y. 
Tuning fork in vacuum. 2,034,282 ; Mar. 17. 

Buckingham, William D., and D. F. Parker, Southampton, 
assignor to The Western Union Telegraph Company, 
New York, N. Y. Constant temperature oven. 2,056,156 ; 
Oct. 6. 

Buckius, Albert O., Cleveland, assignor to National Mal- 
leable and Steel Castings Company, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Car truck side frame and bolster construction. 
2,029,982 ; Feb. 4. 

Bucklen, Herbert E., Jr. (See Bear, Paul S., assignor.) 

Bucklen, Herbert B. (See Bear, P. S., and Bucklen.) 

Bucklen, Herbert B. (See Dienner, John A., assignor.) 

Bucklen, Herbert E., Elkhart, Ind. Gaseous fluid vaporizer 
and mixer. 2,033,753 ; Mar. 10. 

Buckley, Bdmond C, Langley Field, Va. Sampling valve. 
2,041,694; May 26. 

Buckley, James W., Weatherford, Tex. Eccentric truss. 
2,029,557 ; Feb. 4. 

Buckley, John P., Washington, D. C. Educational device. 
2,060,974 ; Nov. 17. 

Buckley, Joseph, Methuen, Mass. Steam generator. 
2.042.036: May 26. 

Buckley, Oliver E., Maplewood, N. J., assignor to Tell 
Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Submarine cable loading coil. 2,043,346 ; June 9. 

Bucklin, Walter S., Brookline, Mass. Protection for golf 
club heads. 2.035,529 ; Mar. 31. 

Buckman, Ronald, and R. E. Neidig, Calgary, Alberta, 
assignors to The Consolidated Mining and Smelting 
Company of Canada, Limited, Montreal, Quebec, Can- 
ada. Feeding device. 2,056,385 ; Oct. 6 

Buckmaster, Ben S., assignor to Donolac Corporation, 
Chicago, 111. Converting drying oils to nondrying oils. 
2,061,829 ; Nov. 24. 

Bucknam, James H. (See Jones, H. W., Bucknam, and 
Cowin.) 

Bucknam, James H., Cranford, and F. C. Geibig, Westfield, 
N. J., assignors, by mesne assignments, to Union Car- 
bide and Carbon Corporation. Pipe-end cutting or bevel- 
ing apparatus. 2,054,925 ; Sept. 22. 

Buckner, Orello S., Westboro, Mass., assignor to Behr- 
Manning Corporation, Troy, N. Y. Abrasive sheet and 
making the same. 2,027,087 ; Jan. 7. 

Buckner, William A., et al. (See Coles, W. H., and Nel- 
son, assignors.) 

Buckner, William A., Fresno, Calif. Positive drive slow 
motion sprinkler. 2,051,287 ; Aug. 18. 

Buckner, William A., Fresno, Calif. Rotary traveling 
sprinkler. 2,054,554; Sept. 15. 

Buckstone, Walter, London, England, assignor to Eastman 
Kodak Company, Rochester, N. Y. Adjustable sup- 
porting pillar or the like. 2,042,443 ; May 26. 

Buckwalter, Tracy V., assignor to The Timken Roller 
Bearing Company, Canton, Ohio. RoUer bearing axle. 
2,031,818 ; Feb. 25. 

Buckwalter, Tracy V., assignor to The Timken Roller 
Bearing Company, Canton, Ohio. Locomotive rod bear- 
ing. 2,032,466 ; Mar. 3. 

Buckwalter, Tracy V., assignor to The Timken Roller 
Bearing Company, Canton, Ohio. Locomotive crosshead. 
2,037,208 ; Apr. 14. 

Buckwalter, Tracy V., assignor to The Timken Roller 
Bearing Company, Canton, Ohio. Locomotive cross- 
head. 2,037.209 : Apr. 14. 

Buckwalter, Tracy V., assignor to The Timken Roller Bear- 
ing Company, Canton, Ohio. Roller bearing axle. 

2.040.802 ; May 12. 

Buckwalter, Tracy V., assignor to The Timken Roller Bear- 
ing Company, Canton, Ohio. Bearing lubrication. 

2.040.803 ; May 12. 

Buckwalter, Tracy V., assignor to The Timken Roller 
Bearing Company, Canton, Ohio. Roller bearing axle. 
2,041,162; May 19. 

Bucky, Gustav, New York, N. Y. Stand for X-ray appa- 
ratus and the like. 2,031.097 ; Feb. 18. 

Bucky, Gustav, New York, N. Y., and A. Einstein, Prince- 
ton, N. J. Light intensity self-adjusting camera. 
2,058,562 ; Oct. 27. 

Bucy, Floyd L., and V. A. La Rock, Eau Claire, Wis. Cur- 
ing rubber articles. 2.035,861 ; Mar. 31. 

Bucyrus-Erie Company. (See Bauer, H. E., Fykse, David- 
son, and Lonngren, assignors.) 

Bucyrus-Erie Company. (See Chambers, J. T., and Leh- 
man, assignors.) 

Bucyrus-Erie Company. (See Davidson, T., and Taylor, 
assignors.) 



Bucyrus-Erie Company. (See Fuller, F. A., and Snyder, 
assignors.) 

Bucyrus-Erie Company. (See Fykse, Mitchell L., as- 
signor.) 

Bucyrus-Erie Company. (See Fykse, M. L., and Woodhull, 
assignors.) 

Bucyrus-Erie Company. (See Thornburg, Herbert W., as- 
signor.) 

Buczkowski, Edward J., assignor to Keasbey & Mattison 
Company, Ambler, Pa. Shingle. 2,051,818 ; Aug. 25. 

Buczkowski, Julia. (See Gorski, Frank, assignor.) 

Buday, Francis, New York, N. Y. Means for unlocking 
locks. 2,064,818; Dec. 22. 

Budd, Clarence E., assignor to Bendix Products Corpora- 
tion, South Bend, Ind. Brake shield. 2,031,690; Feb. 
25. 

Budd, Clarence B., assignor to Bendix Aviation Corpora- 
tion, South Bend, Ind. Forming cam levers. 2,057,705 ; 
Oct. 20. 

Budd, David B., Anchorville, Mich., and F. C. Speke, 
Toledo, Ohio. Garden roller manufacture. 2,029,518 ; 
Feb. 4. 

Budd, Edward G., Manufacturiag Company. (See Budd, 
Edward G., assignor.) 

Budd, Edward G., Manufacturing Company. (See Budd, 
E. G., and Eksergian, assignors.) 

Budd, Edward G., Manufacturing Company. (See But- 
ler, M. B., Jr., and Conwell, assignors.) 

Budd, Edward G., Manufacturing Company. (See Ekser- 
gian, Carolus L., assignor.) 

Budd, Edward G., Manufacturing Co. (See Eksergian, 
C. L., and Baker, assignors.) 

Budd, Edward G., Manufacturing Company. (See Han- 
son, Arthur F., assignor.) 

Budd, Edward G., Manufacturing Co. (See Hochreiter, 
E., and McGary, assignors.) 

Budd, Edward G., Manufacturing Co. (See Hovey, Otis 
W., assignor.) 

Budd, Edward G., Manufacturing Company. (See Ledwinka, 
Joseph, assignor.) 

Budd, Edward G., Manufacturing Company. (See Mungen, 
Theodore, assignor.) 

Budd, Edward G., Manufacturing Company. (See Paugh, 
James J., assignor.) 

Budd, Edward G., Manufacturing Co. (See Ragsdale, Earl 
J. W., assignor.) 

Budd, Edward G., Manufacturing Company. (See 
Schankin, Max, assignor.) 

Budd, Edward G., Manufacturing Company. (See Tar- 
box, John P., assignor.) 

Budd, Edward G., Manufacturing Company. (See Turner, 
Hubert M., assignor.) 

Budd, Edward G., Manufacturing Company. (See White- 
sell, John C, Jr., assignor.) 

Budd. Edward G., assignor to Edward G. Budd Manufac- 
turing Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Pneumatic tire. 
2,028,135 ; Jan. 21. 

Budd, Edward G., assignor to Edward G. Budd Manufac- 
turing Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Pneumatic tire. 
2,059,982 ; Nov. 3. 

Budd, Edward G., Philadelphia, Pa., and C. L. Eksergian, 
Detroit, Mich., assignors to Edward G. Budd Manufac- 
turing Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Sheet metal struc- 
tural element and making. 2,056,563 ; Oct. 6. 

Budd, Harry, Old Charlton, London, England. Device for 
delivering measured quantities of liquids. 2,031,031 ; 
Feb. 18. 

Budd Wheel Company. (See Baker, Paul E., assignor.) 

Budd Wheel Company. (See Begg, Russell S., assignor.) 

Budd Wheel Company. (See Eksergian, Carolus L., as- 
signor.) 

Budd Wheel Company. (See Farnworth, George J., as- 
signor.) 

Budd Wheel Company. (See Farr, Warren H., assignor.) 

Hudd Wheel Company. (See Gaenssle, Paul W., assignor.) 

Budd Wheel Company. (See Hight, Franklin R., assignor.) 

Budd Wheel Company. (See Tarbox, John P., assignor.) 

Budd Wheel Company. (See Weightman, William A., 
assignor.) 

Buddy "L" Manufacturing Company. (See Arden, 
Thomas R.. assignor.) 

Budenbom, Horace T., Short Hills, N. J., assignor to Bell 
Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Filtering circuit. 2.052,338 ; Aug. 25. 

Buder, Charles G. (See Cross, W. M.. Jr., Buder and 
Norquist.) 

Budin, Harry A., New York, N. Y. Splint. 2,033,009; 
Mar. 10. 

Budlong, James N., et al. (See Stauffer, C. F., assignor, 
and Budlong.) 

Budlong, Simeon. (See Stauffer. C. F., and Budlong.) 

Budnick, Frank O.. Chicago, 111. Riser post connecter. 
2,050.559 ; Aug. 11. 

Budwig. Gilbert G., Saratoga, assignor to Insect-O-Products 
Company, Burbank, Calif. Liquid spray apparatus. 
2.030,853 : Feb. 18. 

Budwig, Gilbert G., Saratoga, assignor to Insect-0 Prod- 
ucts Company, Burbank, Calif. Mixing liquids. 
2,061,932 ; Nov. 24. 

Buehler, Ezra C. (See Hammers, James E. and B. F., 
and Buehler.) 

Buehler, Leon, Jr., assignor to Frick Company, Waynes- 
boro, Pa. Noncondensible gas separator. 2,062,697 ; 
Dec. 1. 



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hiueliler, Louis E. G., Oak Park, 111. Change speed gear 

set. 2,034,858; Mar. 24. 
Buehler, Max, assignor to Grinnell Lithographic Co., Inc., 

New York, N. Y. Display sign. 2,032,561 ; Mar. 3. 
Buehner, Christian, Milwaukee, Wis. Pencil stand. 

2,027,857 ; Jan. 14. 
Buell, Clarence E., Dallastown, Pa., assignor to The 

Everedy Company, Frederick, Md. Mop and wringer. 

2.059.772 ; Nov. 3. 

Buell, Clarence E., Dallastown, Pa., assignor to The 
Everedy Company, Frederick, Md. Mop and wringer. 

2.059.773 : Nov. 3. 

Buell Combustion Company Limited, The. (See Sasse, W., 
and Schneider, assignors.) 

Buell, Earl P. (See Kobart, B. L., and Buell, assignors. ) 

Buell, Roy C. Schenectady, N. Y., assignors to General 
Electric Company. Supprosslon of ground faults on 
alternating current systems. 2,050,082 ; Aug. 4. 

Buell, Timothy B., assignor to Sundstrand Machine Tool 
Co., Rockford. 111. Chuck. 2.050,828; Aug. 11. 

Buelow, George. (See Waugh, H. L., and G. and H. W. 
Buelow. ) 

Buelow, Henry AV. (See Waugh, H. L., and G. and H. 
W. Buelow, assignors.) 

Bueno, Humberto L., New York, N. Y. Inking device for 
mimeograph machines. 2,044,462 ; June 16. 

Buente, Charles F., assignor to United Engineering & 
Foundry Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Roll changing ap- 
paratus. 2,037,210 ; Apr. 14. 

Buer, Carl H., Cologne-Marienburg, Germany. Manufac- 
ture of stable preparations having a high content of 
commercial lecithin. 2,064,727 ; Dec. 15. 

Buescher, E. F. (See Holland, F. G., and Green, as- 
signors.) 

Buffalo Brake Beam Company. (See Busch, Charles B., 
assignor.) 

Buffalo Cold Storage Company. (See Knowlton, Daniel 
E., assignor.) 

Buffalo Electro-Chemical Company. (See Bretschger, Max 
E., assignor.) 

Buffalo Electro-Chemical Company. (See Clark, J. A., and 
Smolens, assignors.) 

Buffalo Electro-Chemical Company. (See Kauffmann, 
H. O., and Crandell, assignors.) 

Buffalo Electro Chemical Co. Incorporated. (See Hutten- 
locher, R., and Lamatsch, assignors.) 

Buffalo Forge Company. (See Criqui, Albert A., assignor.) 

Buffalo Forge Company. (See Yates. Arthur T.. assignor.) 

Buffalo Foundry & Machine Co. (See Van Marie, Dirk J., 
assignor.) 

Buffalo Pressed Steel Company. (See Haas, Lucicn L., as- 
signor.) 

Buffalo Pressed Steel Company. (See MacKenzie, Eoy J., 
assignor.) 

Buffalo Pressed Steel Company. (See MacKenzie, R. J., 
and Haas, assignors.) 

Buffalo Pressed Steel Company. (See Starkweather, G. C, 
and Haas, assignors.) 

Buffalo-Springfield Roller Co., The. (See Greiner, Carl F., 
assignor.) 

Buffalo Wire Works Co. (See Scheeler, Charles A., 
assignor.) 

HufBiigton, Harry C. (See Miller, J. G.. and Bufflngton.) 

Buffington, Harry C, assignor to The Baker Manufactur- 
ing Company, Springfield, 111. Scraper or grader. 
2,044,933 ; June 23. 

Buflington, Harry C, assignor to Baker Manufacturing 
Company, Springfield, 111. Hydraulic control system for 
road working machines. 2.059,205 ; Nov. 3. 

Buflington, Ralph M., Evansville, Ind., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to General Motors Corporation. Refrigerat- 
ing apparatus. 2.033,228 ; Mar. 10. 

Buffington, Ralph M., Dayton, Ohio, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to General Motors Corporation. Seal for 
refrigerating apparatus. 2,046,724 ; July 7. 

Buford, Birdie S., Wilson, N. C. Insect exterminating 
lamp. 2,065.047 ; Dec. 22. 

Buford, Edwin H., Anniston, Ala. Ventilating system for 
motor vehicles. 2.045.578 ; June 30. 

Bugatti, Ettore, Molsheim, France. Axle for vehicles. 
2.039,210 ; Apr. 28. 

Bugatti. Ettore, Molsheim, France. Bodywork. 2.051.022 ; 
Aug. 18. 

Bugatti, Jean, Molsheim, France. Suspension of railway 
cars and other vehicles. 2,034,504 ; Mar. 17. 

Bugg, Kenly C, Parmington, Mo. Brake equalizer. 
2,050.083 ; Aug. 4. 

Bugg, Kenly C, Farmington. Mo., assignor to Hoosier 
Lamp & Stamping Corporation, Evansville, Ind. Wind- 
ing head. 2.053.215 ; Sept. 1. 

Bugher, Clarence, Kokomo, Ind. Concealed roofing nail. 
2,057,003; Oct. 13. 

Bugnion, Alexandre, Geneva, and E. DSgallier, Lausanne, 
Switzerland. Setting mechanism for timepieces. 
2,055.572 ; Sept. 29. 

Buhl, Cay P. (See Stevens, W. W., and Buhl.) 

Buhl, Charles M., Detroit, Mich. Bottle case. 2,050,980 ; 
Aug. 11. 

Buhler, Eugen, Binghamton, assignor to International 
Business Machines Corporation, New York, N. Y. Tabu- 
lating machine. 2,030,427 ; Feb. 11. 

Buhler, Eugen, assignor to International Business Ma- 
chines Corporation. New York, N. Y. Printing mecha- 
nism. 2,036,016; Mar. 31. 



Biihler, Georg, Vienna, Austria. Making bearing bushings. 

2,050,782; Aug. 11. 
Buhler, Henry W., Gloucester, Mass. Fly swatter. 

2,006,248 ; Dec. 29. 
Builders Iron Foundry. (See Allton, Robert A., assignor.) 
P.uilders Iron Foundry. ('See Purdie, David J., assignor.) 
Builders Iron Foundry. (See Richardson, Charles G., as- 
signor.) 
Builders Iron Foundry. (See Smith, Ed S., Jr., assignor.) 
Buirk, William, St. Bernard, Ohio. Beer tapping control 

mechani-sm. 2,033,678; Mar. 10. 
Buirk, William. St. Bernard, Ohio. Pressure control mech- 
anism. 2,058,951 : Oct. 27. 
Bukolt. Roman B., Stevens Point, Wis. Container closure. 

2,044,276; June 16. 
Bukolt, Roman B., Stevens Point, Wis. Engine priming 

device. 2,044,277 ; June 16. 
Bukoski, Henry, East Lansing, and M. M. Woodward. Lans- 
ing, Mich., said Bukoski assignor to said Woodward. 
Fluid dispensing apparatus. 2,055,334 ; Sept. 22. 
Bukove, Prank, Albuquerque, N. Mex., assignor of one-half 
to L. R. Kielil, Raton, N. Mex. Locomotive drifting and 
by-pass valve. 2.062,292; Dec. 1. 

Bulanda, Johann. Chicago, 111. Automobile lock for gear 
shift levers. 2.047,404 ; July 14. 

Bulger, J. Arch. (See Strom, Algot, assignor.) 

Bulger, William A., Chicago, 111., assignor to Petroleum 
Heat and Power Company, New York, N. Y. Control 
mechanism for air conditioning apparatus. 2,059,846 ; 
Nov. 3. 

Bulkeley, Claude A., assignor to Niagara Blower Company, 
New York, N. Y. Spray cooler. 2,038,536 ; Apr. 28. 

Bulkeley. CHaude A., assi.snor to Niagara Blower Company, 
New York, N. Y. Cooling apparatus and method. 
2,046,319; July 7. 

Bull, Arthur A., assignor to Handy Governor Corporation, 
Detroit, Mich. Stabilizer for suction governors. 
2,048.423 ; July 21. 

Bull. Francis A., Milwaukee, Wis. Amalgam filling for 
teeth. 2,0.S9,880: May 5. 

Bull, William R., Pelham Manor, N. Y. Moving picture 
and sound cabinet. 2,029,306 ; Feb. 4. 

BuUard Company, The. (See Bullard, Dudley B., as- 
signor. ) 

Bullard Company, The. (See Bullard, Edward C, as- 
signor.) 

Bullard Company, The. (See Bullard, Edward P., as- 
signor.) 

Bullard Company, The. (See Bullard, E. P., and Ander- 
son, assignors.) 

Bullard Company, The. (See Schiltz, Bernard P., as- 
signor.) 

Bullard, Dudley B., Southport, Conn., assignor to The 
Bullard Company. Gear shifting control mechanism. 
2,058,294; Oct. 20. 

Bullard, E. D., Company. (See Bullard, Edward W., as- 
signor.) 

Bullard, E. D. Company. (See Finn, John, Jr., assignor.) 

Bullard, E. D., Company. (See Glidden, Galen M., as- 
signor.) 

Bullard, E. D., Company. (See Williamson, Evan D., 
assignor.) 

Bullard, Edward C. (See Bullard, Edward P., Jr., and 
E. C.) 

Bullard, Edward C, Fairfield, Conn., assignor to The 
Bullard Company. Metalworking. 2,044,494 ; June 16. 

Bullard, Edward C. Fairfield. Conn., assignor to The Bul- 
lard Company. Metal working apparatus. 2,044,495 ; 
June 16. 

Bullard, Edward C, Southport, Conn., assignor to The 
Bullard Company. Stationary tool metal working ap- 
paratus. 2,044,496 ; June 16. 

Bullard, Edward P., Fairfield, Conn., assignor to The Bul- 
lard Company. Mechanical chuck operator. 2,042,502 ; 
June 2. 

Bullard, Edward P., Jr., and B. C, Fairfield, Conn., as- 
signors to The Bullard Company. (Cylindrical surface 
turning machine. 2,035.043 ; Mar. 24. 

Bullard, Edward P., Bridgeport, and H. C. Anderson, Fair- 
field, Conn., assignors to The Bullard Company. Appa- 
ratus for stationary work turning. 2,044,829 ; June 23. 

Bullard, Edward W., San Francisco, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to E. D. Bullard Company, San Francisco, 
Calif. Mask. 2,036,850 ; Apr. 7. 

Bullard, Edward W., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
E. D. Bullard Company, San Francisco, Calif. Exhala- 
tion valve. 2,038,267 ; Apr. 21. 

Bullard, Edward W., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
E. D. Bullard Company, San Francisco, Caiit. Gas 
mask. 2,051,023 ; Aug. 18. 

Bullard, William J., West Orange, assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated. New York, N. Y. Elec- 
trical measuring device. 2,060,849 ; Nov. 17. 

Bulldog Electric Products Company. (See Frank, Harri- 
son J. L., assignor.) 

Bulldog Electric Products Company. (See Frank, H. J. L., 
and Harper, assignors.) 

Bulldog Electric Products Company. (See Prank, H. J. L., 
Messin.g, and Harper, assignors.) 

Bulldog Electric Products Company. (See Frank, William 
H., as.signor.) 

Bulldog Electric Products Company. (See Frank, W. H., 
and Harper, assignors.) 

Bulldog Electric Products Company. (See Frank, W. H., 
and Messing, assignors.) 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1936 



Bulldog Electric Products Company. (See Frank, W. H., 
Messing and Frank, assignors.) 

Bullen, Arthur G., Sefton Park, Liverpool, England. 
Thermally actuated apparatus. 2,049,193 ; July 28. 

Buller, David W., Eeedley, Calif. Automatic hair clip- 
ping attachment. 2,034,131 ; Mar. 17. 

Buller, Jacob W., Hillsboro, Kans. Saw set. 2,048,596; 
July 21. 

Bullinger. Willis H. (See Miller, Ralph W., assignor.) 

Bullock, Frank, Lake Geneva, Wis., assignor to Middlebury 
Electric Clock Corporation, Chicago, 111. Air condi- 
tion indicator. 2,044,239 ; June 16. 

Bullock, Frank E., Conventry, Engalnd. Valve for inter- 
nal combustion engines. 2,065,049 : Dec. 22. 

Bullum, Incorporated, et al. (See BuUum, Stephen, as- 
signor.) 

Bullum, Stephen, Overton, assignor of three-fourths to 
A. D. Gaston, Austin, and one-fourth to Bullum, In- 
corporated, Austin, Tex. Cable or viire line clamp. 
2,043,463 ; June 9. 

Bulmer, Ernest R., Great Falls, Mont. Trailer brake. 
2,040,728; May 12. 

Bulmer, Frederick M., Marietta Township, Whatcom 
County, Wash. Green corn trimmer. 2,063,483 ; 
Dec. 8". 

Bulmer, Theodore N., Britt, Ontario, Canada. Roll win- 
dow screen and brace. 2.056,341 ; Oct. 6. 

Bulova, Ard6, assignor to Bulova Watch Company, Inc., 
New York, N. Y. Watch. 2.034,651 : Mar. 17. 

Bulova, Ard6, assignor to Bulova Watch Company, Inc., 
New York, N. Y. Watch construction. 2,062,637 ; 
Dec. 1. 

Bulova Watch Company. (See Bulova, Ard6, assignor.) 

Bulpit, Harry C, and S. S. Holden, assignors to Grant- 
Holden-Graham Limited, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. 
Sleeping robe. 2,064,458 ; Dec. 15. 

Bultman, Henry D., et al. (See Hoffman, Alfred, as- 
signor.) 

Bumanu, Emil F., Chicago, 111. Window construction. 
2,064,459 ; Dec. 15. 

Bumb, Charles V.. Indianapolis, Ind. Window sash fas- 
tener. 2.027,514; Jan. 14. 

Bumgardner, John W., assignor to Warwood Tool Com- 
pany, Wheeling, W. Va. Brace. 2,037,877 ; Apr. 21. 

Bumpus, Jesse A. and H. J. Woodall, assignors to Woodall 
Industries Incorporated, Detroit, Mich. Trim panel. 
2,035,588; Mar. 31. 

Bumpus, Jesse W., Memphis, Tenn. Paint mixer. 
2,061,547: Nov. 24. 

Bumstead, William D., Cleveland, Ohio, assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Machine for electrically weld- 
ing wires. 2,034,560 ; Mar. 17. 

Bunbury, Hugh M. (See Clarke, R. B. F. F.. and Bunbury.) 

Bunbury, Hugh M., R. B. F. F. Clarke, and W. J. R. Evans, 
Blackley, Manchester, England, assignors to Imperial 
Chemical Industries Limited. Adhesives and products 
derived therefrom. 2,046.015 ; June 30. 

Bunburv, Hugh M., Prestwich, and R. B. F. F. Clarke, 
Cheadle Hulme, England, assignors to Imperial Chemi- 
cal Industries Limited. Stabilized rubber latex. 
2,'^63,982 ; Dec. 15. 

Bunce, Earl H., and H. M. Haslam, Palmerton, Pa., as- 
signors to The New Jersey Zinc Company, New York, 
N. Y. Zinc oxide. 2,036,566 ; Apr. 7. 

Bundick, Clarkson U., White Plains, and A. Berglund, 
Dobbs Ferry, N. Y., assignors, by mesne assignments, to 
Kinatome Patents Corporation, Ridgewood, N. J. Cine- 
matographic apparatus. 2.036.918 ; Apr. 7. 

Bundy Tubing Company. (See Quarnstrom, Bert L., as- 
signor. ) 

Bungartz, Everhard. (See Kaufmann, W., and Bun- 
gartz.) 

Biinger, Albert, Berlin-Pankow. Germany, assignor to 
General Electric Company. Electric gaseous discharge 
device. 2.042,140 : May 26. 

Bunin, Gallens, & Co. (See Gallens, Aaron, assignor.) 

Bunker, Darius W. (See Ballard, M. H., Bunker, Finn, 
Hardy, Seely, and Thomas.) 

Bunker, H. M., & Co. (See Bunker, H. M., Wheelwright, 
and Maioros, assignors.) 

Bunker. Horace M., Summit, N. J., and G. S. Wheelwright, 
and F. P. Majoros, assignors to H. M. Bunker & Co.. Inc., 
New York, N. Y. Cloth rolling machine. 2,036,017 ; 
Mar. 31. 

Bunker, Lydia J. P., and D. R. Trinkle, Oakland, Calif., 
said Trinkle assignor to said Bunker. Thread severing 
and holding device. 2,056,342 : Oct. 6. 

Bunker, Samuel R., Ellsworth, Maine. Cable connector. 
2,032.834; Mar. 3. 

Bunn, Edward S., assignor to Revere Copper and Brass 
Incorporated, Rome, N. Y. Welding rod and the like. 
2 035 423 ' Mar. 24. 

Bunnell, Earl C, Stratford, assignor to Neva-Clog Prod- 
ucts, Inc., Bridgeport, Conn. Stapling device. 
2.041.523 ; May 19. 

Bunt, Edward T., assignor of one-half to F. E. J. Hill, 
Bristol, England. Sparking plug for Internal combus- 
tion engines. 2,038,882 ; Apr. 28. 

Bunte Brothers. (See Towell. Oscar J., assignor.) 

Bunten, Theodore W. (See Cleveland, T. W., and Bun- 
ten.) 

Bunting Brass & Bronze Company, The. (See Yager, 
George F., assignor.) 

Bunting Brass and Bronze Company, The. (See Yager, 
G. F., and Heath, assignors.) 



Bunting Glider Company. (See Kirsteln, Jacob, assignor.) 

Bunting, Reginald S., assignor to The British Kadlu Cor- 
poration Limited, London, England. Wireless receiv- 
ing apparatus. 2,036,999 ; Apr. 14. 

Bunzell, Herbert H., New York, N. Y. Leavened bread 
manufacture. 2,033,180 ; Mar. 10. 

Bunzl, Walter G., New York, N. Y. Infrared ray reflector 
lamp. 2.054,669 ; Sept. 15. 

Buquor, Adolph P., assignor to Martin-Parry Corporation, 
York, Pa. Gun carriage. 2,044,278 ; June 16. 

Buquor, Adolph P., York, assignor by mesne assignments, 
to Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Philadelphia, 
Pa. Suspension and load equalizing svstem for ve- 
hicles. 2,060,789 ; Nov. 17. 

Burbank, Benjamin B., Brunswick, Maine, assignor to 
Technicolor Motion Picture Corporation, Hollywood, 
Calif. Making hardened gelatin films and resulting 
product. 2,046,320 ; July 7. 

Burbank, Clement JK., and B. A. Cushman, Bedford Hills, 
N. Y. Concrete floor and ceiling construction. 
2,035.296 ; Mar. 24. 

Burbank, Clement E., and B. A. Cushman, Bedford Hills, 
N. Y. Casting concrete structural members. 2,058,295 ; 
Oct. 20. 

Burbridge, John R., Kenosha, Wis. Closure fastener. 
2,041.396 ; May 19. 

Burch Corporation, The. (See Ross, Lester T., assignor.) 

Burch, Eli P., Laurel Springs, N. J.-, assignor to Cities 
Service Oil Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Semisolid plas- 
tic lubricant. 2,057,473 ; Oct. 13. 

Burch, Elwood S., assignor lo Round Oak Furnace Com- 
pany, Dowagiac. Mich. Furnace. 2,035.297 ; Mar. 24. 

Burchett, George W., Peekskill, assignor to Bell Telephone 
Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Artificial 
larynx. 2,058,212 ; Oct. 20. 

Burckhalter, Robert N., and J. M. Osburn, Michigan City, 
Ind, assignor to Mlchiana Products Corporation. Filter. 
2,031,589 ; Feb. 25. 

Burckhalter, Robert N., and J. M. Osburn, assignors to 
Michiana Products Corporation, Michigan City, Ind. Oil 
filter. 2,035,530 ; Mar. 31. 

Burcky, Charles W., assignor to Teletype Corporation, 
Chicago, 111. Two-color ribbon mechanism. 2,027,515 ; 
Jan. 14. 

Burd, Gorman C, Adrian, Mich., assignor to American 
Cable Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. Tubular 
stranded wire structure. 2,045,568 ; June 30. 

Burden, Harrv C, assignor to Sandusky Foundry & Ma- 
chine Co., Sandusky, Ohio. Countersinking. 2,053,261 ; 
Sept. 8. 

Burden, Jarrett H., assignor of one-half to C. C. Hall, 
Mount Vernon, 111. Highway signal. 2,033,024 ; Mar. 3. 

Burdett, Horace H., assignor to Draper Corporation, 
Hopedale, Mass. Shuttle. 2,046,287 : June 30. 

Burdett, Horace H., assignor to Draper Corporation, Hope- 
dale, Mass. Shedding mechanism for looms. 2,058,129 ; 
Oct. 20. 

Burdick, Charles L.. London. England. Hygroscopic ap- 
paratus. 2,039.292 ; May 5. 

Burdick, Frank, assignor to Shakespeare Company, Kala- 
mazoo, Mich. Fishing reel. 2,048,835; July 28. 

Burdick. Irving E., New York, N. Y. Game. 2,037,064; 
Apr. 14. 

Burdick, Ralph V.. Albany, N. Y. Dispensing top for con- 
tainers. 2,037.116; Apr. 14. 

Burdick, Vincent H., Gardena, Calif. Cam assembly for 
brakes. 2.064.103 : Dec. 15. 

Burditt, Arthur K., Roselle Park, N. J. Soap pulverizer 
and dispenser. 2,029,701 ; Feb. 4. 

Burgard, Charles R., assignor to The Nu Size Company. 
Inc., Joliet, 111. Waterproofing size and making same. 
2,044,056 : June 16. 

Burgard, Margaret A., South Williamsport, assignor to 
C. A. Reed Company, Williamsport, Pa. Lollipop figure. 
2,031,208; Feb. 18. 

Burge, Harry, assignor to Crampton Canneries, Inc., Celina, 
Ohio. Fruit and vegetable filling table. 2,029,054 ; 
Jan. 28. 

Burgener. John A., Hinsdale, 111. Covering device. 
2.030.134 ; Feb. 11. 

Burgenl, Alfred. (See Griffin, H. H., and Burgenl.) 

Burgeni, Alfred. (See Herzog, R. O.. and Burgenl.) 

Burger, Frederick W., Niles. assignor to Clark Equipment 
Company. Buchanan, Mich. Spoke end mounted wheel. 
2.048,177 ; July 21. 

Burger Iron Company, The. (See Krehs, Edmund P., as- 
signor.) 

Burger, Leopold P., Riverside, 111., assignor to Interna- 
tional Harvester Company. Manifold construction. 
2.048,918: .July 28. 

Burger, Martin. Morris, assignor to Self-Locking Carton 
Company, Chicago, 111. Automatic carton setting-up 
machine. 2,057,082 ; Oct. 13. 

Burger, Martin, Morris, assignor to Self-Locking Carton 
Co., Chicago, 111. Setting-up mechanism. 2,063,364 ; 
Dec. 8. 

Burger, Michael, Munich, assignor to P. Deckel. Munich- 
Prinz Ludwigshohe, Germany. Photographic camera. 
2,028,752 ; Jan. 28. 

Burgerstein. Lothar. Rapperswil-Jona, Switzerland. Pick- 
er for looms. 2,048,836 ; July 28. 

Burgess, Alfred A., Brooklyn, and A. D. Knowlton, Summit, 
N. J., assignors to Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incor- 
porated. New York, N. Y. Teletypewriter switchboard. 
2,037,193 ; Apr. 14. 



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Burgess Battery Company. (See Nygard, Halvard F., 
assignor.) 

Burgess Battery Company. (See Schulte, Walter B., as- 
signor.) 

Burgess, C. P., Laboratories, Inc. (See Burgess, Charles 

F.. a.ssignor.) 
Burgess, C. F., Laboratories, Inc. (See Burgess, J., and 

Garbc, assignors.) 
Burgess, C. F., Laboratories, Inc. (See Day, John A., 

assignor.) 
Burgess, C. F., Laboratories, Inc. (See Hartsoclc, Guy 

5i., assignor.) 
Burgess, C F., Laboratories, Inc. (See Jack, William A., 

3d, assignor.) 

Burgess. C. F., Laboratories, Inc. (See Kliefoth, Max H., 

assignor.) 
Burgess, C. F., Laboratories, Inc. (See Spicer, Walter E., 

assignor.) 
Burgess Cellulose Company. (See Schorger, Arlie W., 

assignor.) 

Burgess, Charles F., Bobeelia. Fla., assignor to C. F. Bur- 
gess Laboratories, Inc.. Madison, Wis. Sound absorb- 
ing construction. 2.028.272 ; Jan. 21. 

Burgess, Charles O., New York, N. Y., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Union Carbide and Carbon Corporation. 
Producing castings. 2,038,639 ; Apr. 28. 

Burgess Company, Incorporated, The. (See La Place, 
Desmond R., assignor.) 

Burgess, Edward W., assignor to A. O. Smith Corporation, 
Milwaukee, Wis. Combination road parting strip and 
sealing cap. 2,039,144 ; Apr. 28. 

Burg'^ss, Edward W., assignor to A. O. Smith Corpora- 
tion, Milwaukee, Wis. Metal sealing cap for road 
parting strips. 2.039,775 : May 5. 

Burgess., Jackson, and H. W. Garbe, Freeport, 111., as- 
signors to C. F. Burgess Laboratories, Inc., Madison 
Wis. Illuminated display apparatus. 2,029,221 ; Jan 
28. 

Burgpsa. Joseph S., Sadieville, Ky. Wheel. 2,058,853 
Oct. 27. 

Burgess, Marshall A., Baltimore, Md. Plastic. 2,017,058 
July 7. 

Burgess Titanium Company. (See Svendsen, Svend S 
assignor.) 

Burgess, Warren C, La Grange, and N. Contino, assignors 
to Burton-Dixie Corporation, Cliicago, 111. Wire forming 
machine. 2,062,5.52 : Dec. 1. 

Burgey, Samuel S., U. S. Army, Pedricktown, N. J. Metal- 
working. 2,060,024 ; Nov. 10. 

Burggraf, Ivan. (See Reed, D. J., and Burggraf.) 

Burggraff, Justus, Bowlus. Minn. Safety hitch for trac- 
tors. 2,057,229; Oct. 13. 

Burghard, Edward G. (See Fourness, W., and Burghard.) 

Hurghart, Lloyd M., Glenbrook, Conn., assignor to U. S. 
Industrial Alcohol Co., New York, N. Y. Composition 
and process for Inhibiting corrosion. 2,038,988 ; Apr. 28. 

Burghoff, Henry L., Yalesville, and D. E. Lawson, Water- 
bury, assignors to The Chase Companies, Incorporated, 
Waterbury, Conn. Copper base alloy. 2,027,807 ; Jan. 
14. 

Bur^ie, Alethea R., administratrix. (See Reichert, Paul 
F.) 

Burgin, James. (See Groll, H. P. A., and Burgln.) 

Burgoine, Edward, and C. W. Soutar, Manchester, Eng- 
land, assignors to Imperial Chemical Industries Limited. 
Manufacture of chlorinated indanthrone compounds. 
2,035,459 ; Mar. 31. 

Burgoyne, Ernest C. (See Meyer, Ernst G. E., and Bur- 
goyne.) 

Burgoyne, William J. (See Cordy, H. J., and Burgoyne.) 

Burgster, Nathan G., Chicago, 111. Fountain pen. 
2.028,645 ; Jan. 21. 

Burgwin, Stephen L. (See Frey, A. A., and Burgwin.) 

Burinicki, Sigismund. Newark, N. J. Windshield wiper at- 
tachment. 2.050,920 ; Aug. 11. 

Burk. Frederick S.. Audubon, N. J. Oil testing device. 
2,053,894 ; Sept. 8. 

Burk, Robert E., assignor to The Standard Oil Company, 
Cleveland, Ohio. Inhibiting gum in cracked distillates. 
2.033.877 : Mar: 10. 

Burk, Robert E., assignor to The Standard Oil Company, 
Cleveland, Ohio. Altering the boiling points of hydro- 
carbons. 2,033,878 ; Mar. 10. 

Burk, Robert E. assignor to The Standard Oil Company, 
Cleveland, Ohio. Treating lubricating stocks containing 
amorphous wax. 2,038.640 ; Apr. 28. 

Burk, Robert E., assignor to The Standard Oil Company, 
Cleveland, Ohio. Heat exchanger. 2,063,788 ; Dec. 8. 

Burk, Robert E., assignor to The Standard Oil Company 
(Ohio), Cleveland, Ohio. Countercurrent apparatus for 
treating petroleum oil. 2.063,789 ; Dec. 8. 

Burk, Robert E., and H. P. Lankelma, Cleveland, Ohio, as- 
signor, by mesne assignments, to E. I. du Pont de 
Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Cracked distil- 
lates of petroleum. 2.053,421 ; Sept. 8. 

Burka. Samuel M., Dayton, Ohio. Pilot director. 
2,038,537 ; Apr. 28. 

Burke, Arthur R., assignor of forty-nine four hundredths 
to C. E. Genther, forty-nine four hundredths to C. F. 
Shields, forty-nine four hundredths to E. Lee, and 
forty-nine four hundredths to J. Ryan, Rochester, Minn. 
Fire escape device. 2,051,516 ; Aug. 18. 

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Burke, Burt S., Forest Hills, Pa., and C. V. Heck, Elizabeth, 
N. J., assignors to Westingbouse Electric & Manufac- 
turing Company, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Potential con- 
trol system. 2,057.512 ; Oct. 13. 

Burke, D;;vid B\, Manchester, Mass. Acoustic device. 
2,041,163; May 19. 

Burke, Earl I., Warren, assignor to Republic Steel Corpora- 
tion, Youngstown, Ohio. Packaging. 2,029,983 ; Feb. 4, 

Burke, Earl I., Warren, assignor to Republic Steel Cor- 
poration, Youngstown, Ohio. Packaging coils. 2,065,649 ; 
Dec. 29. 

Burke, Earl I., Warren, assignor to Republic Steel Cor- 
poration, Youngstown, Ohio. Shipping unit. 2,065,650 ; 
Dec. 29. 

Burke, Edmund, Portland, and J. C. Sherman, Gorham. 
Me., assignors to Brown Company, Berlin, N. II. JIul- 
tiple conduit section. 2.039,387 ; May 5. 

Burke, Ethyln M. (See Burke, John E., assignor.) 

Burke, James L., Weehawken, assignor to Eldorado Esca- 
lator Company, Union City, N. J. Individual butter 
pack. 2.055,333 ; Sept. 22. 

Burke, James P., assignor of one-half to M. E. Green, 
Knoxville, Tenn. Door knocker. 2,046,868 ; July 7. 

Burke, James P., assignor to Electro Chemical Corpora- 
tion, Knoxville, Tenn. Tablet dispensing container. 
2,046,869 ; July 7. 

Burke, James P., assignor to Auto-Mold, Inc., Knoxville, 
Tenn. Apparatus for making plastic compositions. 
2,055,742; Sept. 29. 

Burke, James P., assignor of one-third to J. L. Callaway, 
Sr., Knoxville, Tenn. Heater. 2,060,795 : Nov. 17. 

Burke, John E., assignor to E. M. Burke, Fond du Lac, 
Wis. Hanger for playground swings. 2,026,670 ; Jan. 7. 

Burke, John F., assignor, by mesne assignments, to Da- 
Burk Holding Corporation, Miami, Fla. Vending ma- 
chine. 2,039,282 ; May 5. 

Burke, Paul. (See Blosser, J. E., and Burlce.) 

Burke, Paul, and A. Orloff, assignors to Northwest Engi- 
neering Corporation, Green Bay, Wis. Pull shovel. 
2,036,680 ; Apr. 7. 

Burke, Ralph, Springfield, assignor to The Ohio Steel 
Foundry Company, Lima, Ohio. Return bend fitting. 
2,039.388 ; May 5. 

Rurke, Ralph H., et al. (See Ulrich, Charles P... assignor.) 

Burke, Robert F., Phoenixville, Pa. Border edger. 
2.032,467; Mar. 3. 

Burke, Stephen P.. Mongantown, W. Va., assignor to Do- 
herty Research Company, New York, N. Y. Apparatus 
for partial oxidation of hydrocarbons. 2,044,665 ; 
June 16. 

Burke, William F., assignor to The McBee Company, 
Athens, Ohio. Printing press for printing spots of wax 
carbon on sheets of paper. 2,032,047 ; Feb. 25. 

Burke, William H., assignor of one-fourth to G. W. Myr- 
land, and one-fourth to G. W. Prichard, Onawa, Iowa. 
Dispenser. 2,029.055 : Jan. 28. 

Burkhard, Carl. (See Barter. R. C. and BurkUard.) 

Burkhard, Myron J., Ridgewood, N. J., assignor to Socony- 
Vacuum Oil Company Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Distillation of oils. 2,049.247 ; July 28. 

Burkhard, Myron .!., Ridgewood, N. J., assignor to 
Bocony-Vacuum Oil Company, Incorporated, New York, 
N. Y. Method and apparatus for distillation of hydro- 
carbons. 2,057,004 ; Oct. 13. 

Burkhardt, Arthur. (See Sachs, G., and Burkhardt.) 

Burkhardt, Frederick J., assignor to Cppalite Reflecting 
Signal Co. Ltd., San Francisco, Calif.' Safety zone de- 
vice. 2,046,321 ; July 7. 

Burkhart, Kenneth C, Prosser, Wash. Fuel pump. 
2,057,624; Oct. 13. 

Burkholder, John C. (See Tebo, G. B., and Burkholder.) 

Burkitt, Henry L. (See Williams, John, assignor.) 

Burkitt, Joel L. (See Bennett, H. T., and Burkitt.) 

Burks, Arthur W., Decatur, 111. Rotary pump. 2,053,553 ; 
Sept. 8. 

Burleigh, Selma M., Albany, N. Y. Ear protector. 
2,060,553 ; Nov. 10. 

Burlein, Gustave, Huntington Park, Calif. Bracket. 
2,045,751 ; June 30. 

liurleson, M. L. (See Zorn, John C, assignor.) 

Burleson, Wade H., assignor to The Ohio Brass Company, 
Mansfield, Ohio. Insulated strain device. 2,055,650 ; 
Sept. 29. 

Burlmgame, Leslie G., Erlton. N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Condenser. 2,064,819 ; Dec. 
22. 

Burlington Mills, Incorporated. (See McMillan, William 
A., assignor.) 

Burmeister, Louis, Milwaukee, Wis. Scalping apparatus. 
2.053,895 ; Sept. 8. 

Burn, Walter S., Hartlepool, assignor to The National 
Gas and Oil Engine Company Limited, Alfred Bicker- 
ton Balmford, Ashton-under-Lyne, and Walter S. Burn, 
Hartlepool, England. Piston construction of internal 
combustion engines. 2,064,371 ; Dec. 15. 

Rurndy Engineering Co. (See Lee, Marvin, assignor.) 

Burneill Aircraft, Ltd. (See Burnelli, Vincent J., as- 
signor.) 

Burnelli Aircraft, Ltd. (See Uppercu, Inglis M., assign- 
or.) 

Burnelli, Vincent J., Keyport, N. J., assignor to Burnelli 
Aircraft, Ltd. Airplane. 2,031,876 ; Feb. 25. 

Burner, James A., assignor to Air Systems Incorporated, 
Minneapolis. Minn. Refrigeration process and appara- 
tus. 2,029,153; Jan. 28. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1936 



Burnett, Arthur, Halstead, Kans. Combination rail and 
pipe line device. 2,052,865 ; Sept. 1. 

Burnett, Ctiarles S., Presidio of San Francisco, Calif. 
Safety device for pneumatic tire vehicles. 2,052,277 ; 
Aug. 25. 

Burnett, Newton O., and E. Schmidt, Flushing, N. Y. 
Pantographic reproducing machine. 2,032,350 ; Mar. 3. 

Burnett, Richard W., Chicago, 111. Hand brake mecha- 
nism. 2,054,651 ; Sept. 15. 

Burnette, William A., Hartford, Mich., assignor to Cook- 
ware Company of America, Hartford, Mich. Combi- 
nation skillet structure. 2,061,610 ; Nov. 24. 

Burney, Hugh W., Dallas, Tex. Multiple firing blasting 
apparatus. 2,044,666 ; June 16. 

Burney, Johnnie K., et al. (See Richardson, WOliam F., 
assignor.) 

Burnham, Charles, Washington, D. C, assignor of one-half 
to R. Burnham, Pasadena, Calif. Reciprocating valve. 
2,037,497 ; Apr. 14. 

Burnham. Ralph. (See Burnham, Charles,- assignor.) 

Burnham, Stanley W. (See Gleasou, F. J., and Burnham.) 

Burnham, Stanley W., Elizabeth, assignor to Merck & Co., 
Inc., Rahway, N. J. Display package. 2,050,270 ; 
Aug. 11. 

Burnish, Howard J., Sewickley, assignor to Spang, Chal- 
font & Company, Inc., Pittsburgh, Pa. Machine and 
method for electrically welding tubes. 2,047,254 ; July 
14. 

Burnley, Robert C, Louisville, Ky. Table and book ledge. 
2,040,077; May 12. 

Burnley, Robert C, Louisville, Ky. Tray rack. 2,043,605 ; 
June 9'. 

Burns, Adele, New York, N. Y. Erecting prefabricated 
houses and the like. 2,048,537 ; July 21. 

Burns, Alfred P. (See Blood, H. L., and Burns.) 

Burns, Charles R., assignor to Vanity Fair Silk Mills, Read- 
ing, Pa. Warp knit girdle with integral supporting 
panels. 2,026,963; Jan. 7. 

Burns, Erwin, et al. (See Black. Alillard S., assignor. i 

Burns, Erwin, Los Angeles, and H. P. Wickersham, Hunt- 
ington Park, Calif. Releasable jarring tool. 2,026,931 ; 
Jan. 7. 

Burns, Erwin, Los Angeles, and H. P. Wickersham, Hunt- 
ington Park, Calif. Releasing overshot. 2,028,966 ; 
•Lin. 28. 

Burns, Erwin, Los Angeles, and H. P. Wickersham, Hunt- 
ington Park, Calif. Well tool. 2,029,609 ; Feb. 4. 

Burns, Erwin, Los Angeles, and H. P. Wickersham, Hunt- 
ington Park, assignors of one-third to L. P. Baash, Los 
Angeles, Calif. Safety Joint. 2,049,289 ; July 28. 

Burns, Erwin, and H. P. Wickersham, assignors of one- 
third to L. P. Baash, Los Angeles, Calif.- Drilling 
safety joint. 2,049,290 ; July 28. 

Burns, Frank S., Milwaukee, Wis. Gas meter. 2,038,412 ; 
Apr. 21. 

Burns, Fred J., assignor to The Columbia Mills, Inc., Sag- 
inaw, Mich. Self-locking bracket. 2,030,960; Feb. 18. 

Burns, Fred J., assignor to The Columbia Mills, Inc., Sagi- 
naw, Mich. Automatic stop device. 2,054,240 ; Sept. 
15. 

Burns, Fred J., assignor to The Columbia Mills, Inc.. 
Saginaw, Mich. Venetian blind. 2,054,241 ; Sept. 15. 

Burns, Furel R., Mentone, Ind. Device for glazing dough- 
nuts. 2,028,435 ; Jan. 21. 

Burns, George A., and P. F. Gunning, Liverpool, England, 
assignors to Associated Telephone and Telegraph Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Remote control system. 2,056,770 ; 
Oct. 6. 

Burns, Jabez, & Sons, Inc. (See Keenan, Joseph H., as- 
signor. ) 

Burns, Jabez & Sons, Inc. (See Kopf, John C., assignor.) 

Burns, James E., Bridgeport, Conn., assignor to Rem- 
ington Arms Company, Inc. Priming mixture. 
2,038,097 ; Apr. 21. 

Burns, Joseph A., Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Independent 
screw closure. 2,039,145 ; Apr. 28. 

Burns, Joseph E., Syracuse, N. Y. Citrous fruit tool. 
2,032,562; Mar. 3. 

Burns, Laurence, Revere, assignor to Hygrade Sylvania 
Corporation, Salem, Mass. Electric discharge lamp. 
2,061,892 ; Nov. 24. 

Burns, Lee H., San Francisco, Calif. Dispensing device. 
2,052,445 ; Aug. 25. 

Burns, Ralph E., Los Angeles, Calif., assignor to Refining, 
Inc.. Reno, Nev. Producing saponified material. 
2,037,004 ; Apr. 14. 

Burns, Robert, Brooklyn, assignor to Bell Telephone Labo- 
ratories, Incorporated. New York, N. Y. Impact test- 
ing device and method. 2,028,190 ; Jan. 21. 

Burnside, Don G., East Orange, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Automatic volume control. 
2,037,456 ; Apr. 14. 

Burnside, Don 6., East Orange, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Combined diode detector and 
amplifier circuit. 2,045,290 ; June 23. 

Burnside, Don G., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Combined detector-automatic 
volume control circuits. 2,048,100 ; July 21. 

Burnside, James H., 2d, New York, N. Y. Counting de- 
vice. 2,065,048 ; Dec. 22. 

Buron, Harry A., Cambridge, and J. V. MacDonough, 
Watertown, Mass., assignors, by mesne assignments, 
to Arthur D. Little, Inc. Preparing zein. 2,044,769 ; 
June 23. 



Burpee Can Sealer Company. (See Burpee, Frank W., as- 
signor.) 

Burpee, Frank W., assignor to Burpee Can Sealer Company, 
Chicago, lU. Can seaming machine. 2,055,998 ; Sept. 
29. 

Burrell, Edward P., Shaker Heights, assignor to The 

Warner & Swasey Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Machine 

tool. 2,039,146; Apr. 28. 
Burrell, Edward P., Shaker Heights, assignor to The Warner 

& Swasey Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Machine tool. 

2,055,651 ; Sept. 29. 
Burrell, William C, Kankakee, assignor to W. C. Fischer, 

Chicago, 111. Center strip and support. 2,027,516 ; 

Jan. 14. 
Burris, Nellie E., Frederick, Md. Toy. 2,056,090 ; Sept. 

29. 

Burroughs Adding Machine Company. (See Authier, Louis 

J., assignor.) 
Burroughs Adding Machine Company. (See Brockman, 

Robert T., assignor.) 
Burroughs Adding Machine Company. (See Dahl, Conrad 

C, assignor.) 

Burroughs Adding Machine Company. (See Henderson, 

Robert R., assignor.) 
Burroughs Adding Machine Company. (See Horton, A. A., 

and Rowland, assignors.) 
Burroughs Adding Machine Company. (See Muller, Robert 

L., assignor.) 
Burroughs Adding Machine Company. (See Pasinski, 

Walter J., assignor.) 
Burroughs Adding Machine Company. (See Racz, Ernest, 

assignor.) 
Burroughs Adding Machine Company. (See Rowland, 

D. P., and Bower, assignors.) 

Burroughs Adding Machine Company. (See Rowland, D. 

P., and Dahl, assignors.) 
Burroughs Adding Machine Company. (See Sampson, 

Leroy J., assignor.) 
Burroughs Adding BlachijQe Company. (See Saunders, 

Lyman G., assignor.) 
Burroughs, George W. (See Kraemer, L. G., and Bur- 
roughs.) 
Burroughs, Samuel G., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Penn- 
sylvania Coal Products Company. Hydrolyzing chlor 

phenols. 2,041,592 ; May 19. 
Burroughs, Samuel CJ., assignor to Pennsylvania Coal 

Products Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Hydrolyzing chlor 

alkyl phenols. 2,041,593 ; May 19. 
Burroughs, Samuel G., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Penn- 
sylvania Coal Products Company. Conducting alkali 

fusions. 2,043,232 ; June 9. 
Burrow, Herbert T., Beaver Dam, assignor to Malleable 

Iron Range Company, Beaver Dam, Wis. Range. 

2.032,252 ; Feb. 25. 
Burrows, Fred J., Ticonderoga, and W. H. Burrows, Crown 

Point, N. Y. Carburetor. 2,041,524; May 19. 
Burrows, Robert J., and A. O. Williams, assignors to Clark 

Tructractor Company, Battle Creek, Mich. Truck. 

2,036,194 ; Apr. 7. 
Burrows, Robert J., and A. O. Williams, assignors to Clark 

Tructractor Company, Battle Creek, Mich. Rail car. 

2,051,073 ; Aug. 18. 
Burrows, Robert J., and A. O. Williams, assignors to 

Clark Tructractor Company, Battle Creek, Mich. Rail 

car. 2,051,074 ; Aug. 18. 
Burrows, Robert J., and A. O. Williams, assignors to 

Clark Tructractor Company, Battle Creek, Mich. Rail 

car. 2,051,075 ; Aug. 18. 
Burrows, Robert J., and A. O. Williams, assignors to Clark 

Tructractor Company, Battle Creek, Mich. Wheel. 

2,054,803 ; Sept. 22. 
Burrows, Robert J., and A. O. Williams, assignors to Clark 

Tructractor Company, Battle Creek, Mich. Wheel. 

2,054,804; Sept. 22. 
Burrows, Robert J., and A. O. Williams, assignors to Clark 

Tructractor Company. Battle Creek, Mich. Signal means 

for rail cars. 2,057,474 ; Oct. 13. 
Burrows, William H. (See Burrows, Fred J., and W. H.) 
Burry, Arthur A., Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Washing 

machine. 2,050,484 ; Aug. 11. 
Burston, Richard, Toronto. Ontario, Canada. Installing 

valve seats. 2.066,136 : Dec. 29. 
Burt, Alexander D. (See Buedon, E. C. Burt, and Shoup.) 
Burt, Alexander D., Narberth, Pa., A. J. Rohner, Haddon 

Heights, and Frederic Shoup, Oaklyn, N. J., assignors 

to Radio Corporation of America. Vibrator power sup- 
ply system. 2,060,025 ; Nov. 10. 
Burt, Archie R., Hermann, Mo. Electrical frequency 

regulator. 2.037.696 ; Apr. 21. 
Burt, Boulton & Haywood, Limited. (See Elphick, F. C, 

and Gray, as.'^ignors.) 
Burt, Clarence E., Los Angeles, assignor to Baker Oil Tools, 

Inc., Huntington Park, Calif. Trap ring for core bar- 
rels. 2,044.057 : June 16. 
Burt, Daniel W., Providence, R. I. Manuscript manipula- 
tor. 2,054,459 : Sept. 15. 
Burt, F. N., Company Limited. (See Dreux, A. H., and 

Royal, assignors.) 
Burt, Harold A., St. Albans, N. Y., assignor to Mergenthaler 

Linotype Company. Slug casting machine. 2,038,714 ; 

Apr. 28. 
Burt, Leo 0., Dearborn, Mich. Transmission controlling 

device. 2,044,463 ; June 16. 
Burt Machine Company. (See Wild, Charles H., assignor.) 



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Burt, Robert C, Pasadena, Calif. Power plant. 2,054,570 ; 
Sept. 15. 

Burt-Warner Power Corporation. (See Otis, Kussell M., 
assignor.) 

Burtuett, Richard J., Baltimore, Md. Sparlc plug. 
2,047,575 ; July 14. 

Burton, Bliike. (See Ellwood, I. L., 2d, and Burton.) 

Burton-Dixie Corporation. (See Burgess, W. C. and 
Contino, assignors.) 

Burton-Uisie Corporation. (See Burton, Oliver M., as- 
signor.) 

Burton-Dixie Corporation. (See Perlesz, H., and Pearce, 
assignor.) 

Burton-Dixie Corporation. (See Pittoni, Angelo, assignor.) 

Burton-Dixie Corporation. (See Trotta, L., and Perlesz, 
assignors.) 

Burton-Dixie Corporation. (See Ward, John C, Jr., as- 
signor.) 

Burton-Dixie Corporation. (See Wesley, Arthur, as- 
signor.) 

Burton, Euclid, 0., assignor to Philco Radio & Television 
Corporation, Philadelphia, Pa. Noise suppression de- 
vice for automobile radio receivers. 2,065,651 ; Dec. 29. 

Burton, Everett T., Millburn, N. J., assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Am- 
plifier. 2,033,274; Mar. 10. 

Burton, Everett T., Millburn, N. J., assignor to Bell 
Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Telegraph repeater. 2,039,629 ; May 5. 

Burton, Everett T., Millburn, N. J., assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Multiplex transmission system. 2,046,057 ; June 30. 

Burton, Frank F., Mount Carmel, assignor to Winchester 
Repeating Arms Company, New Haven, Conn. Firearm. 
2,037,005 ; Apr. 14. 

Burton, Frank P., Mount Carmel, assignor to Winchester 
Repeating Arms Company, New Haven, Conn. Safety- 
device for bolt-action firearms. 2,043,281 ; June 9. 

Burton, Frank W., San Diego, Calif. Vacuum cleaner 
dust bag emptying means. 2,033,179 ; Mar. 10. 

Burton, Harry H., assignor to Slater Mills, Inc., Webster, 
Mass. Imitation linen fabric. 2,031,209 ; Feb. 18. 

Burton, Harry H., assignor to Slater Mills, Inc., Webster, 
Mass. Loomi. 2,045,978 ; June 30. 

Burton, John, Edgbaston, Birmingham, England. Scaf- 
folding coupling. 2,060,171 ; Nov. 10. 

Burton, Milton, assignor, by mesne assignments, to Eugene, 
Ltd.. New York, N. Y. Permanent waving apparatus. 
2,057,005; Oct. 13. 

Burton, Oliver M., assignor to Burton-Dixie Corporation, 
Chicago, 111. Mattress. 2,060,172; Nov. 10. 

Burton, Robert H., Oakland, Calif. Book supporting de- 
vice. 2,059,679 ; Nov. 3. 

Burton, Robert N., Elver Forest, 111., assignor to Kirchen 
Bros. Inc., Chicago, 111. Artificial flower-making de- 
vice. 2,062,276 ; Nov. 24. 

Burton, Wallace A. (See Lackey, Horace, assignor.) 

Burton, Warren D., assignor to Combustioneer, Inc., 
Goshen, Ind. Stoker. 2,033,919'; Mar. 17. 

Burton, Warren D., Goshen, Ind., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to The Steel Products Engineering Company, 
Springfield, Ohio. Furnace. 2,054,805 ; Sept. 22. 

Burton, Warren D., Goshen, Ind., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Minneapolis-Honeywell Regulator Com- 
pany. Heating system control. 2,064,194 ; Dec. 15. 

Burwell, Arthur W., Niagara Falls, assignor to Alox Cor- 
poration, New York, N. Y. Lubricant composition. 
2,043,923 ; June 9. 

Burwell, Arthur W.. Niagara Falls, and A. Kempe, Hack- 
ensack, N. J., assignors to Alox Corporation, New York, 
N. Y. Emulsion oil composition. 2,043,922 ; June 9. 

Burwell, John A., Jackson Heights, assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Selective switch. 2,039,630; May 5. 

Burwick, Llovd W., Pomona, Calif., assignor to Brogdex 
Company, Winter Haven, Fla. Fastener. 2,028,714 ; 
Jan. 21. 

Busch, (Siarles R., Orange, N. J., assignor to Buffalo Brake 
Beam (Company, New York, N. Y. Brake shoe key. 
2.028.753 ; Jan. 28. 

Busch, Charles R., Orange, N. X, assignor to Buffalo 
Brake Beam Company, New York, N. Y. Spring means 
for car truck bolsters. 2,030,681 ; Feb. 11. 

Busch, Emil, Aktiengesellschaft, Optische Industrie, firm. 
(See Ursinus, Otto, assignor.) 

Busch, John S. (See Weyerhaeuser, P., and Busch.) 

Busch-Sulzer Bros.-Diesel Engine Company. (See Pol- 
lister. Edward B., assignor.) 

Busch-Sulzer Bros.-Diesel Engine Company. (See 
Schneider, Rudolph, assignor.) 

Busch-Sulzer Bros.-Diesel Engine Company. (See Wohanka, 
George J., assignor.) 

Busch, Werner, Dormagen, and P. Wolski, Leverkusen- 
Wiesdorf Company, assignors to Wlnthrop Chemical 
Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. Imbedding mass for 
dental purposes. 2,054,894 ; Sept. 22. 

Buschbeck, Werner, assignor to Telefunken Gesellschaft 
fur Drahtlose Telegraphic m. b. H., Berlin, Germany. 
Variable antenna arrangement. 2.036,456; Apr. 7. 

Buschbeck, Werner, assignor to Telefunken Gesellschaft 
fiir Drahtlose Telegraphie m. b. H., Berlin, Germany. 
Cooling device. 2,064,372 ; Dec. 15. 
Buschenfeldt, Karl W., Stoughton, Mass. Tourniquet. 
2,045,750; June 30. 



Buschenfeldt, Karl W., Stoughton, Mass. Scoliosis cor- 
rective brace. 2,060,173 ; Nov. 10. 

Buschman, Edward. (See Edmunds, John D., assignor.) 

Busey, Herbert S. (See McKean, J. R., and Busey, as- 
signors.) 

Bush, A. G. (See Criner, Harry J., assignor.) 

Bush, Arthur G., Davenport, Iowa. Bottle. 2,061,095 ; 
Nov. 17. 

Bush, Bernard, Bronx, and B. Wolk, New York, N. Y. 
Amusement device. 2,058,854 : Oct. 27. 

Bush, Dr. C. Abbott. (See Shigley, William W., assignor.) 

Bush, Edward R., Lemont, 111., assignor to Chadeloid 
Chemical Company, New York, N. X. Coated article 
and composition therefor. 2,044,770 ; June 23. 

Bush, Eugene S., assignor to Bush Manufacturing Com- 
pany, St. Louis, Mo. Clutch mechanism. 2,053,020 ; 
Sept. 1. 

Bush, Eugene S., assignor to Bush Manufacturing Com- 
pany, St. Louis, Mo. Electromagnetic control device. 
2,054,806; Sept. 22. 

Bush, John C. (See Picard, J. B., and Bush.) 

Bush Manufacturing Company, The. (See Bappler, 
Charles T., assignor.) 

Bush Manufacturing Company. (See Bush, Eugene S., 
assignor.) 

Bush, Olney, Buffalo, N. Y. Animal grading device. 
2,045,176 ; June 23. 

Bush, Philip L., San Francisco, and F. Ruediger, Oakland, 
assignors to Pacific Machinery Company, San Fran- 
cisco, Calif. Peach pitter. 2,032,737 ; Mar. 3. 

Bush, Ralph R., Manoa, Pa., assignor to General Electric 
Company. Operating mechanism. 2,031,458 ; Feb. 18. 

Bush, Rankin J. (See Lynn, E. K., and Bush.) 

Bush, Rankin J. (See McWhirter, J. S., and Bush.) 

Bush, Rankin J., Jeannette, assignor to The Westing- 
house Air Brake Company, Wilmerding, Pa. Brake 
controlling means. 2,039,701 ; May 5. 

Bush, Vannevar, Medford, Mass., assignor, by mesne, as- 
signments to Raytheon Manufacturing Company, New- 
ton, Mass. Amplifying system. 2,032,253 ; Feb. 25. 

Bush, William C, assignor of twenty-five per cent to J. R. 
Mathers and fifteen per cent to T. Havill, Montreal, 
Quebec, Canada. Joining printing elements. 2,050,993; 

Bushnell, Charles R. (See Petersen, J., and Bushnell.) 

Bushnell, Charles S., assignor to General Railway Signal 
Company, Rochester, N. Y. Recorder for centralized 
traffic controlling systems. 2,027,718 ; Jan. 14. 

Bushnell, Charles §., assignor to General Railway Signal 
Company, Rochester, N. Y. Indicating means for rail- 
way signaling system. 2,027,719 ; Jan. 14. 

Bushnell, Charles S., assignor to General Railway Signal 
Company, Rochester, N. Y. Interlocking system for 
railroads. 2.042.650 ; June 2. 

Bushnell, Charles S., assignor to General Railway Signal 
Company, Rochester, N. Y. Centralized traffic control- 
ling system for railroads. 2,049,406 ; July 28. 

Bushnell, Charles S., assignor to General Railway Signal 
Company, Rochester, N. Y. Automatic train control 
s.vstem. 2,058.770 ; Oct. 27. 

Bushnell, Charles S., assignor to General Railway Signal 
Company, Rochester, N. Y. Traffic controlling system 
for railroads. 2.062,861 : Dec. 1. 

Bushnell, Charles S., and W. T. Powell, assignors to Gen- 
eral Railway Signal Company, Rochester, N. Y. Inter- 
locking system for railroads. 2,060,413 ; Nov. 10. 

Bushwick Can Co. Inc. (See Fuller, Albert G., assignor.) 

Busiek, William A., assignor to A. B. Fellner, Belleville, 111. 
Range. 2,032,048 ; Feb. 25. 

Busignies, Henri G., Paris, France, assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Direc- 
tion finding antenna system. 2,062,441 ; Dec. 1. 

Buskard, Samuel G., Richmond Hill, N. Y. Stoker. 
2.039,389 ; May 5. 

Buskirk, Lee S., Portland, Oreg. Spring lifting device. 
2,038,641 ; Apr. 28. 

Buss, John, assignor to Provincial Paper Limited, Toronto, 
Ontario, Canada. Process and apparatus for making 
paper. 2,054,214 ; Sept. 15. 

Bussard, Emmery J. H., assignor to The Crosley Radio 
Corporation, Cincinnati, Ohio. Operation of electrical 
condensers. 2,034,327 ; Mar. 17. 

Busse, Edwin G., assignor to Chicago Railway Equipment 
Company, Chicago, 111. Brake beam support. 2,040,512 ; 
May 12. 

Busse, Edwin G., assignor to Chicago Railway Equipment 
Company, Chicago, 111. Brake beam support. 2,040,513 ; 
May 12. 

Busse, Edwin G., assignor to Chicago Railway Equipment 
Company, Chicago, 111. Car door. 2,045,291 : June 23. 

Busse, Edwin G., assignor to Chicago Railway Equipment 
Company, Chicago, 111. Railway brake structure. 
2,049,601 ; Aug. 4. 

Busse, Edwin G., assignor to Chicago Railway Equipment 
Company, Chicago, 111. Railway brake gear device. 
2,053.548; Sept. 8. 

Busse. Edwin G., assignor to Chicago Railway Equipment 
Company, Chicago, 111. Brake gear guard. 2,065,791 ; 
Dec. 29. 

Busse, Edwin 6., and H. W. Ekholm, assignors to Chicago 
Railway E<iuipment Company, Chicago, 111. Third point 
support shoe. 2,027,147 ; Jan. 7. 

Bussey, Everett E. (See Cross, H., and Bussey.) 

Bustamante, Alberto, Mexico, D. F., Mexico. Electrode 
holder. 2,044,058 ; June 16. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1936 



Bustamante, Cesar, New York, N. Y. Lip stick package. 
2,042,584 ; June 2. 

Bustamante, Cesar, assignor to M. D. Koppel, New York, 
N. Y. Hat fastening device. 2,033,610 ; Mar. 10. 

Buswell, Arthur M., and C. S. Boruff, Urbana, III. Diges- 
tion of industrial wastes. 2,029,702 ; Feb. 4. 

Butacon Aktiengesellscbaft. (See Bermann, Viktor, as- 
signor.) 

Butcher, Claude R., Pullman, Wash. Toy aeroplane. 
2,035.531 ; Mar. 31. 

Butcher, Henry J., assignor to The Leyland and Birming- 
ham Rubber Company, Limited, Leland, near Preston, 
England. Fluid valve. 2,040,356 ; May 12. 

Butenandt, Adolf, Gottingen, assignor to Schering-Kahl- 
baum A. G., Berlin, Germany. Manufacture of a follicle 
hormone-quinoline addition product. 2,047,307 ; July 
14. 

Butler, Albert D. (See Zange, Brnst T., assignor.) 

Butler, Arthur G., Eggertsville, N. Y., assignor to Curtiss 
Aeroplane & Motor Company, Inc. Landing gear. 
2,034,083 ; Mar. 17. 

Butler, Claude, Los Angeles, Calif. Hood clamping de- 
vice. 2,060,026 ; Nov. 10. 

Butler, Courtland L. (See Cretcher, L. H., Butler, and 
Renfrew. ) 

Butler, Courtland L. <See Cretcher, L. H., Nelson, Butler, 
and Renfii^w.) 

Butler, Courtland L. (See Souther, B. L., Butler, and 
Cretcher.) 

Butler, Courtland L., and L. H. Cretcher, Pittsburgh, Pa., 
assignors to Mellon Institute of Industrial Research. 
Hydroxyethylapoquinine and its production. 2,033,679 ; 
Mar. 10. 

Butler, Cyrus O., and S. M. Bear, Kingsport, Tenn., as- 
signors, by mesne assignments, to Eastman Kodak Co., 
Jersey City, N. J. Construction of spinning jets. 
2.058,408 : Oct. 27. 

Butler, Edward A., assignor, by mesne assignments, to La 
Fain, Inc., Buffalo, N. Y. Composition and method for 
treating hair. 2,056,135 ; Sept. 29. 

Butler, Fabius M., Seattle, Wash. Ink bottle. 2,048,101 ; 
July 21. 

Butler, Frank D., United States Navy, Bremerton, Wash. 
Fuel atomizing and injecting assembly for internal com- 
bustion engines. 2,037,702 ; Apr. 21. 

Butler, George B. (See fie Lannoy, Charles F., assignor.) 

Butler, George F., Oakland, Calif. Closure for meat 
grinders or the like. 2,034,084 ; Mar. 17. 

Butler, Henry E., Scotia, N. Y. Domestic cooking recep- 
tacle. 2,034,940; Mar. 24. 

Butler, James C, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. 
Shake splitting machine. 2.031,877 ; Feb. 25. 

Butler, John M. (See Fraher, R. E., Butler, Hendricks, 
and Kipman.> 

Butler, Joseph D. (See Butler, Ludovica and J. D.) 

Butler-Kuhn Corporation. (See Kuhn, George, assignor.) 

Butler, Ludovica and J. D.. San Francisco, Calif. Bird 
feed receptacle. 2,031,874 ; Feb. 25. 

Butler Manufacturing Company. (See Bradley, Ralph A., 
assignor. ) 

Butler Manufacturing Company. (See Bradley, R. A., 
and Norquist, assignor.) 

Butler Manufacturing Company. (See Bradley, R. A., Nor- 
quist, E. B., and V. C, assignors.) 

Butler Manufacturing Company, et al. (See Cross, W. M., 
Jr., Buder and Norquist. assignors.) 

Butler Manufacturing Company. (See Norquist, Victor C, 
assignor.) 

Butler Manufacturing Company. (See Norquist. V. C, 
and Bradley, assignors.) 

Butler, Marcus B.. Jr., and C. B. Conwell, assisnors to 
Edward G. Budd Manufacturing Company, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. Door construction. 2,060.608 ; Nov. 10. 

Butler, Noble C, assignor to The National Tile Company, 
Anderson, Ind. Shipping crate or box for tiles. 
2,065,050 ; Dec. 22. 

Butler Paper Products Company, The. (See Decker, 
Homer A., assignor.) 

Butler, Thomas M., Chicago, 111. Bed and the like. 

2.036.394 ; Apr. 7. 

Butler, Thomns M., Chicago, 111. Bed and the like. 

2.036.395 ; Apr. 7. 

Butler, Willard J., Scituate, Mass. Program device for 
player musical instruments. 2,034,224 ; Mar. 17. 

Butt.iri, Raul L., Los Pinos, Cuba, assignor to Standard 
Oil Development Comnanv. Automatic viscosity device. 
2.066,249 ; Dec. 29. 

Butterbaugh, Homer W.. Kenosha. Wis., assignor to Thp 
American Brass Company, Waterbury, Conn. Welding 
rod alloy. 2,028.317 : .Tan. 21. 

Butterfield, Emory E., Davenport, Iowa, assignor of one- 
half to Leland K. Ford, Chicago, 111. Metal lacing. 
2,026,671 : Jan. 7. 

Butterfield, Wendell. (See Lane, G. T., and Butterfield.) 

Butterworth, Arthur B., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to But- 
terworth System, Inc. Freeing a container of asphaltic 
and oily materials. 2.045,752 ; June 30. 

Butterworth, Carl E., New Gulf, and J. W. Schwab, Gulf, 
Tex., assignors to The Koppers Company of Delaware. 
Treating sulphur-mining bleed-water. 2,041,397; May 
19. 

Butterworth, Samuel D., Detroit, Mich., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, of ninety-nine per cent to The Worth Com- 
pany. Car loading device. 2,034,893 ; Mar. 24. 



Butterworth, Samuel D., Detroit, Mich., assignor of 
ninety-nine percent to the Worth Company. Car load- 
ing device. 2,060,027 ; Nov. 10. 

Butterworth System, Inc. (See Butterworth, Arthur B., 
assignor.) 

Butterworth System Incorporated. (See Jett, George H., 
assignor.) 

Butterworth, Willoughby H., Oak Park, 111., assignor to 
J. F. Meyer, Pasadena, Calif. Vending machine cab- 
inet. 2,037,311 ; Apr. 14. 

Buttfleld, Alfred C, North Plalnfleld, and R. W. Muller, 
Sewaren, N. J., assignors to The Vulcan Detinning Com- 
pany. Baling press. 2,029,984 ; Feb. 4. 

Buttfleld, William J., North Plainfield, assignor to The 
Vulcan Detinning Company, Sewaren, N. J. Manu- 
facture of stannic chloride. 2,047,545 ; July 14. 

Biittner, Arthur, assignor to Schnellpressenfabrik Aktien- 
gesellscbaft Heidelberg, Heidelberg, Germany. Inking 
apparatus for platen printing presses. 2,042,769 ; 
June 2. 

Buttner-Werke Aktiengesellscbaft. (See Schneider, E., 
and Blum, assignors.) 

Buttner, William C, and S. D. Levings, Winnetka, as- 
signors to Bastian-Blessing Company, Chicago, 111. Car- 
bonated liquid dispensing apparatus. 2,055,923 ; Sept. 
29. 

Buttolph, Leroy J., Grantwood, assignor to General Elec- 
tric Vapor Lamp Company, Hoboken, N. J. Supporting 
base for electric discharge devices. 2,056,157 ; Oct. 6. 

Button, Charley A., Arcadia, Calif. Vehicle wheel test- 
ing instrument. 2,032,399 ; Mar. 3. 

Button, Leon A., New Berlin, N. Y. Manure spreader. 
2.043,151: June 2. 

Button Machine Company. (See Carris, Clarence P., as- 
signor.) 

Butts, Durain C, Fairville, Pa., assignor to Hercules 
Powder Company, Wilmington, Del. Hydrogenation of 
esters of abietic acid. 2,042,585 ; June 2. 

Butts, Durain C, Sandusky, Ohio, assignor to Hercules 
Powder Company, Wilmington, Del. Refining rosin. 
2,035,141 ; Mar. 24. 

Butts, Guy M. (See Mohler, James V., assignor.) 

Butts, Le Roy, San Francisco, Calif. Watch cleaning 
machine. 2,060,277 ; Nov. 10, 

Butz, Edward D., Palisade, N. J., assignor to Bell Telephone 
Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Telephone 
system. 2,055,652 ; Sept. 29. 

Butz, Karl, Chemnitz, Saxony, Germany, assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to American Hyalsol Corporation, 
Wilmington, Del. Pyrophosphoric acid esters of higher 
aliphatic alcohols and preparing the same. 2,053,653 ; 
Sept. 8. 

Butz, Karl, Chemnitz, Gustav Deuschle, and G. Simon, 
Stuttgart, assignors to H. Th. Bohme Aktiengesellscbaft, 
Chemnitz, Germany. Bleaching fibrous material. 
2.048,991 ; July 28. 

Buxhaum, Edwin C, Shorewood, Wis., assignor to E. I. du 
Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Prepar- 
ing formylamino anthraquinones and products obtain- 
able by said process. 2.063.027 ; Dec. 8. 

Buxhaum, Edwin C, Sherwood, and H. R. Lee. South 
Milwaukee, Wis., assignors to E. I. du Pont de Nemours 
& Company, Wilmington, Del. Compounds of the anthra- 
quinone series and preparing them. 2,063,028 ; Dec. 8. 

Buxton, Warner R.. Longmcadow, Mass. Flexible pocket 
receptacle. 2,030.496 : Feb. 11. 

Buxton, Warner B., Longmeadow, Mass. Portfolio. 
2,05.3,695 : Sept. 8. 

Buysch, Heinrich. (See Krantz, H., and Buyscli, assign- 
ors.) 

Byars, Loaan C, Los Angeles. Calif. Combined tire in- 
flater and pressure gauge. 2,047,405 ; July 14. 

Byck, Lawrence C., Elizabeth, N. J., assignor to Bakelite 
Corporation, New York, N. Y. Molding mixtures and 
their manufacture. 2,044.969 ; June 23. 

Bye, Charles E., Kansas City, Kans. Ore concentrator. 
2,034,225; Mar. 17. 

Byerlein, Arthur A., Detroit, Mich, Toilet' bowl. 
2,049.534 ; Aug. 4. 

Byers, A. M., Company. (See Story, E. B., and Case, as- 
signors.) 

Byers. Edward R., Williams, Ariz. Shoe flexing device. 
2.048.837: July 28. 

Byers, Edwin H., Jefferson, Pa. Dispenser caps for con- 
tainers. 2.040.545 ; May 12. 

Byers, Frederick D,, Cullercoats, assignor of one-half to 
C. Crofton and Company (Engineers) Limited, New- 
castle-on-Tyne, England. Oscillatory gear. 2,039,679 ; 
May 5. 

Byers, Frederick D.. Cullercoats, assignor of one-half to 
C. Crofton and Company, (Engineers) Limited. Wall- 
send-on-Tyne, England. Percussive tool. 2,039,680 ; 
May 5. 

Byers, Horace G. (See Scott, W., and Byers.) 

Byers, John M., Flint, Mich. Composition for absorbing 
vibration and sound. 2.047.576 : .Tuly 14. 

Byers, William B., Kansas City, Mo. Treating vermic- 
ulites. 2,030,239 ; Feb. 11. 

Bvford, George E. (See Rapisarda. Edward D., assignor.) 

Bvington, James A., Orlando, Fla. Hand truck. 2,062,498 ; 
Dec. 1. 

Byler, Albert E., Los Angeles, Calif. Thermostatic con- 
trol system. 2.034.894 ; Mar. 24. 

Bvrd, Don, Franklin, W. Va. Mechanical ballot. 
2,065,425 ; Dec. 22. 



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Byrd, Ruddell J., Waxahacbie, Tex. Humidifier. 
2,047,767 ; July 14. 

Bvrne, Clarence O. (See Forbes, A. L., Jr., and Byrne.) 

Bvrne, Julius I., Detroit, Mich. Device for securing doors 
in closed position. 2,054,101 ; Sept. 15. 

Byrnes, Clarence P. (See James, Joseph H., assignor.) 

B.vrnes, Clarence P., trustee. (See James, Joseph H.. 
assignor.) 

Byrnes, Thomas J., Omaha, Nebr. Trolley rivet. 
2,038,824 ; Apr. 28. 

Byrom, John K. (See Taylor, R., and Byrom.) 

Byron-Jacksou Co. (See Chesnut, J. D., and Hertel, as- 
signors.) 

Byron Jackson Co. (Soe For\\'ard. Walter L.. assignor.) 

Byron Jackson Co. (See Grau, H. E., and Lundeen, as- 
signors.) 

Byron Jackson Co. (See Grau, H. E., Lundeen, and Mul- 
linix, assignors.) 

Byron Jackson Co. (See Hollander, Aladar, assignor.) 

Ityron-Jiickson. (See Lundeen, Chester A., assignor.) 

Bysshe, Ernest T. (See Beaidsley, R. 0., Bysshe, and 
Finn.) 

Bystricky, Joseph. (See Thomas. G. F., and Bystricky.) 

Bystricky, Joseph, assignor to Stewart-Warner Corpora- 
tion, Chicago, 111. Lubricating apparatus. 2,056,249 ; 
Oct. 6. 

Bystricky, Joseph, assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Stewart-Warner Corporation, Chicago, 111. Fluid pres- 
sure motor. 2,057,364; Oct. 13. 

Bystricky, Joseph, and W. Schmid, assignor to Stewart- 
Warner Corporation, Chicago, 111. Control valve. 
2,056,250; Oct. 6. 

Bywater, Richard R., St. Louis, Mo. Traffic ramp. 
2,051,678 : Aug. 18. 

Bywater, Wilfred M.. Weehawken, N. J., assignor to The 
Barrett Company, New York, N. T. Distillation of tar. 
2,044,764; June 23. 

C. & G. Manufacturing Company. (See Goetz, Wilhelm, 
assignor.) 

C and G Oil Company et al. (See McHenry, Karmon L., 
assignor.) 

C M C Corporation. (See Moreno. Gabriel G.. assignor.') 

C-O-Two Fire Equipment Company. (See Allen, Frank 
B. and S. E., assignors.) 

C-O-Two Fire Equipment Company. (See Allen, Scott E., 
assignor.) 

C-O-Two Fire Equipment Company. (See Allen, S. E., 
and Wiswell. assignors.) 

C-S Engineering Company. (See Schellens, C. A., and 
Emery, assignors.) 

Cabana, Louis, assignor to Liquid Veneer Corporation 
Buffalo, N. Y. Wax applicator. 2,062,049 ; Nov. 24. 

Cabaniss, Jelks H., executor et al. (See McWane, James 
R.) 

Cable, Herbert W., Lakewood, Ohio, and J. E. Nason, Erie, 
Pa., assignors, by mesne assignments, to The Estate 
Stove Company, Hamilton, Ohio. Adjustable broiler. 
2,048,102 ; July 21. 

Caole and Wireless Limited. (See Higgitt, Harry V., as- 
signor. ) 

Cabot, Godfrey L., Inc. (See Billings, E., and Offutt, 
assignors.) 

Caccamise, Charles J., Rome, N. Y. Safetypin. 
2,057,006 ; Oct. 13. 

Caccla, Alan C, Philadelphia, Pa. Illuminated sign. 
2,058,058; Oct. 20. 

Caccia, Walter, White Plains, assignor to J. H. Unlandhprm, 
New York, N. Y. Constructing subways. 2,059,774 ; 
Nov. 3. 

Cacioppo, Charles, Forest Hills, N. Y. Milk treating 
apparatus. 2.050,158 ; Aug. 4. 

Cadaco, Ltd. (See Wiener, Martin L., assignor.) 

Cadieux, Joseph O., assignor to Connecticut Telephone & 
Electric Corporation, Meriden, Conn. Ground light. 
2.038,506: Apr. 21. 

Cadieux, Joseph O., assignor to Connecticut Telephone 
& Electric Corporation, Meriden, Conn. Electric light- 
ing apparatus. 2,043,793 ; June 9. 

Cadman, Hubert W., Eltham, assignor of one-half to Sovex 
Limited, London, England. Sorting and collating ap- 
paratus. 2,046,935 ; July 7. 

Cadman, Norman G., King's Cross, London, England, as- 
signor to The Westinghouse Air Brake Company, Wil- 
merding. Pa. Quick release valve. 2.038,162 ; Apr. 21. 

Cadmus. Oscar P.. Bayside, N. Y. Window fastener. 
2 029,016; Jan. 28. 

Cadoret. J. R., et al. (See Mueller, Frank, assignor.) 

Cadorette. Henry. (See Allievi, J., and Cadorette.) 

Cadwallader, Edgar M. (See Thomas, E. A., and Cad- 
wallnder.) 

Cady, George H., assignor to United States Finishing Com- 
panv. Providence. R. I. Jig for treating material. 
2.028 436 : Jan. 21. 

Cady, Hamilton P. (See Goodwin, P., White, and Cady.) 

Cady, John E., Indianapolis, Ind.. assignor to United 
States Rubber Products, Inc., New York, N. Y. Print- 
ing apparatus. 2.nR1.893 ; Nov. 24. 
Cady. Walter G., Middletown, Conn., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Frequency control system. 
2.0R4.289 ; Dec. 15. 
Cady. Walter H.. Log Angeles, Calif., assignor, by mesne 
assiornments, to The Patent and Licensine Corporation, 
Boston, Mass. Prepared roofing. 2,048,597 ; July 21. 



Caestecker, Charles E., assignor to Accurate Spring Mfg. 
Company, Chicago, 111. Rebound device. 2,052,079 ; 
Aug. 25. 
Cage, Inc. (See Eliot, Samuel, assignor.) 
CJagnon, Charles. (See Reffelt, H., and Cagnon.) 
Cabin, Edward, New York, N. Y. Fire door. 2,038,523 ; 

Apr. 28. 
Cahill, Gerald, Chicago, 111. Nonrefillable bottle. 

2,057,134 ; Oct. 13. 
Cahn, Albert B. (See Cahn, Bernard, and A. B.) 
Cahn, Bernard, and A. B., San Diego, Calif. Garment 

hanger. 2.034,859 ; Mar. 24. 
Cahn, Charles, Baltimore, Md. Sample display device. 

2,035,532 ; Mar. 31. 
Cahn, Frank J., Chicago, 111. Citric acid manufacture. 

2,047,669 ; July 14. 
Cahn, Frank J., and A. K. Epstein, said Cahn assignor to 
said Epstein, M. C. Reynolds, and B. R. Harris, Chicago, 
111., doing business as Epstein, Reynolds, and Harris. 
Method of analysis. 2,065,114 ; Dec. 22. 
Cahn, Siegfried. (See Amann, M., and Cahn.) 
Gaboon, Nelson C., Fremont, Ohio, assignor to Union 
Carbide and Carbon Corporation. Dry ceil. 2,060,796 ; 
Nov. 17. 
Cailliau, Cyril. (See Sutfin, P. R., and Cailliau.) 
Cain, Bernard M. (See Thompson, L. W., and Cain.) 
Cain, John W., Chicago, 111. Motor driven window wiper. 

2,042,456 : June 2. 
Cain, William S., assignor of one-half to T. W. Carter, 
McCamey, Tex. Ganger's and pumper's gauge-tray. 
2,040.975 ; May 19. 
Cairncross, Robert L., Chicago, 111. Railroad track con- 
struction. 2,056,251 ; Oct. 6. 
Cairns, Ed\Yard, Montclair, N. J. Cabinet for collapsible 

tubes. 2,026,864 ; Jan, 7. 
Calse, Charles, Brooklyn, N. Y. Dishwashing machine. 

2,044,524 ; June 16, 
Calabrese, Frank, Brooklyn, N. Y. Shoe shaper. 

2,041,991 ; May 26. 
Calabrese, Rocco, Raritan, N. J. Adjustable heel clamp 

for shoemakers. 2.049,686 ; Aug. 4. 
Calafati, Salvator S., Jr., et al. (See Calafati, Salvator S., 

assignor.) 
Calafati, Salvator S., assignor of three-fourths to S. S. 
Calafati, Jr., and one-fourth to J, M. Cole, New York, 
N. Y. Roof construction. 2,026,608 ; Jan. 7. 
Calahan, William W. (See Neats, C. P., and Calahan.) 
Calaluca, Leonardo. (See Spine, C. R.. and Calaluca.) 
Calame, Charles H. (See Rehder. H. E.. and Clalame.) 
Calame. Gordon J., assignor to Micro-Westco, Incorporated, 
Bettendorf, Iowa. Guide for blade frames of slicing 
machines. 2,062.862 ; Dec. 1. 
Calamita, Joseph, Roosevelt, N. Y. Radio coil construc- 
tion. 2,055,247 ; Sept. 22. 
Calarco, Albert. (See Ricci. Massino, assignor.) 
Calarco, Carmine L., New York, and G. Leofanti, Staten 
Island, N. Y. Brake control apparatus. 2,038,883 ; 
Apr. 28. 
Calatroni, Edison. Paris, Prance. Door constituting a re 
movable and changeable refrigerating unit for refriger- 
ating plants. 2,028,046 ; Jan. 14. 
Calco Chemical Company, The. (See Battegay, Martin, 

assignor.) 
Calco Chemical Company, The. (See Beardsley, Ailing P., 

assignor.) 
Calco Chemical Company. (See Crossley, M. L., and 

Shafer, assignors.) 
Calco Chemical Co., Inc., The. (See Johnson, Edward S 

assignor.) 
Calco Chemical Co. Inc., The. (See Klipstein, K. H., and 

Ticknor, assignors.) 
Calco Chemical Company, The. (See Munro, W. P., and 

Lecher, assignors.) 
Calcott, William S., and A. P. Benning, Pennsgrove, N. J., 
assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wil- 
mington, Del. Process and apparatus. 2,034,458 ; Mar. 
17. 
Calcott, William S., Penns Grove, N. J., and R. G. Clark- 
son, assignors to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, 
Wilmington, Del. Quaternary ammonium compounds 
and the production thereof. 2,060.850; Nov. 17. 
Calcott, William S., Woodstown, N. J., and R. G. Clark- 
son, assignors to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, 
Wilmington, Del. Chemical compounds. 2,060,851 ; 
Nov. 17. 
Calcott, William S., Penns Grove, Ira Williams, Woods- 
town, N. J., and B. Dales, Wilmington, assignors to 
E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, 
Del. Colloidal sulphur. 2,064,728 ; Dee. 15. 
Calcott, William S., Pennsgrove, N. J., and H. H. Rey- 
nolds, assignors to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, 
Wilmington, Del. Molding compositions. 2,034,895 ; 
Mar. 24. 
Calcott, William S., and W. A. Douglass, Pennsgrove, 
N. J., assignors to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, 
Wilmington, Del. Catalysts for oxidation reactions 
and preparing the same. 2,034.896 ; Mar. 24. 
Calcott, William S., Pennsgrove, N. J., H. A. Lubs, Wil- 
mington, Del., and G. Barnh.Trt, Woodbury, N. J., as- 
signors to B. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wil- 
mington. Del. Flaked sulphur dyes. 2.037,005 ; Apr. 14. 
Calcott, William S., and W. A. Douglass, Pennsgrove, N. J., 
assignors to B. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, 
Wilmington, Del. Compounding rubber. 2,044,059 ; 
June 16. 



110 



INDEX OF PATENTS, 1936 



Calcott, William S., Pennsgrove, N. J., W. H. Tisdale, and 
A. L. Flenner, assignors to E. I. du Pont de Nemours 
& Company, Wilmington, Del. Insecticidal spray ma- 
terials. 2,044,934 ; June 23. 

Calcott, William S. and L. S. Bake, Penns Grove, N. J., 
assignors to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, 
Wilmington, Del. Making arylamines. 2,062,349 ; 
Dec. 1. 

Calcott, William S., Woodstown, and R. C. McHarness, 
Carneys Point, N. J., assignors to E. I. du Pont de 
Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Lubricant. 
2,066,173 ; Dec. 29. 

Calcutt, Eeginald B., Chicago, 111. Weatber strip. 
2,032,683 ; Mar. 3. 

Calcutt, Reginald B., Chicago, 111. Weather strip. 
2,035,862 ; Mar. 31. 

Calcyanide Products Corporation. (See Hinds, William W., 
assignor.) 

Caldararo, Alfredo G. (See Echave, I. F., and Caldararo.) 

Calderio, Edward, Garfield, N. J. Pocket cigarette making 
machine. 2.028.897 ; Jan. 28. 

Calderwood, Allan H.. Martinez, assignor to Shell Develop- 
ment Company, San Francisco, Calif. Blending of 
mineral oils and residues. 2,048,371 ; July 21. 

Caldwell, Albert E., Galesburg, assignor of one-half to G. D. 
Ladd, Oak Park, lU. Swivel electrical connecter. 
2,055,999 ; Sept. 29. 

Caldwell, Charles A., Dallas, Tex. Swivel nut lock. 
2,048,424 ; July 21. 

Caldwell, Clarence H.. Oak Park, III. Window cleaning 
device. 2,028,738 ; Jan. 28. 

Caldwell, Frank W., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor, by mesne 
assignments to United Aircraft Corporation. Adjustable 
pitch propeller. 2,032,254 ; Feb. 25. 

Caldwell, Frank W., West Hartford, Conn., assignor, by 
mesne assignments to United Aircraft Corporation. 
Propi-ller. 2,032,255 ; Feb. 25. 

Caldwell, Frank W., West Hartford, Conn., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to United Aircraft Corporation. 
Propeller manufacture. 2,039,211 ; Apr. 28. 

Caldwell, Frank W., West Hartford, and E. Martin, Hart- 
ford, Conn., assignors to United Aircraft Corporation. 
Propeller control mechanism. 2,026,814 ; Jan. 7. 

Caldwell, John W., Chicago, 111. Auger bit. 2,035,298; 
Mar. 24. 

Caldwell, Paul. (See Elmslie, W. P., and Caldwell.) 

Caldwell, Samuel P., Hamden, assignor to The Engineer- 
ing and Research Corporation, New Haven, Conn. Cir- 
cuit closer. 2,040.919 ; May 19. 

Caldwell, William H., Ballston Lake, N. Y. Turbine. 
2,036,018; Mar. 31. 

Caldwell, William J., Brierfield, England. Meat holder and 
slicer. 2,033,815 ; Mar. 10. 

Caldwell, William J., Bronxville, N. Y., assignor to J. H. 
McCormick & Co., Williamsport, Pa. Method and sys- 
tem for high velocity air control. 2,053,391 ; Sept. 8. 

Cale, Richard C, Terra Alta, W. Va. Signaling device for 
automobiles. 2,052,080 ; Aug. 25. 

Cale, Robert G., and F. W. Fisher, Detroit, Mich. Ironing 
board cover. 2,053.128 ; Sept. 1. 

Calem, Bernard, and W. Stable, Bronx, N. Y. Handbag. 
2,044,874 ; June 23. 

Calhoun, John C, West Quincy, assignor to United-Carr 
Fastener Corporation, Cambridge, Mass. Snap fastener 
installation and fastener for the same. 2,065,325 ; Dec. 
22. 

Calibron Products, Incorporated. (See Edison, Theodore 

M., assignor.) 
Calico Printers' Association Limited, The. (See Gilbert- 
son, Isaac H., assignor.) 
Calico Printers' Association Limited, The. (See Lantz, 

L. A., and Morrison, assignors.) 
California Consumers Corporation. (See Meinzer, Gott- 

hold H., assignor.) 
California Fruit Growers Exchange. (See Baier, Willard 

E., assignor.) 
California Fruit Growers Exchange. (See Joseph, Glenn 

H., assignor.) 
California Fruit Growers Exchange. (See Lund, Albert 

A., assignor.) 
California Fruit Growers Exchange. (See Nelson, Arthur 

B., assignor.) 
California Fi-uit Growers Exchange. (See Thompson, D. 

R., and Joseph, assignors.) 
California Orchard Heater Company. (See Harmon, 

Wayne A. S.. assignor.) 
California Orchard Heater Company, et al. (See Mahl- 

stedt, John F., assignor.) 
California Packing Corporation. (See Ash, C. S., and 

Berglund, assignors.) 
California Packing Corporation. (See Robinson, R. D., and 

Noland, assignors.) 
California Packing Corporation. (See Sanborn, Ralph E., 

assignor.) 

California Portland Cement Company. (See Dahl, L. A., 

and Hanna, assignors.) 
California Prune and Apricot Growers Association. (See 

Pape, Clifford B., assizor.) 
California Prune & Apricot Growers Association. (See 

Randall, F. A., and Cantoni. assignors.) 
California Spray-Chemical Corporation. (See Parker, 

William B., assignor.) 
California Spray-Chemical Corporation. (See Sessions, 

Alwyn C, assignor.) 



California Spray-Chemical Corporation. (See Volck, Wil- 
liam H., assignor.) 

Calise, Bruno G., Paris, France. Regenerative treatment 
of rubber. 2,046,499 : July 7. 

Calkins, Raymond M., Deerfield, and J. W. Swank, Chi- 
cago, 111. Building construction. 2,039,293 ; May 5. 

Calkins, Raymond M., Deerfield, and J. W. Swank, Chi- 
cago, 111. Building construction. 2,062,160 ; Nov. 24. 

Callaghan, George H., et al. (See Fricker, Carl J., as- 
signor.) 

Callahan, George P., Jr., Mount Lebanon, Pa. Internal 

combustion motor. 2,049,248 ; July 28. 

Callahan, James P. (See Woodward, Emmett E., as- 
signor. ) 

Callahan, James P., San Francisco, Calif. Side windshield. 
2,039,212 ; Apr. 28. 

Callahan, James P., San Francisco, Calif. Side wing 
construction. 2,051,365 ; Aug. 18. 

Callahan, James T., AUston, assignor to W. B. Bowser, 
Newton Highlands, Mass. Electric cooking device. 
2,057,878; Oct. 20. 

Callahan, John J., Peabody, Mass., assignor to The Turn- 
er Tanning Machinery Company, Portland, Maine. 
Manufacture of velvet leathers. 2,054,069 ; Sept. 15. 

Callahan, John L., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to Radio Cor- 
poration of America. Signaling. 2,056.000 ; Sept. 29. 

Callan, Earl. (See Cranon, Israel C, assignor.) 

Callaway, Hal, Hollywood, Calif. Metal flashing. 
2,062,050 ; Nov. 24. 

Callaway, John L., Sr. (See Burke, James P., assignor.) 

Callender's Cable and Construction Company Limited. 
(See Hunter, P. V., Brazier, and Hill, assignors.) 

Callender's Cable and Construction Company Limited. 
(See Hunter, P. V., Watson, and Brazier, assignors.) 

Calleson, Amos and E. A., Merrick, N. Y. Sheet feeding 
and ejecting means. 2,058,000 ; Oct. 20. 

Calleson, Edgar A. (See Calleson, Amos and E. A.) 

Callier, Andre, Gand, and F. Heger. Brussels, Belgium. 
Motion picture projector. 2,027,675 ; Jan. 14. 

Callis, Conral C. (See Derr, R. B., and Callis.) 

Callis, Conral C, and R. B. Derr, Oakmont, assignors to 
Aluminum Company of America, Pittsburgh, Pa. Flux- 
ing composition. 2,052,278 ; Aug. 25. 

Callison, Abner P., New York, and H. B. Whipple, Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. Car mover. 2,057,230 ; Oct. 13. 

Gallon, Pierre. (See Vin, Rene J. E. C, assignor.) 

Callow, John M., assignor to British-Geco Engineering 
Company, Limited, London, England. Settling tank. 
2,062,988; Dec. 1. 

Calloy Limited. (See Kirsebom, Gustaf N., assignor.) 

Callsen, Albert, assignor to Robert Bosch Aktiengesell- 
schaft, Stuttgart, Germany. Starting device for inter- 
nal combustion engines. 2,052,127 "Aug. 25. 

Callsen, Albert, assignor to Robert JBosch Aktiengesell- 
sehaft, Stuttgart, Germany. Starting device for inter- 
nal combustion engines. 2,052,128 ; Aug. 25. 

Callsen, Albert, and A. Schmid, assignors to Robert Bosch 
Aktiengesellschaft, Stuttgart, Germany. Electric 
starter. 2,041,225; May 19. 

Calmes, Eugene M., Paris, France. Peed mechanism for 
separating coupons, tickets, or the like. 2,036,919 ; 
Apr. 7. 

Calogero, Elia, Brooklyn, N. Y. Safety razor. 2,036,116 ; 
Blar. 31. 

Calsmer. Walter H. (See Clements, A. D., and Calsmer.) 

Calsow, Georg, assignor to the firm Carl Zeiss, Jena, Ger- 
many. Photoelectric cell. 2,036,457 ; Apr. 7. 

Calver, (}eorge W., U. S. Navy. Constant intensity illumi- 
nation system. 2,030,854 ; Feb. 18 

Calvert, Francis V., Lakewood, Ohio, assignor to General 
Electric Company. Electrical connector unit for metal 
clad switch gears. 2,047,000 ; July 7. 

Calvert, John P., Irwin, assignor to Westinghouse Elec- 
tric & Manufacturing Company, East Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Dynamo-electric machine. 2.042,208 ; May 26. 

Calvert, John P., Irwin, assignor to Westinghouse Electric 
& Manufacturing Company. East Pittsburgh, Pa. Dyna- 
mo-electric machine. 2,053,422 ; Sept. 8. 

Calvert, John F., Irwin, assignor to Westinghouse Elec- 
tric & Manufacturing Company, East Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Diminishing corona and insulation heating at the ends 
of slots. 2,061,502 ; Nov. 17. 

Calvert, John P., Irwin, assignor to Westinghouse Elec- 
tric & Manufacturing Company, East Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Diminishing corona and insulation heating at the ends 
of slots. 2,061,503 ; Nov. 17. 

Calvert, William C, and H. I. Cramer, Cuyahoga Palls, 
Ohio, assignors to Wingfoot Corporation, Wilmington, 
Del. Vulcanization of rubber 2.028,086 ; Jan. 14. 

Calvert, William C, Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, assignor to 
Wingfoot Corporation, Wilmington, Del. Printer's 
blanket. 2,064,780 ; Dec. 15. 

Calvin, Irl B., Akron, Ohio. Shoe. 2,063,227 ; Dec. 8. 

Cambiasso, Anibal A., Buenos Aires, Argentina. Auto- 
matic buttering machine for bread. 2,042,386; May 
26. 

Cambridge Instrument Company, The. (See Hutton, tJl- 
rlc 0., assignor.) 

Cambridge Rubber Company. (See Dunbar, Ernest W., 
assignor.) 

Cambridge Trust Company, executor. (See Ames, M. H., 
and Troland.) 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



111 



Compound aijplying machine. 
(See Spitler, H. R., and Cameron, 



Cambron, Adricn, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to E. I. du Pont de Nemours and 
Company. Making mercapto-thiazole compounds. 
2,037,878 ; Apr. 21. 

Cambron, Adrien, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Protection 
of heat resistant alloys against carburization. 2,056,386 ; 
Oct. 6. 

Cambron, Adrien, and C. H. Bayley, Ottawa, Ontario, 
Canada. Vapor phase craclsing of hydrocarbons. 
2,057,007 ; Oct. 13. 

Cameo Scale Corporation. (See Hochriem, Gustav F., as 
signer.) 

Camel P(Ui Company. (See Kingman, Russell B., assignor. 1 

Cameron, Alexander S. (See Spitler, H. R., and Cameron.) 

Cameron Can Machinery Co. (See Cameron, William, as- 
signor.) 

Cameron, Donald R. (See Hale, G. C. and Cameron.) 

Cameron. Earle H., Caldwell, N. J., assignor to The 
Celastic Corporation, Wilmington, Del. Stiffening ma- 
terial. 2.027,957 ; Jan. 14. 

Cameron, Ewen, Spean Bridge, Scotland. Polyphase alter- 
nating current rectifying system. 2.048.245 ; July 21. 

Cameron, James A., Brooklyn, N. Y., and R. M. John- 
stone, Short Hills, N. J., assignors to Cameron Machine 
Company, Brooklyn. N. Y. Speed controlling and brak- 
ing means. 2,040,464 ; May 12. 

Cameron Machine Company. (See Cameron, J. A,, and 
Johnstone, assignoTS.) 

Cameron Machine Company. (See Johnstone, Robert McC, 
assignor.) 

Cameron Metal Tape Company. (See Cameron, William P., 
assignor.) 

Cameron, William, assignor to Cameron Can Machinery 
Co., Chicago, 111. 
2,062.863 : Dec. 1. 

Cameron, William J. 
assignor.) 

Cameron, William P., assignor to Cameron Metal Tape 
Company, Inc., Philadelphia. Pa. Articulated metal tape 
for Venetian Winds. 2,037,703 ; Apr. 21. 

Cameron, William P., assignor to Cameron Metal Tape 
Company, Inc., Philadelphia, Pa. Venetian blind. 
2,061,548 ; Nov. 24. 

Camerota, Louis A., Burlington, assignor to Florence Pipe 
Foundry & Machine Company, Florence, N. J. Tilting 
ladle. '2,042,037 ; May 26. 

Camerota, Louis A., Burlington, assignor to Florence Pipe 
Foundry & Machine Company, Florence, N. J. Centrifu- 
gal casting machine. 2,043,956 ; June 9. 

Camfield, William H., Newark, N. J., assignor to Magazine 
Repeating Razor Company, New York, N. T. Razor. 
2,050,244 ; Aug. 11. 

Caminez, Harold, and N. H. Gilman, Indianapolis, Ind., 
assignor to General Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich, 
Cooling system. 2,054,926 ; Sept. 22. 

Cammen, Leon, New York. N. Y. Determining the lu- 
bricating qualities of liquids. 2.037.3R5 : Apr. 14. 

Cammen. Leon. New York, N. Y. Testing lubricants. 
2,041,525 ; May 19, 

Cammen, Leon, assignor to P. Dayis, New York, N. Y. 
Apparatus for making foraminous elements. 2,047,001 ; 
July 7. 

Camp, Arthur P., Gainesville, Fla. Nonbumping heater 
for distillations and evaporations. 2.033,323 : Mar. 10. 

Camp, Curtis B., Glencoe, III. Food product. 2,061,184 ; 
Nov. 17. 

Camp, Eugene V., Atlanta, Ga. Post. 2.0.34,709 ; Mar. 24. 

Camp, Eugene V., Atlanta, Ga. Staying device for road 
guards. 2,049,352 ; July 28. 

Camp, S. H., & Company. (See Camp, Samuel H., as- 
signor.) 

Camp, S. H., & Company. (See Le May, Ariel M., as- 
signor.) 

Camp, Samuel H., assignor to S. H. Camp & Company. 
Jackson, Mich. Adjustment buckle structure. 2,053,600 : 
Sept. 8. 

Camp, Thomas R., Newton, assignor to Norton Company, 
Worcester, Mass. Water filtration apparatus. 
2,043,734 ; Jnne 9. 

Campagna, Armino A., et al. (See Primavera, Vincent 
A. R., assignor.) 

Campagna, Ferdinand, and J. C. Rivet, Montreal. Quebec, 
Canada. Coin controlled time switch mechanism. 
2,034,744; Mar. 24. 

Campagna, Michael A., et al. (See Primavera, Vincent 
A. R.. assignor. 1 

Campanula, Vito, New York, N. Y. Carburetor. 2,029.853 ; 
Feb. 4. 

Campbell, Alexina, executrix. (See Campbell, Ben J.) 

Campbell. Allen, Charlevoix, Mich. Artificial bait. 
2,054,407; Sept. 15. 

Campbell, Argyle, assignor to Enterprise Railway Equip- 
ment Company, Chicago, 111. Car door locking means. 
2,0.30.240 : Feb. 11. 

Campbell, Arthur B., assignor to Seth Thomas Clock Com- 
pany, Thomaston. Conn. Striking and chime clock, 
2.054,765 ; Sept. 15, 

Campbell, Arthur B,. and C. P. Beyer, Fort Wayne, Ind., 
assignors to General Electric Company. Signaling sys- 
tem and circuit controller for use therein. 2.050,039 ; 
Aug. 4. 

Campbell, Arthur T.. Seattle, Wash., assignor to Acme 
Steel Company, Chicago, 111. Baling paper pulp. 
2,037,211 ; Apr. 14. 



Campbell, Arthur W., Stow, Ohio, assignor to The B. F. 

Goodrich Company, New York, N. Y. Preparation of 

aliphatic amines. 2,034,427 ; Mar. 17. 
Campbell, Ben J., deceased, Hoboken, N. J., by A. Campbell, 

executrix, assignor to Keuffel & Esser Co., Hoboken, 

N. J. Distance finder. 2,032,867 ; War. 3. 
Campbell, Betty, New York, N. Y. Doll and costume. 

2,028,120 ; Jan. 14. 
Campbell-Buchiman Corporation. (Sec Campbell, Leon J., 

assignor.) 
Campbell, Charles A., Watertown, N. Y., assignor to The 

New York Air Brake Company. Air brake. 2,027,468 ; 

Jan. 14. 
Campbell, Charles A.. Watertown, N. Y., assignor to 

The New York Air Brake Company. Air brake. 

2,032,002 ; Feb. 25. 
Campbell, Charles A., Watertown, 

New York Air Brake Company. 

Mar. 10. 
Campbell, Charles A., Watertown 

New York Air Brake Company. 

Mar. 10. 
Campbell, Charles A., Watertown, 

New York Air Brake Company. 

Mar. 17. 
Campbell, Charles A., Watertown, N 



N. Y., assignor to The 
Air brake. 2,033,229 ; 

N. Y., assignor to The 
Air brake. 2,033.230 ; 

N. Y., assignor to The 
Air brake. 2,034,328 ; 



Company. 



assignor to The 
Sander valve. 



Y., assignor to The 
Wasp excluder for air 

N. Y., assignor to The 
Air brake. 2,050,783 ; 

N. Y., assignor to The 
Air brake. 2,051,326 ; 

N. Y., assignor to The 
Fluid pressure brake. 



N. Y., assignor to The 
Fluid pressure brake. 



New York Air Brake 

2,035,533 : Mar. 31. 
Campbell, Charles A., Watertown, N. Y., assignor to The 

New York Air Brake Company. Air brake. 2,037,117 ; 

Apr. 14. 
Campbell, Charles A., Watertown, N. Y., assignor to The 

New York Air Brake Company. Electropneumatic brake. 

2,040.976: Miiy 19. 
Campbell, Charles A.. Watertown. N. 

New York Air Brake Company. 

brakes. 2,046.058 ; June 30. 
Campbell, Charles A., Watertown, 

New York Air Brake Company. 

Aug. 11. 
Campbell, Charles A., Watertown, 

New York Air Brake Company. 

Aug. 18. 
Campbell. Charles A.. Watertown, 

New York Air Brake Company. 

2,053,461 ; Sept. 8. 
Campbell, Charles A., Watertown, N. Y.. assignor to The 

New York Air Brake Company. Air brake. 2,055,966 ; 

Sept. 29. 
Campbell. Charles A.. Watertown, N. Y., assignor to The 

New York Air Brake Company. Air brake. 2,055,967 ; 

Sept. 29. 
Campbell, Charles A., Watertown, 

New York Air Brake Company. 

2,060,028 ; Nov. 10. 
Campbell, Charles A., Watertown, N. Y., assignor to The 

New York Air Braise Company. Air brake. 2,002,207 : 

Nov. 24. 
Campbell, Charles A., Watertown, N. Y.. and P. Dodse. 

Chevy Chase, Md., assignors to The New York Air 

Brake Company. Air brake. 2,027,469 ; Jan. 14. 
Campbell. Clarence L., Bourbonnais, 111. Weeder, 

2,039.702 ; May 5. 
Campbell Company. (See Campbell, Richard C, assignor.) 
(Campbell, Curtis Q. M., Pittsburgh, Pa. Preparation 

of sols for clarifying liquids. 2,951,983: Aug. 25. 
Campbell, Daniel. (See Dean, John, assignor.) 
Campbell, Donald J., assignor to Campbell, Wyant & 

Cannon Foundry Company, Muskegon Heights, Mich. 

Making brake drums. 2,035,142 ; Mar. 24. 
Campbell, Donald J., Spring Lake Township, Ottawa 

County, and C. W. Dake, Grand Haven, assignors to 

Campbell. Wyant & Cannon Foundry Company, Mus- 
kegon Heights, Mich. Cam hardening machine. 

2.064.820; Dec. 22. 
Campbell, Donald J.. Spring Lake, assignor to Campbell, 

Wyant and Cannon Foundry Company, Muskegon 

Heights, Mich. Internal combustion engine piston. 

2.041.113 : May 19. 
Campbell, Donald J., Spring Lake Township. Ottawa 

County, Mich., assignor to Campbell, Wyant & Cannon 

Foundry Company, Muskegon, Mich. Composite brake 

drum. 2.037,212 ; Apr. 14. 
Campbell, Donald J., Spring Lake Township, Ottowa 

County, assignor to Campbell, Wyant and Cannon 

Foundry Company, Norton Township, Mich. Piston. 

2,043.424 ; June 9. 
Campbell, Donald W. (See Lippincott. W. A., and Camp- 
bell.) 
Campbell, Edward, Detroit, assignor of one-fifth to S. T. 

Handy. Lansing, Mich. Vacuum cleaner. 2,052,129 ; 

Aug. 25. 
Campbell, Eugene G., Pittsburgh, Pa. Apparatus for 

treating or sampling substances. 2.030.682 : Feb. 11. 
Campbell. Forest S., Henryetta, Okla. Glass cutting de- 
vice. 2,064,243 ; Dec. 15. 
Campbell, Frank D., Cedar Rapids. Iowa, assignor to The 

Quaker Oats Company. Chicago, 111. Extrusion of cooked 

plastic material. 2,036.681 ; Apr. 7. 
Campbell. Frank G. (See Fortier, Francis R., assignor.) 
Campbell, George E., Chattanooga, Tenn. Duplex steam 

motor. 2.037.697 : Apr. 21. 
Campbell, George E., Chicago. 111. Terminal shield for 

electric storage batteries. 2.052.081 : Aug. 25. 
Campbell, George H. (See Durant, Lyndon A., assignor.) 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1936 



Campbell, Given, St. Louis, Mo. Air eonditioniug appa- 
ratus. 2,042,141 ; May 26. 

Campbell, Given, St. Louis, Mo. Air conditioning appa- 
ratus. 2,042,142 ; May 26. 

Campbell, Hairy E., assignor to Campbell Metal Window 
Corporation, Baltimore, Md. Operator for counterbal- 
anced windows. 2,059,436 ; Nov. 3. 

Campbell, Harry E., Baltimore, Md., and A. Sargent, 
Bronxville, assignors to Campbell Metal Window Cor- 
poration, New York, N. Y. Window ventilator. 
2,029,610 ; Feb. 4. 

Campbell, Hany E., Baltimore Md., assignor to Campbell 
Metal Window Corporation, New York, N. Y. Venti- 
lating and air treating apparatus. 2,059,086 ; Oct. 27. 

Campbell, Harry J., San Francisco, Calit. Knee exerciser. 
2,058,503; Oct. 27. 

Campbell, James, Darwen, England. Piston for internal 
combustion engines. 2,038,418 ; Apr. 21. 

Campbell, John, Glens Falls, assignor to International 
Paper Company, New York, N. Y. Making paper. 
2,062,442 ; Dec. 1. 

Campbell, John, and R. G. Quinn, Glens Falls, assignors 
to International Paper Company, New York, N. Y. Pro- 
ducing a cellulose product. 2,026,865 ; Jan. 7. 

Campbell, John, and R. G. Quinn, Glens Falls, assignors: 
to International Paper Company, New York, N. Y. 
Thermal insulator. 2,042,586 ; June 2. 

Cnmpbell, Jobn C, assignor to The Cincinnati Milling 
Machine Co., Cincinnati, Ohio. Automatic manual con- 
trol subordinator for tracer controlled machines. 
2,039,294- May 5. 

Campbell, John S., Everett, Wash. Lawn mower. 
2,032,650; Mar. 3. 

Campbell, John W., Los Angeles, Calif. Flexuously com- 
pacted conductors. 2,039,475 ; May 5. 

Campbell, Julian A., Long Beach, Calif. Liquid and gas 
contacting apparatus. 2,061,830 ; Nov. 24. 

Campbell, Layard, Bronxville, N. Y. Swimming instructor. 
2,033,275 ; Mar. 10. 

Campbell, Lee R., Hazel Park, Mich. Method and appa- 
ratus for manufacturing products by subjecting a ma- 
terial to relatively high temperatures. 2,029,307 ; Feb. 4. 

Campbell, Leon J., Buchanan, Mich., assignor to Campbell- 
Buchanan Corporation, Chicago, 111. Synchronizin;^ 
clutch. 2,042,168 ; May 26. 

Campbell, Lorn, Jr., Lakewood, Ohio. Making cutting 
blowpipe tips. 2 029,154 : .Tan. 28. 

Campbell Metal Window Corporation. (See Campbell, 
Harry E., assignoi.) 

Campbell Metal Window Corporation. (See Campbell, H. 
E., and Sargent, assignors.) 

Campbell Metal Window Corporation. (See Sargent, 
AUston, assignor.) 

Campbell Metal Window Corporation. (See Sargent, John 
A., assignor.) 

Campbell, Nicholas D., Hackensack, N. J. Valveless in- 
flatable article. 2,062,638 ; Dec. 1. 

Campbell, Oliver F., Whiting, Ind., assignor to Sinclair 
Refining Company, New York, N. Y. Combustion appa- 
ratus. 2,046,767 : .Inly 7. 

Campbell, Osmon B., St. Joseph, Mo. Method and ap- 
paratus for operating steam generators. 2,061,831 ; 
Nov. 24. 

Campbell, Richard C, Plalnfield, N. J., assignor to Camp- 
bell Company, New York, N. Y. Fused collar. 2,033,680 ; 
Mar. 10. 

Campbell, Richard C, Plainfleld, N. J., assignor to Camp- 
bell Company, New York, N. Y. Rolled front fused col- 
lar. 2,033,681 ; Mar. 10. 

Campbell, Roy E.. Claremont, N. H., assignor to Sullivan 
Machinery Company. Ratchet mechanism. 2,062,805 ; 
Dec. 1. 

Campbell, Samuel J., Green Bay, Wis. Manufacturing 
folded paper articles. 2,057,879 ; Oct. 20. 

Campbell, Stanley E, assignor to Germain Manufacturing 
Company, Saginaw, Mich. Fastener. 2,031,407 ; Feb. 
18. 

Campbell, Stanley T., assignor to The Aetna Rubber 
Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Vent plug for storage bat- 
teries. 2,061,649 ; Nov. 24. 

Campbell, Sterling H., and F. H. Pietzsch, assignors to 
Railway Devices Company, St. Louis, Mo. Brake beam 
safety support. 2,031,691 ; Feb. 25. 

Campbell, Sumner E., Long Beach, Calif. Refining oil. 
2,045,696 : June 30. 

Campbell, Thaddeus C, Rutherford, C. H. Wheeler, Mid- 
land Park, and H. W. Bowly, Summit, N. J., said 
Campbell and Wheeler assignors to Bell Telephone 
Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, and said Bowly 
assignor to Western Electric Company, Incorporated, 
New York, N. Y. Support for wires. 2,064,290 ; Dec. 
15. 

Campbell, Thomas R., Okmulgee, Okla. Pulley block. 
2,060,174 ; Nov. 10. 

Campbell, Vernon W., Nashua, N. H., assignor to C. F. 
Church Mfg. Co., Willim-insett, Mass. Hinge for toilet 
seats and covers. 2,060,852 ; Nov. 17. 

Campbell, Walter H., Osborn, Ohio. Electrical indicator 
and tachometer. 2,065,426; Dec. 22. 

Campbell, William J., Indianapolis, Ind., assignor to 
American SliclnG: Machine Company, Chicago, 111. Slic- 
ing machine. 2,030,196 : Feb. 11. 

Campbell. William J., Indianapols, Ind., assignor to Amer- 
ican Slicing Machine Company, Chicago, 111. Slicing 
machine. 2,030,197 ; Feb. 11. 



Campbell, William J., assignor to Climax Machinery Com- 
pany, Indianapolis, Ind. Smoking stand. 2,063,581 ; 

Dec. 8. 
Campbell Wyant and Cannes Foundry Company. (See 

Aske, Irving E., assignor.) 
Campbell, Wyant & Cannon Foundry Company. (See 

Campbell, Donald J., assignor.) 
Campbell, Wyant & Cannon Foundry Company. (See 

Campbell, D. J., and Dake, assignors.) 
Campbell, Wyant and Cannon Foundry Company. (See 

Dake, Charles W., assignor.) 
Campbell, Wyant & Cannon Foundry Company. (See Dako, 

C. W., and Johnson, assignors.) 
Campbell, Wyant & Cannon Foundry Company. (See 

Linabury, John E., assignor.) 
Campion, Edward J., Newark, N. J. Hair curler. 

2.046,672; July 7. 
Campos, Francisco, Croydon, assignor to Accounting Ma- 
chines Ltd., London, England. Calculating machine. 

2.035,590 ; Mar. 31. 
Campos, Francisco, Paris, France, assignor to Accounting 

Machines Ltd., London, England. Calculating machine. 

2,057,606; Oct. 13. 
Canips, Juan 1'., Sabadell, Spain. Feeler device for looms. 

2.030,497 ; Feb. 11. 
Camps, Juan P., Sabadell, Spain. Automatic weft re- 
plenishing (device. 2 044,206 ; June 16. 
Campos, Louis H., New York, N. Y. Book holder. 

2,062,553 ; Dec. 1. 
Campus, Cesare C, Santa Monica, Calif